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5-21-2010 @ 8:16AM
I agree that there is certainly many more accessible avenues to mounting up in Azeroth now than there used to be, but it is not necessarily a bad thing. It allows for character diversification, and on the whole, does not affect gameplay for most players.My first two characters to 60 were a warlock and a paladin though, and I won't deny that I thoroughly enjoyed the epic mount questlines. No one should miss out on those, as they are really class-defining in both the feel of the quests and the mount's appearance.On that note: Bring on the epic flying mount questlines for Cataclysm! I'm sure Dominic will agree, a fiery/shadowy flyer just oozes awesomeness- flying LotR Balrog anyone? ( http://newfoundlandfreepress.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/balrog_wallpaper.jpg ). I'm sure other classes would enjoy something similar too (although, I admit that any flavorful ideas for a warrior flying mount escape me).
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