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Blizzard recently added a new mount and a pet to the in-game store. Both change colors just like the Enchanted Fey DragonEnchanted Fey Dragon mount. You can buy them separately or as a bundle for $30.

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Prepare to meet our new deviously adorable pet and mount: Twilight and the Luminous Starseeker, now available in the Blizzard Shop.You’ll be dazzled by these two hue-shifting beasts as they join you in your adventures no matter where they take you. These new World of Warcraft® in-game companions are now available in the *in-game Shop and the Blizzard Shop.

NEW PET: TWILIGHT
This cuddlesome little critter can’t wait to curl up by the campfire after your latest campaign. She’ll captivate your comrades with her chromatic color-changing coat and climb her way into the core of your collection…and she’s especially cunning in combat. Adopt this cute little creature today!
NEW MOUNT: LUMINOUS STARSEEKER

Drawing on the shifting void, fel, and otherworldly energies surrounding him, the Luminous Starseeker lets you travel in style astride this mount’s undulating hues. Saddle up, because this polychromatic beast will travel as fast as your riding skill will take you. Ride boldly and get yours today!

*Pet and mount bundle only available for purchase in the Blizzard Shop.

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Ya know what's funny? A year ago, I would torn Blizz a new one cuz of store mounts and how bad WoD was with mounts. But now, I'm actually ok with this. Since we already have an amazing variations of mounts (not to mention the 7.3 ones as well), this is fine. Hell, the class mounts alone are enough imo.

Might buy this when it's a bit cheaper. 30 euro is a bit much for me

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So...

Kil'Jaeden mythic doesn't award any mount at all.

Yet Blizzard had this model ready to deliver, and decided to instead sell it.

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Let me get this straight: you accept the challenge and play the game to the highest level. Invest tons of hours gearing up, perfecting gameplay, farming, progressing. It takes a lot of dedication to climb this mountain and clear a mythic raid. Specially bosses like Avatar and KJ. Everything in the game converges to this challenge, that is clearing the last boss on the highest difficulty.
You finally do it and, unlike Yogg0, Lich King25H, RagnarosH, etc, you get nothing from freaking Kil'Jaeden, one of the most important figures in the history of WoW.

And there was a really good looking mount, with a somewhat draenic flavor, that was just ready to go to shop.

....

Come on, guys.

And people to this day insist that it wasn't cancer putting a mount shop on a game you pay for retail, for expansions AND A MONTHLY FEE.

 

If Wotlk was today Mimiron's Head would be a shop mount.

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12 hours ago, Dejo93 said:

Ya know what's funny? A year ago, I would torn Blizz a new one cuz of store mounts and how bad WoD was with mounts. But now, I'm actually ok with this. Since we already have an amazing variations of mounts (not to mention the 7.3 ones as well), this is fine. Hell, the class mounts alone are enough imo.

Might buy this when it's a bit cheaper. 30 euro is a bit much for me

The store mounts were pretty good though :D The iron horde sky reaver and the demonic bug thing

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14 hours ago, Maerlim said:

If Wotlk was today Mimiron's Head would be a shop mount.

Weird, as I distinctly remember the first ever shop mount, the Celestial Steed, was released back in WotLK. 

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6 minutes ago, Plergoth said:

Weird, as I distinctly remember the first ever shop mount, the Celestial Steed, was released back in WotLK. 

The very end of wotlk. Months into icc, it used the same model as Invincible, but reskinned. Caused a major uproar. Yep, i remember it. And still find bullshit an in-game store in a subscription game.

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1 hour ago, Maerlim said:

The very end of wotlk. Months into icc, it used the same model as Invincible, but reskinned. Caused a major uproar. Yep, i remember it. And still find bullshit an in-game store in a subscription game.

Okay fine, you don't like the in game store. Is there a real problem though?

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I hate in-game stores when they sell some kind of game advantage, but here, you can't complain if they had a dev. team making stuff to sell, if you don't like it, you dont buy it, but you are complainig bcose they made something and then try to sell it... and this mount/pets doesn't have anithing special.

And we are in a expansion that bring us A LOT of mounts

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On 8/3/2017 at 11:25 PM, Sawzorthn said:

Just got him, it has actual wings and doesn't just run through the air.

I regret nothing.

Looking into getting this today, this note on the animation does make me very happy about it!

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