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1-17-2012 @ 8:07AM
Thrall really has no excuse to not mount--he had a wolf back in WC3. He rode it throughout nearly the entire campaign. Where exactly did it go?
1-17-2012 @ 8:27AM
Died of old age =(or he eat himcant really say
1-17-2012 @ 8:41AM
Thrall's been forgetting mounts since the Burning Crusade.Remember him having to steal that Paladin's mount in Old Hillsbrad? Heck, he somehow managed to steal a fast mount and only go 60% extra. Still trying to figure out if he had the brakes on or what.As for his Ghost Wolf, I call HAX! I have mine glyphed on my shaman and he was pulling away. He's faster than a normal Ghost Wolf. Not that it matters, cause he apparently knows how to ride a Red Drake mount. Cheapskate didn't pay for his like I did.
1-17-2012 @ 8:45AM
and that mount that he 'Liberated' during the Hillsbrad escape, yeah, he has had mounts, I dunno, maybe he did eat them (or Garrosh did :D)
1-17-2012 @ 8:55AM
Angus: Not even 60%, you can outrun him in Travel Form.
1-17-2012 @ 9:35AM
it's in the hour of twilight novel i think. Thrall leaves his wolf in safe keeping with someone I don't remember.
1-17-2012 @ 10:53AM
Yeah! He's like a sheep in wolf's clothing.
1-17-2012 @ 12:30PM
Why oh why does Blizz keep making escorts that are too fast to run with, but to slow to travel with while mounted? Even when I'm on my shaman I out run him. (he's probably at some weird speed like 125% run speed -_-)
1-17-2012 @ 1:24PM
Not to mention, he pulls before the tank is ready!
1-17-2012 @ 3:55PM
Nathanyel: No you can't. I tried to run with him on my druid and I kept falling behind. o.OI figured he was going 50% speed, as opposed to my 40%
1-17-2012 @ 5:53PM
Only the wolf? What about going melee, dropping only one totem, and pulling aggro like a noob? D:
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