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The Mounts, Pets, Toys and Heritage Armor of 8.2 (Official)

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Here comes a huge rundown of the many, many mounts, pets, toys and the two sets of Heritage Armor that are coming with patch 8.2: Rise of Azshara, collected by Blizzard themselves. Not all the mounts etc. are present here, however, from the now legendary Bee mount and the already mentioned mechanical parrot you get for unlocking flying. It's still a lot to take in, however, so let's get to it:

Blizzard LogoThe Treasures of 8.2 (source)

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Mounts Pets Toys Heritage Armor

Mounts

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Pictured — Snapback Scuttler
Source: Reputation
  • Ankoan Waveray: Exalted With Ankoan (Vendor: Artisan Okata)
    The Ankoan have been battling the naga for years, and with a natural affinity for the sea, training the local wildlife was a natural strategy.
  • Dusky Waycrest Gryphon: Exalted With Order of Embers (Vendor: Quartermaster Alcorn)
    Common to the dark forests of Drustvar, these gryphon are silent and swift. Their prowess at operating on their own or as mounts lends them to be used for ambush and shock tactics.
  • Proudmoore Sea Scout: Exalted With Proudmoore Admiralty (Vendor: Provisioner Fray)
    Only a few gryphons are selected to be Sea Scouts operating from flag ships in the fleet. Their long-range reconnaissance is an integral part of Kul Tiran sea dominance.
  • Captured Swampstalker: Exalted With Talanji’s Expedition (Vendor: Provisioner Lija)
    A swamp-dwelling subspecies of pterrodax known to feast on young bloodfeasters.
  • Spectral Pterrowing: Exalted With Zandalari Empire (Vendor: Natal’hakata)
    Vengeful spectres abound in the spirit realm surrounding Dazar’alor.
  • Voldunai Dunescraper: Exalted With Voldunai (Vendor: Hoarder Jena)
    These brightly-colored fliers are rarely captured in the wild due to their naturally untrusting natures.
  • Rustbolt Resistor: Exalted With Rustbolt Resistance (Vendor: Stolen Royal Vendorbot)
    “R E S I S T” is carved into the seat in crude letters, along with several, more profane things.
  • Stormsong Coastwatcher: Exalted With Storm’s Wake (Vendor: Sister Lilyana)
    Tasked with keeping watch on the seas for approaching dangers, the Stormsong Coastwatchers fly constant patrols.
  • Unshackled Waveray: Exalted With Unshackled (Vendor: Finder Pruc)
    The Unshackled have a natural kinship with the species of the deep seas that have seen cruelty at the hands of the naga.
Source: Achievements
  • Snapback Scuttler: Achievement (Undersea Usurper)
    Giant crabs are native to Nazjatar and a favored food of the naga. This one must have been well-kept to grow this large.
  • Azshari Bloatray: Achievement (Glory of the Palace Raider)
    The naga raised these rays in captivity, harvesting their gas organs to craft alchemy which allowed them to breathe air more easily.
  • Mechacycle Model W: Achievement (Mecha-Done)
    The rapid technological evolution of the descendants of Mimiron began with the introduction of a new gear, leading to such wonders as the tragically underproduced Model W.
Source: Professions
  • Xiwyllag ATV: Profession (Blacksmithing and Engineering)
    It was said that this invention was modeled after the likeness of a very wealthy goblin—although others don’t really see the resemblance.
Source: Quests
  • Scrapforged Mechaspider: Quest: Mechagon (Drive It Away Today)
    You built this yourself, you should be proud; even though it’s smoky, sparky, and loud.
  • Snapdragon Kelpstalker: Quest: Nazjatar (Good Girl)
    When a snapdragon bites you, the worry isn’t about the bite itself, but the poison that will begin to eat away at the wound.
  • Child of Torcali: Quest: Zuldazar (Wander Not Alone)
    This daughter of the great direhorn loa, Torcali, never lost faith that her keeper would help her grow to her full potential.
  • Deepcoral Snapdragon: Quest: Nazjatar (Wild Tame)
    The snapdragon is a quiet hunter in the water but is far less stealthy on land.
Source: Raid and Dungeon
  • Aerial Unit R-2/1X: Drop (King Mechagon – Operation Mechagon)
    King Mechagon’s private aerial unit, complete with deployable blast cannon and foot warmers.
  • Mechagon Peacekeeper: Drop (HK-8 Aerial Oppression Unit – Operation Mechagon)
    Keeps the peace by turning you into pieces.
Source: Rare Creatures
  • Fabious: Drop (Fabious)
    He emerges from the water, fins swaying lazily in the breeze, sun-kissed scales glittering. He is. . .  Fabious. (Underwater Only)
  • Royal Snapdragon: Drop (Nazjatar)
    Captured at a young age and raised to serve naga hunters, snapdragons are loyal and fierce companions.
  • Junkheap Drifter: Drop (Mechagon: Rustfeather)
    When you really want to be noticed. . .  and don’t mind strapping yourself to a giant, barely-held-together wheel.
  • Rusty Mechanocrawler: Drop (Mechagon)
    The check engine light is always on. It’s when it goes off that you should be worried.
Source: Vendors
  • Inkscale Deepseeker: Vendor (Nazjatar: Crafticus Mindbender)
    Schools of tidestallions will viciously slam their muscular chests into their prey to take them down. (Underwater Only)
  • X-995 Mechanocat: Vendor (Mechagon: Pascal-K1N6)
    The X-995 is the ultimate in customizable feline robo-companionship.
  • Crimson Tidestallion: Vendor (Nazjatar: Mrrl)
    The blood-red coloration of these creatures is ideal for hiding in large coral formations. (Underwater Only)

