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Reputation Mounts in Battle for Azeroth

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The latest Beta Build 26530 revealed multiple mounts that require Exalted reputation standing with Battle for Azeroth factions.

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Alliance*

Alliance faction mounts are pretty straightforward. At Exalted you can unlock various horses and gryphons.

Proudmoore Admiralty

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Order of Embers

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Storm's Wake

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*We used the MMO-Champion Model Viewer for the Alliance images above.

Horde

Horde faction mounts have more variety. You can unlock hyena, bloodfeaster mounts and various recolors of the fearsome pterrordax at Exalted.

Talanji's Expedition

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Voldunai

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Zandalari Empire

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While they are a little dull I'm glad we're getting rep mounts back instead of the paragon RNG mounts of the base Legion factions.

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23 minutes ago, DasBigHippo said:

As far a Rep mounts go, these are all pretty boring.

Yea, spider mounts. Been there, done that. amiright? /rolleyes

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Never bothered with the ToT mount, so having a flying dinosaur on a rep vendor is great. And I have always loved hyenas!

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That's very disappointing. Races, mounts and what else? It feels like the alliance side is getting second best of everything in this expansion. I agree, all these mounts look a bit boring, but still the horde gets new designs, new ideas whereas what does the alliance get - more reskins of gryphons and horses, and the same for each faction. And why should this be, after all alliance players pay the same for the expansion.

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On 04/05/2018 at 2:11 PM, Phex said:

That's very disappointing. Races, mounts and what else? It feels like the alliance side is getting second best of everything in this expansion. I agree, all these mounts look a bit boring, but still the horde gets new designs, new ideas whereas what does the alliance get - more reskins of gryphons and horses, and the same for each faction. And why should this be, after all alliance players pay the same for the expansion.

It's kind of fitting that Paladins used to be an Alliance class. They fit the "horse or go home" theme pretty well.

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why is the alliance always getting gryphons? blizzard need to share them with the horde too

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