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3-16-2009 @ 7:34AM
Dez, the 100 mount achievment is one of the truly hardcore ones, and will require huge amounts of time, gold, patience and RNG luck. The 50 mount achievment on the other hand is much more possible, and rewards and albino drake, cooler imo than the dragonhawk. Others have explained some of the various methods, but I'll narrow it down for the 50 mount one (and you really should aim for this first just to make it more achievable).First, grind to exalted with all of your factions. If you're a dranei or belf, congratulations, your job just got easier. If not, these 2 factions are harder to get exalted, but not impossible. There are some decent posts on wowinsider explaining how. Basically you'll want to do *all* low lvl starting area q's for *all* factions, as these give loads of rep. Then move up in areas, most lvl1-30 q's will reward rep, and some afterwards. Start stacking up on runecloth for the ones you just can't seem to get. Now buy all of the faction mounts, slow and fast, and in all colours. Next start grinding outland rep. The two quickest are mag'har/kurenai (horde/alliance) and netherwing. The dailies from netherwing should give you some much needed gold to buy mounts, while the lower lvl ogre mobs you grind for kurenai rep also drop runecloth if you haven't got all faction reps exalted yet. Again, buy all mounts from these guys, and also pick up all flying ones from SMV, slow and fast.If you're allie, congrats, you should now be at 50 mounts! If you're horde, you might be short 1 or 2 (changing in 3.1). For these either pick up some of the northrend ones if you have the money, or grind some BG tokens to pick up a pvp mount. Now head to your nearest mailbox and marvel at how the managed to fit an entire albino drake in there. This can be done in 1-2 weeks, depending on how fast you manage the netherwing grind. The 100 mount achievment really is a lot harder and a lot more expensive, so if you really want to, start planning how, and good luck.
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