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3-22-2008 @ 8:17PM
This has been requested many times, and although I would be totally game for it [Shelling out 5k gold jsut to use in outlands doesent seem worth it to me], but blizzard has whined and QQ'd about how it would be too much work. And they'd rather work on wotlk and nerfing pets. :(Heres a question. Will flying mounts be allowed in northrend? If not, flying mounts are even more of a waste. Woo, get to fly for 10 lvls...
3-22-2008 @ 8:24PM
I believe blizz has already stated that flying mounts will probably be able to be used in Norththrend, but probably not till level 80 since they don't want you just flying by all the content.
Flying mounts will be allowed in portions of Northrend (Dalaran, most likely).
3-22-2008 @ 8:27PM
From what I understand (unfortunately I have no quotes to back me up on this) flying in Northrend is going to work in similar fashion to what it's like in Outland. i.e. you'd need to get to (near) lvl 80 and then (possibly) do a quest to 'unlock' the option of flight. The devs want to make absolutely sure you're not going to skip content on your flying mount.
will it be able in northrend to fly? YES. All rdy when you arrive? NO. why? it is to cold for your flymount so you need to buy something there does it possible. And the reason why we can not use it from the start? q's would be to easy, and you don't really experience northrend. Do I think that is okay? a bit if the price is not to expensive, so it become the new 280% goal
3-22-2008 @ 10:32PM
1 level acctully, 2 (3 if you count staying at 70 a full level) if your a druid.
3-22-2008 @ 11:27PM
Or acctully, to follow my last comment - most people leveling a character went to outland at 58.....if its the same at 68, nobody will need to get a mount at 70, because they will already be in northend. lol
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