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Riddler's Mind-Worm has been found. Learn more about how to add the mount to your collection!

Riddler's Mind-WormRiddler's Mind-Worm is listed in the Mount Journal as dropping from Gift of the Mind-Seekers. Below is a video showcasing animations.

Nightswifty has made an amazing guide on Imgur. Credits also go to the countless players from the WoW Secrets Discords Channel for their constant efforts and searching!

TL;DR

  • There are 9 pages in the game that need to be clicked in a specific order. Every page contains a new hint about the next one.
  • The progress disappears with server reset every week, so you need to redo them from the beginning every Tuesday (Wednesday for EU).
  • The community has gathered on Discord's WoW Secrets Channel searching for pages and the search is finally over!

How to get the Riddler's Mind-Worm Mount

There are several pages scattered across Azeroth. Below is a list of all pages you need to read in a specific order.

The first page (page 9) is inside the Legerdemain Lounge Inn in Dalaran. 

If you read it you get the following hint: ...of sea, spirit and self...

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The second page (page 78) is located in Duskwood, Twilight Grove near the moonwell. The fastest way to get there is by taking the Karazhan portal in Dalaran. If read, you get the following hint: ...first of lords to fall...

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The third page (page 161) is available after defeating Ragnaros in Firelands. It reads: ...the wind, the eye...

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Page 4 (page 655) is in Uldum, Vir'naal River Delta (coords: 70.5, 78). You can either take the portal from your capital city if you've unlocked it or the Caverns of Time portal in Dalaran. The hint says: ...the plume, the tomb, a scarab moon...

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Page 5 (page 845) can be found in Siege of Orgrimmar, the fourth boss room. Get there by taking the Shrine portal from Dalaran. Don't forget to get Bear TartareBear Tartare if you're soloing. It can speed up Immerseus. The next hint is: ...in snow, sand, and stone...

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Page 6 (page 1127) has been found inside the Well of Eternity (again, the fastest way to get here is by taking the Dalaran portal to Caverns of Time). It's near the stairs leading to the last boss. Don't forget to talk to Illidan at the beginning. Azshara cannot be attacked, but the NPCs before her will begin to attack you. After that you mount the drakes, they have a dialog option to speed up the flight. The hint reads: ...behold the battle, unblinking...

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Page 7 (page 2351) can be found in front of Shadopan Monastery entrance in Kun-Lai Summit. Next hint: ...bejeweled watcher...

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Page 8 (page 5555) is again in Uldum. Hint: ...ray of sunrise...

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There's no last page, but Gift of the Mind-Seekers. It can be found in Westfall (30.5, 27) and opening it gives you the mount.

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Massive thanks to all players who participated in the event!

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Progress Tracking Script 

You can track your progress anytime by executing the following in-game command.

/run local a={47207,47208,47209,47210,47211,47212,47213,47214,47215}for i,q in ipairs(a)do print(format("page %s: %s",i, IsQuestFlaggedCompleted(q) and "\124cFF00FF00Done\124r" or "\124cFFFF0000Not Done\124r")) end

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It seems to me that one place those three things converge would be the Bronze Dragonshire in Dragonblight. 

There's also a dungeon version of this in the End Time

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It's been found on steps near the Well of Eternity  in the Well of Eternity Dungeon in Caverns of Time

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how did they find it , like how did the three words made sense to them?  im done with the quest and much thanks to whomever uncoevered this, but how did they find out where everything is? i mean every  clue reveals 3 words, how did they figure out what to do ?

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5 hours ago, meditate said:

how did they find it , like how did the three words made sense to them?  im done with the quest and much thanks to whomever uncoevered this, but how did they find out where everything is? i mean every  clue reveals 3 words, how did they figure out what to do ?

The hints closely follow WoW Chronicles. For example "plume" as in "to plume oneself" means Pride > SoO - Sha of Pride room. In stone, sand and snow refers to the Bronze Dragonflight I believe. Some hints were quite literal and other were super vague. Especially "...a ray of sunrise..." I kept searching for it in Sunwell when it was found in Westfall.

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On 4/14/2017 at 5:55 PM, Stan said:

The hints closely follow WoW Chronicles. For example "plume" as in "to plume oneself" means Pride > SoO - Sha of Pride room. In stone, sand and snow refers to the Bronze Dragonflight I believe. Some hints were quite literal and other were super vague. Especially "...a ray of sunrise..." I kept searching for it in Sunwell when it was found in Westfall.

ohhh, dang that wasnt easy

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On 4/20/2017 at 9:56 AM, meditate said:

ohhh, dang that wasnt easy

It wouldn't be as fun if it was! :D

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