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3-25-2012 @ 2:05PM
"Pandaren kites are the flight point mounts in Pandaria."...oh my god yes.
3-25-2012 @ 2:12PM
There are quite a few colour combinations though, and as you can get most flight path mounts as personal mounts... I would expect a purchasable one at some point.
3-25-2012 @ 2:16PM
Wouldn't they snap under a pandaren's weight?
3-25-2012 @ 2:27PM
Bamboo's pretty strong, man. They use it as scaffolding in some countries.Also, is it just me thinking, scribe mount?
3-25-2012 @ 2:29PM
3-25-2012 @ 2:36PM
Actually, as long as the kite itself was sturdy the real limiting factor would be thrust to weight ratio determining lift as a limiting factor.
3-25-2012 @ 2:41PM
Kite mount.....This definitively is an excellent opportunity to make Leather workers useful again. Much like tailoring flying carpets...these should be made by LW. That would be great!!!!
3-26-2012 @ 11:59AM
Last I saw it looked like tailors were going to be able to make the Kites.
3-25-2012 @ 3:35PM
hm...i thought those orange hot air balloons were the flight points? maybe there's both. like how some horde towns have the bat riders and some have wyverns.
3-25-2012 @ 4:03PM
I figured the dragon turtle were going to be the preferred racial mount, but kites as flight point mounts? Sweet.
3-25-2012 @ 6:18PM
Wowhead had kite mounts data mined. Never know if that makes it live or not.
3-25-2012 @ 11:07PM
Yeah, I'm really excited about the kite mounts, too. I thought they might be flying mounts, but flight point mounts are great, also. And, I'm so psyched for the cloud serpents; they are gorgeous looking! Thanks a heap for answering my question! :)
3-26-2012 @ 5:28AM
"Hey m8. Whatcha doin?""Kiting."
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