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Pets

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Pictured — Lost Robogrip, Kelpfin, Rustyroot Snooter
Source: Achievements
  • Burnout: Achievement (Malowned)
    “Burnout always has a supply of well-toasted marshmallows.”
  • Kelpfin: Achievement (Team Aquashock)
    “Don’t let the cuteness fool you, this little monster will jab your ankles the second you’re not looking.”
Source: Island Expeditions
  • Adventurous Hopling: Drop (Island Expeditions)
    “The last thing that tried to look in its tiny pack was never seen again.”
  • Ghostly Whelpling: Drop (Island Expeditions)
    “Unkillable dragons, what could go wrong?
Source: Pet Battles
  • Rustbolt Clucker: Pet Battle (Mechagon)
    “Some of the few remaining fleshy creatures on Mechagon, they provide food and even companionship for the citizens of Rustbolt.”
  • Rustyroot Snooter: Pet Battle (Mechagon)
    "Snooters have a very good sense of smell and can easily find grass and seeds buried under snow or scrap."
Source: Reputation
  • Damplight Slug: Revered With Unshackled (Vendor: Atolia Seapearl)
    “The bright coloration of this deep water slug seems to give off a soft, warm glow.”
  • Prismatic Softshell: Revered With Ankoan (Vendor: Speaker Utia)
    “Even with its softer juvenile shell, a young prismatic spireshell still glitters like a diamond.”
  • Mustyfur Snooter: Honored With Rustbolt Resistance (Vendor: Stolen Royal Vendorbot)
    “A rare snooter, and hard to find, it’s known for burrowing itself deep under wet foliage to nest.”
Source: Quests
  • Brilliant Glimmershell: Quest (Beauty in the Deeps)
    “A gift, found one day and saved for a meaningful occasion, should things ever turn around.”
  • Lustrous Glimmershell: Quest (Glittering Shell)
    “A gift, found one day and saved for a meaningful occasion, should things ever turn around.”
Source: New: Junkyard Tinkering
  • Microbot XD: Profession (Junkyard Tinkering)
    “One of the microbots used to guard the city of Rustbolt, now purchasable for a reasonable price.”
  • Utility Mechanoclaw: Profession (Junkyard Tinkering)
    “As handy as this invention is, it was also programmed to absolutely despise hand puns.”
Source: Raid and Dungeon
Operation: Mechagon
  • Golden Snorf: Drop (King Mechagon)
    “The birth of an exceptionally rare Golden Snorf was such an abnormality that not even King Mechagon could force himself to mechanize his beloved, fuzzy friend.”
  • Microbot 8D: Drop (HK-8 Aerial Oppression Unit – Operation: Mechagon)
    “He’s just so happy to be programmed to exist.”
The Eternal Palace
  • Lightless Ambusher: Drop (Lady Ashvane)
    “In the lightless caverns, a bright shell color doesn’t make you any worse at ambushing.”
  • Mindlost Bloodfrenzy: Drop (Blackwater Behemoth)
    “In the fathomless depths beyond the Eternal Palace, minds are lost in the blackness.”
  • Nameless Octopode: Drop (Za’qul)
    “The influence of the Old Gods on the aquatic life of Nazjatar is unmistakable, as many simply wander as mindless eyes of N’Zoth.”
  • Zanj’ir Poker: Treasure (Azshara’s Chest)
    “Master of poking, stabbing, thrusting, jabbing, and gouging.”
Source: Rare Creatures
Nazjatar
  • Amethyst Softshell: Drop (Amethyst Spireshell)
    “Spireshells produce a softer shell when young which will be grown out of quickly.”
  • Brinestone Algan: Drop (Avarius)
    “Standing next to a brinestone algan will remind you of the smell of the sea, mixed with rotting kelp.”
  • Budding Algan: Drop (Rockweed Shambler)
    “There is no mistaking the evidence—algan breed by budding. We can all put this argument to rest now.”
  • Caverndark Nightmare: Drop (Caverndark Terror)
    “As if a dark, underwater cave wasn’t nightmarish enough, these things exist – and they love it there.”
  • Chitterspine Needler: Drop (Needlespine)
    “A rare evolution of chitterspine, with elongated spines to pierce soft flesh and eyes.”
  • Coral Lashling: Drop (Carnivorous Lasher)
    “The predatory coral of Nazjatar can grow incredibly quickly given the right conditions.”
  • Daggertooth Frenzy: Drop (Daggertooth Terror)
