World of Warcraft shows off the new mounts and pets of Rise of Azshara

    
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Going nowhere, going nowhere.

Yes, we still do not have an actual date for World of Warcraft’s next major content update, so if you’re waiting for Rise of Azshara you’re just going to have to keep waiting. But if you haven’t been waiting for it and need some new shiny things to draw you in, perhaps you’ll be interested in the latest official post running down all of the collection items players can pick up along the way. Pets, mounts, and cosmetic outfits, those are the things players really want.

And yes, all three are on display, sorted by source but without prices or unlock requirements listed, so you may know that one of the new mounts is dropped by a rare creature but not which creature or how you can spawn said creature. Still, it’s a nice big cluster of new mounts, new pets, and new cosmetic options for expressing yourself. What more could you want? Aside from a patch date.

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jiantoi
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jiantoi

Just got back into wow after 5 months hiatus and it’s improving slowly imo

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Minimalistway

Forget the mounts, i need my own Hyper-Compressed Ocean.

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IronSalamander8 .

I’ve been playing again as I need to get WoW reinstalled since a few friends are discussing playing classic. I’m not sold on classic as I was there in beta and pre-BC times too but I wanted to play my goblin again even with how much I found BfA a bit naff. There are some things I preferred from classic over the current game but going ALL the way back isn’t ideal either.

It seems better than I recall. I’m healing a my tank pet a lot but not to the insane levels it was before I left. I still feel that overall BfA has some cool ideas with bad implementation and that the game needs to address some of its core mechanisms over new mounts and pets and such. I love where demonology is right now, but with the popularity of certain aspects of classic, I hope they realize that they need to do some serious introspection on the state of the game. 8.2 sounds like a better environment but not the solution, more of a step on a journey really.

I am still looking forward to the new goblin models and heritage armor though, not even going to pretend I’m not.

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xpsync

I’m very interested in classic, but with my new found love for wow retail i really have to agree with all the way back not being ideal. My typical play session relies heavily on group finder.

I read quests, soak in the lore as i’m trying this and that with my class and what i’m doing at the same time is getting ready for the next dungeon to try out some of my new rotations. I feel that will be a sorely missed feature.

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budtoker420

For some of us looking forward to Classic the introduction of dungeon finder is viewed as one of the most detrimental aspects of the game. I can’t remember the last time I actually had a need or desire to interact with someone in dungeon finder. They may as well just let you queue with NPC bots at this point. The experience would be the same.

Mordyjuice
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Mordyjuice

I liked DF back when it was introduced, I was a tank during Wrath and Heroics were faceroll easy for me so it was common for me to chain run 5 mans for hours (occasionally I’d carry the same group the whole time for multiple instances if they were chill enough).

As some one that struggled to find any one to run Black Morass towards the end of BC I still think DF was a god send.

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camren_rooke

Those gnomes are darn cute and I always loved Azshara as a zone.

But it’s still not enough to get me back to WOW.