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2-09-2010 @ 9:05PM
I don't know if this is new today or if it's always been like this, but Highlord Darion Morgraine's Deathcharger in ICC, is the red version shown above.
2-09-2010 @ 9:50PM
That's why I'm not getting too excited about this, at least one of them has already been used since early Northrend for various Death Knight NPC's (Thassarian, Darion). Just trying to figure out if the blue one matches up to anyone.Of course I'd gladly welcome more mounts though. :D
2-10-2010 @ 2:09AM
It's always been red, even in the DK starting area it's red. I remember drooling over it the first time I played a DK through that zone. I also clearly remember it running in to help with trash mobs in ICC one night a few weeks back.
2-10-2010 @ 12:12PM
Icefury , is the horse add for Sapph in Icecrown. http://www.wowhead.com/?npc=31224#. Matches the 'new' blue deathcharger image quite nicely, I'm afraid. Other blue deathchargers are Dusk, who belongs to Thassarian; the Deathcharger Steeds in Naxxramas, Deathknight quarter; and something called Spectral Horses, also in Naxx and (if memory serves) appears when you pull certain mounted packs in the Deathknight Quarter. For the other model, Plaguehoof and Bloodsunder ( and respectively) use the red deathcharger skin, which is also used by Bloodmist (Koltira's mount), and Fury and Iydallus (at least one of which belongs to Darion Mograine, but their locations make it unclear which)TD:LR Sorry, the skins are as old as the expansion. HOWEVER, this does not mean that Blizzard may not be trying something else out with them. We'll just have to wait and see.
2-10-2010 @ 12:15PM
Plaguehoof and Bloodsunder ( and respectively) use theshould have readPlaguehoof and Bloodsunder ( Rokir's and Baelok's steeds, respectively) use the
2-10-2010 @ 7:54PM
Neither of the horse models are new. They have been in the game the whole time. The red model is the one that Fury, Darion Mograine's mount, uses. And the blue model is the one that Dusk, Thassarian's mount, uses.
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