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Class Mounts, Power Ascended & Feathermane Tames

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If you completed the entire Legionfall campaign up to the last quest that becomes available this week, you will earn the Breaching the TombBreaching the Tomb achievement that unlocks Class Mount quests, Power AscendedPower Ascended rewards, including Tome of the Hybrid BeastTome of the Hybrid Beast that allows Hunters to tame Feathermanes.

Class Mounts

Completing the last Legionfall campaign quests grants access to Class Mount quests. Additional tints can be earned from Power AscendedPower Ascended and even drops. Below is a video of all Class Mounts and their tints / animations.

Power Ascended

Power AscendedPower Ascended is an achievement you get after unlocking the first point in the infinite Artifact trait Concordance of the LegionfallConcordance of the LegionfallYou can unlock pets, additional Class Mount tints and various vanity items that can be purchased in your Class Order Hall with Order Resources if you completed the Breaching the TombBreaching the Tomb achievement.

Class Mount tints require both Breaching the TombBreaching the Tomb & Power AscendedPower Ascended. It's very individual in terms of Class Mounts, but the basic tint for every class is gained by completing a quest. Monks have just one Class Mount color, other classes change tints based on their specialization (Mages, Priests, Shamans). Hunters, Paladins, Rogues and Warlocks can acquire various tints after earning Power AscendedPower Ascended. Note that some tints may require maxing out your Artifact weapon for a specific specialization.

Death Knight

Players need to unlock all Artifact traits for your spec's Artifact to purchase the pets.

Bloodbrood WhelplingBloodbrood Whelpling (NPC - Blood Whelpling) can be purchased from Amal'thazad in Ebon Hold for 1,000 Order Resources after you maximize your Blood Artifact.

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Frostbrood WhelplingFrostbrood Whelpling (NPC - Frost Whelpling) can be purchased from Amal'thazad in Ebon Hold for 1,000 Order Resources after you maximize your Blood Artifact.

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Vilebrood WhelplingVilebrood Whelpling (NPC - Unholy Whelpling) can be purchased from Amal'thazad in Ebon Hold for 1,000 Order Resources after you maximize your Unholy Artifact.

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Demon Hunter

A Tiny Set of WarglaivesA Tiny Set of Warglaives can be purchased for 1,000 Order Resources. It summons a Demon Hunter PepePepe.

Druid

We're not sure yet if the new flight form (Druid Class Mount)  is supposed to be unique to match the different Druid races, but at some point, Blizzard has put them all on a vendor during PTR testing. More information TBA.

Hunter

Tome of the Hybrid BeastTome of the Hybrid Beast can be bought after maximizing your Beast Mastery Artifact for 1,000 Order Resources. Hunters learn to tame Feathermanes (Hybrid KinshipHybrid Kinship). Don't forget to check out our Feathermanes preview or visit Petopia to see all pets belonging to the Feathermanes family.

Trust of a Dire WolfhawkTrust of a Dire Wolfhawk can be purchased for 1,000 Order Resources.

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Trust of a Fierce WolfhawkTrust of a Fierce Wolfhawk can be purchased for 1,000 Order Resources.

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Monk

Ban-Fu, Cub of Ban-LuBan-Fu, Cub of Ban-Lu (NPC - Ban-Fu, Cub of Ban-Lu) can be purchased from Mei Chele for 1,000 Order Resources. The pet matches Monk's class mount.

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Paladin

Harsh Reins of the Vengeful ChargerHarsh Reins of the Vengeful Charger is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources after unlocking all Retribution Artifact traits.

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Heraldic Reins of the Valorous ChargerHeraldic Reins of the Valorous Charger is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources after unlocking all Holy Artifact traits (confirmation needed).

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Stoic Reins of the Vigilant ChargerStoic Reins of the Vigilant Charger is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources after unlocking all Protection Artifact traits.

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Rogue

Bloody Reins of Dark PortentBloody Reins of Dark Portent is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources

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Mephitic Reins of Dark PortentMephitic Reins of Dark Portent is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources

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Midnight Black Reins of Dark PortentMidnight Black Reins of Dark Portent is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources

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Warlock

Hellblazing Reins of the Brimstone DreadsteedHellblazing Reins of the Brimstone Dreadsteed is purchased for 1,000 Order Resources

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Taming Feathermanes

BM Hunters can purchase Tome of the Hybrid BeastTome of the Hybrid Beast from Pan the Kind Hand for 1,000 Order Resources from Pan the Kind Hand. The tome allows them to tame hippogryphs, gryphons, owlcats, wolfhawks and wyverns!

Wolfhawk Pets

Feathermane Family

A preview of some Hunter pets that become tamable this week.

Lastly, don't forget to visit Petopia to check out all Pets belonging to the Feathermane family. Hunters can now tame Elisande's pet Lalathin. The tame was discovered by WoW Secrets Discord channel and the post can be found here.

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3 minutes ago, xBlueBlaze said:

is there different tints for all mounts or just the select few?

Demon Hunter & Monk mounts have just one color variation.

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Looks like we have a winner here: priest mounts are totally unique models. I cant remember anything that resembles them.

They are so beautiful <3

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Will the new Class mounts count towards the mount collection achievement? I understand if you obtain for example a shop mount and log on a Paladin, Death Knight or Warlock that the number of mounts collected increases. I was wondering no matter what Class will they still count?

I think I only need roughly 32 mounts for the Lord of the Reins achievement, and I understand obviously that opposing faction mounts don't count!!

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30 minutes ago, Munky said:

Looks like we have a winner here: priest mounts are totally unique models. I cant remember anything that resembles them.

They are so beautiful <3

I have just earned my priest mount and I totally agree they look amazing and beautiful.

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2 hours ago, Munky said:

Looks like we have a winner here: priest mounts are totally unique models. I cant remember anything that resembles them.

They are so beautiful <3

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I believe it shares assets with the Winged Guardian mount.

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6 hours ago, brawlerbabe said:

I have just earned my priest mount and I totally agree they look amazing and beautiful.

I just can't get over the face :( I feel like it looks like a child's rendition of an owl's face - just my opinion!

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16 hours ago, Stan said:

Demon Hunter & Monk mounts have just one color variation.

ahh boo!! :(

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16 hours ago, Stan said:

Demon Hunter & Monk mounts have just one color variation.

having said that got my Fel Bat last night and he looks badass!

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2 hours ago, xBlueBlaze said:

having said that got my Fel Bat last night and he looks badass!

It does look pretty awesome tbf - it's also got an amazing ground animation :p

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1 hour ago, Darkjester79 said:

I want Demon Hunter Pepe!

He is incredibly cute, demon hunter or not!

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