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10-12-2007 @ 5:41PM
@5: They moved him just outside of the city. You can still buy all of his fabulous amulets and trinkets :)I disagree with the idea that materials involved are "relativly simple". Kind of like the phrase "It's not the drop that kills you, it's the sudden stop", the price of riding 375 will kill your pocketbook much more than the price of the mount itself. Infact, given that a "standard" epic flying mount only costs 200g, I would say that the engineering mount will be expecially difficult to make. As if Khorium wasn't hard enought to come by before, now it will be even more so.For someone straight-up buying all of the needed materials, I can see this thing costing quite a bit. Here is the raw mats list for the regular flying mount:[Adamantium Ore]x16[Primal Earth]x2[Fel Iron Ore]x166[Star Wood]x8[Mote of Fire]x2[Mote of Earth]x4And for the epic flying mount (which includes a regular flying mount), the grand total is:[Adamantium Ore]x16[Primal Earth]x2[Fel Iron Ore]x222[Star Wood]x8[Mote of Fire]x2[Mote of Eatch]x4[Khorium Ore]x48[Primal Fire]x8[Eternium Ore]x64[Hula Girl Doll]x1Now, granted, there is an unmatched cool factor with the engineering mount, and I think it is great. But don't call the materials "simple" :)
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