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9-20-2008 @ 7:34PM
I've done it 5 times, seen a Ram drop once, and the Remote Teleporter drop once. I've seen numerous people with the Kodo already, and that's only half the mounts in less than a day. I'd say the % drop was pretty high. On another note, it's possible (and maybe even likely) 3.0 comes out before Brewfest ends, allowing the achievements to be attained now (instead of next year for those applicable).
9-20-2008 @ 7:47PM
I really wish we had more data on the exact drop rate, but so far the boss is so new that none of the info sites (Wowhead, Thottbot, etc.) have hard numbers on it. I've run the boss seven times now and not seen the mount or transporter drop, which was a big disappointment to my group. I've seen a couple of people on my realm with the kodo, but not so many that it made a convincing case for a high drop rate. Time will tell, I guess. At this point I'm willing to go with a 15-20% drop rate based on what I've seen (which for all I know is still inaccurate), but it's still hard luck on anyone who never got a ram last year, and dicey for anyone with a ram who'd like a kodo.
9-20-2008 @ 8:02PM
One reeason you see alot of people on Kodo's is that there is a vendor that sells something called goblin hop's or something, and when you "use" the item it makes your mount look like a kodo. There are 2 other types of hops, that make your mount look like a ram and something else(which i'm not sure of). the costs are 2 tokens, 5 tokens (kodo), and 20 tokens(ram). the enhancements go away after you dismount i believe.
9-21-2008 @ 1:12AM
The "Preserved Hops" is 20 tokens and made my mount into the kodo, but it was gone the moment I dismounted :-(
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