Oh, mount! One of many favorite cosmetic items for World of Warcraft players. The game tradition is to add as many new mounts as possible with each update, so Shadowlands has a whopping 84 new mounts! Of course, not everything can be put here, so narrow down to the best Shadowlands mounts with the most universal appeal.
Shimmer mist runner
First and foremost, it’s a classic choice, if not safe, or because there are no better words. Vanilla: Shimmer mist runner. A bluish white unicorn with long purple bell-bottom-like fur near the hooves and a blue mane.
To get this mount, you need to solve the Mistveil Tangle puzzle. Also, it’s not one of the Shadowlands class mounts, so don’t worry about not being able to ride as an Orc Warrior.
Rock-A-Bye Wild Seed Cradle
They say imitation is the greatest form of flattery. If so, some say Shadowlands pleased many other MMOs. Whether it’s true or not (and it’s not correct to simply assume it is), the new mount from Ardenwald, the Wildseed Cradle, of the other mounts we’ve seen before. It cannot be denied that it is not something like that.
As the name implies, the mount is very reminiscent of seeds with wing-like structures such as maple and kauri, and can be safely floated on the ground. However, the center is shaped like a soft cushion for toddlers, and the bottom has a gorgeous wooden mesh.
The mount looks and floats about a foot off the ground, making it a fairly elegant and airy mount, perfect for sophisticated hobbyists.
Blancy: Good but secretly bad, and now dead
Blancy is a humorous horse character from Vanilla Days in the game. Many players know her as Old Blancy, Good, Reliable, and Adorable Steed. Fortunately, thanks to the Burning Crusade extended time travel plot, you can see her young self.
Unfortunately, she was murdered by a thug in cataclysm. Thankfully, but we’ll see her again in Shadowlands, so we haven’t seen her last. She doesn’t look like the good old Blancie we knew before. Or perhaps we made a mistake because she was punished with Rivendress and became a sinner for committing an evil we didn’t know about.
Whether it’s Old Blancy, Young Blancy or Dead Blancy, it’s okay because she’s still Blancy and we love her as well. In addition, she now looks like a cool but scary red spectrum horse. Seriously, you can’t tell us that her wonderful new look doesn’t suit her, and that you don’t want to ride her.
Watch out for creepers in the hallway
Perhaps you tend to be colder, more metallic, more dog-like, extra-worldly, or rather non-worldly, and have a real physical presence? In that case, the corridor creeper is the best choice.
You will get a mount of this beast when you complete Twisting Corridors Layer 8 in Torghast. Rune Carber, a forgery of well-known undead relics such as Frost Morne and Helm of Domination, has been taken prisoner, making it a pretty good place to get a close friend of this dead man. So if you’re wondering why this dog has a pretty recognizable aesthetic, you have your answer.
Here comes the champion: the soul eater of the sinful gladiator
World of Warcraft has a fairly long tradition of locking great mounts as a PVP reward as a way to encourage players to join game modes, and the WoW Shadowlands mount tradition isn’t nearing its end. Blizzard not only added a new cool PVP mount, but also probably one of the best looking mounts in the history of the game, Sinful Gladiator’s Soul Eater.
The mount looks like a completely terrible black dragon, with curved horns swept forward and red eyes on the skull’s face, bracers on the front legs, and black smoke forming wings. By riding this flying mount, not only because of its amazing but horrifying look, but also because they know they’ve piled up so many PVP kills to get you, of everyone who sees you Command awe and fear in your heart. It.
There are many other mounts you’ll find when traveling in Shadowland, but these are one of the most popular mounts for a very good reason. So which of them do you get? And if you’re not planning to make any of them yours, which new arrivals are you planning to ride in the fight? Tell us all about it in the comments section!