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Our preview of new mounts in Battle for Azeroth continues with parrots!

Players will be able to obtain parrot mounts in Battle for Azeroth. They currently have three color variations - blue, green and red, but no source indicated just yet.

PH Giant Parrot (Blue)PH Giant Parrot (Blue)

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PH Giant Parrot (Green)PH Giant Parrot (Green)

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PH Giant Parrot (Red)PH Giant Parrot (Red)

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Mount Special Animations

Parrot mounts share the /mountspecial animation with Heart of the AspectsHeart of the Aspects.

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I wonder how such a mount would walk on the ground. It's always kind of boring when something like the phoenix (ash of alaar if i am correct) has a "still flying" animation on the ground, when it is not able to fly.

I would be soooooo excited if this parrot would really walk like a parrot with his neck straight up looking around curiously, when on the ground or in areas not allowed to fly. Running with big steps like the attached gif. Please Blizzard o.o

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2 hours ago, Lawrenz said:

I wonder how such a mount would walk on the ground. It's always kind of boring when something like the phoenix (ash of alaar if i am correct) has a "still flying" animation on the ground, when it is not able to fly.

I would be soooooo excited if this parrot would really walk like a parrot with his neck straight up looking around curiously, when on the ground or in areas not allowed to fly. Running with big steps like the attached gif. Please Blizzard o.o

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the in game version is not fat enough to make it look cool :p but would be nice else

 

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