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9-02-2010 @ 4:17PM
I'm happy that they are adding 310 training however im uncertain how it works. Does it make all my flyers operate at 310? I really hope so because the only flyer I use is my Time-Lost Proto Drake a mount that i still don't quite understand not being 310. The thing is dreadfully awful to camp as it patrols and shares spawns and multiple patrol routes. Not to mention the spawn is like 16 hours+
9-02-2010 @ 5:24PM
I believe that all mounts will scale to your fastest speed, including ground mounts (the ground mount part is speculation, the flyers are all but confirmed).http://www.wow.com/2010/04/16/twitter-developer-chat-for-april-16th-2010-organized-by-catego/The part you're interested in: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. I hope the slower ground mounts scale upwards; the epic wolf has always looked inferior to the regular wolf mount, imo.
9-02-2010 @ 8:26PM
Having tested it on beta, after you learn the highest riding skill, either by paying another 5000g or by having a 310% mount already, this is what happens:All of your ground mounts (with the exception of the turtles) move at 100% on the ground.All of your flying mounts move at 310% in the air, and 100% on the ground.
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