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4-29-2010 @ 12:51PM
I've been doing the holiday achievements for the 310% speed flying mount, but since Blizzard announced that we'll be able to buy the riding skill which boosts us to that speed on any flyer, I think I will just skip School Of Hard Knocks. I can wait for Cataclym to get the faster mount, especially if it means not doing School Of Hard Knocks.
4-29-2010 @ 12:58PM
They did? When? Really, I want to know.
4-29-2010 @ 1:15PM
Are you sure? I thought it meant that people who had attained a 310% mount could learn the ability across all mounts to stop them being restricted to using one or two. I didn't get the feeling that it was open season for all - if it is I expect it to be priced very high indeed, and I hope free or minimum cos to those already with a 310% flyer.
4-29-2010 @ 1:57PM
@Ian -- it's what you say. You get the 310 ability, it'll apply across to all your flyers so you can keep using all your mounts. I haven't seen anything implying that 310 would be purchasable.
4-29-2010 @ 4:20PM
This was in the last developer twitter chat (on april 16):"Q: Do you intend to have all 280% flying mounts scale to 310% when a 310% mount is earned, or will only purchased mounts do so?A: Our current plan, is that in Cataclysm, you can learn a new rank of flying that lets all flying mounts move at 310% (even current 280% mounts). That will probably be as fast as mounts will ever get. We don't like it that when you get a 310% mount that you stop using your old ones. ""learn a new rank of flying" seems to imply that it will be purchasable by everyone. But it's a little open to interpretation.
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