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8-11-2011 @ 4:49PM
"We have a guild world PVP mount, an armored snowy griffon"2 things...1) if a guild screenshot is a guild event, why wasnt anyone on the armored snowy griffon?2) if the armored snowy griffon is the guild mount, what do horde players use?
8-11-2011 @ 5:26PM
I believe the armored snowy griffin is in fact a Dalaran rep mount. It similar to the alliance only one, which has a gold beak and a brown underside as opposed to a black beak and gray underside.Still doesn't explain why the ones in the picture are not armored though.
8-11-2011 @ 5:34PM
answer to your first question, the guild-mount was only required for the world pvp events.
actually, the Armored Snowy Gryphon is in fact an Alliance only mount bought from Mei Francis in Dalaran. it requires no rep to obtain, but gaining rep with the Kirin Tor will reduce the mount from 2k gold to 1.6k gold. the Armored Blue Wind Rider is the horde version that is sold from Mei Francis.
8-11-2011 @ 5:59PM
The snowy griffon was the original mount in BC before LK. Since then, we have advanced with each expansion to keep up with the new flight speed. This photo was taken before a massive world pvp raid where the mounts also separated roles during battle.When you see the white griffon remember that we did not shed innocent blood first. We're coming Azeroth.
8-11-2011 @ 5:37PM
The different mounts were used to distinguish role in the raid. What made this one fun is that we used flasks of illusion so our dps/prot specs were trees, and our healers were warlocks. While this effect only lasted two minutes, this was more than enough time to grab a beach head in Orgrimmar.
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