    “Frenzies in Nazjatar have learned to operate in large schools or face consumption by the many predators of the deeps.”
  • Glittering Diamondshell: Drop (Sandclaw Stoneshell)
    “A rare species of crab found mostly in Nazjatar, it hides easily amongst the ample kelp and coral of the area.”
  • Murgle: Drop (King Gakula)
    “The murloc tribe that Murgle belongs to is one of a few that have resisted the naga’s enslavement”
  • Necrofin Tadpole: Drop (Blindlight)
    “Legend has it that the necrofin tribe found necromancy on a series of runed tablets at the bottom of the sea.”
  • Pearlescent Glimmershell: Drop* (Irridescent Glimmershel)
    “When the sun shines on its shell just right, the light scatters in a thousand different directions.” *See also Vendor information.
  • Scalebrood Hydra: Drop
    “The hydra matriarchs of Nazjatar steal and destroy one another’s eggs constantly, so you can never really know what will hatch out of one.”
  • Seafury: Drop (Prince Typhonus)
    “The elements clash and battle for relics constantly, but few moreso than the Tidestone.”
  • Skittering Eel: Drop (Vor’koth)
    “The eels of Nazjatar are experts at hiding in the many cracks and rocks of the sea floor.”
  • Spawn of Nalaada: Drop (Elderspawn Nalaada)
    “In a dark place unknown to all, the seabed writhes with the children of Nalaada, a carpet of life and death.”
  • Stormwrath: Drop (Prince Vortran – Nazjatar)
    “The Tidestone would empower minions of both the storm and the sea, and is sought after by both parties.”
  • Wriggler: Drop (Mirecrawler – Nazjatar)
    “Watch your ears.”
Mechagon
  • Arachnoid Skitterbot: Drop (Mecharantula)
    “No one knows who made these mechanical spiders, but everyone hates them.”
  • Bonebiter: Drop (Bonepicker)
    “Absolutely do not let him bite your bones.”
  • Lost Robogrip: Drop (Malfunctioning Beastbot)
    “It’s not clear who the original owner of this arm was, but they’re not getting it back now.”
  • OOX-35/MG: Drop (Mechagon)
    “Many advancements have been made to the initial prototype homing beacon over the years.”
  • Snowsoft Nibbler: Drop (Fungarian Furor)
    “Of all snooters, this one has the softest fur. Ironically, it does not like to be pet very much.”
  • Spraybot OD: Drop (The Kleptoboss)
    “Even he cannot put out the fire in my heart.”
Source: Treasures
  • Slimy Sea Slug: Treasure (Nazjatar)
    “Slimy sea slugs secrete slimy sea slug slime on the slimy sea floor.”
  • Echoing Oozeling: Item (Irradiated Box of Assorted Parts)
    “It doesn’t take a very large ooze to eat a gnome.”
  • Slimy Darkhunter: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon – Nazjatar)
    “Living so deep within the seas has made this species very sensitive to light.”
  • Slimy Eel: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon – Nazjatar)
    “Eels are already slimy. This one is extra slimy.”
  • Slimy Fangtooth: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon  – Nazjatar)
    “A fully grown Fangtooth has a bite strong enough to go right through a platinum fishing pole. Watch your fingers.”
  • Slimy Hermit Crab: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon – Nazjatar)
    “The slime on this provides essential nutrients to the hermit crab within, allowing it to go years without eating anything if it chooses.”
  • Slimy Octopode: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon – Nazjatar)
    “This little octopode squirts slime out instead of ink.”
  • Slimy Otter: Treasure (Slimy Cocoon – Nazjatar)
    “The slimy coating on this otter provides excellent protection against sunburns.”
  • Sandclaw Nestseeker: Treasure (Glimmering Chest – Nazjatar)
    “Anything can be a nest if you try hard enough.”
Source: Vendors
  • Chitterspine Devourer: Vendor (Crafticus Mindbender – Nazjatar )
    “These gruesome crabs are attracted to the scent of blood and seem to revel in combat.”
  • Crypt Fiend: Vendor (Sean Wilkers – Eastern Plaguelands)
    “Six legs, two claws, multiple eyes, spiked body? This thing has it all!”
  • Drowned Hatchling: Vendor (Feylana the Handler – Nazjatar)
    “When the waves crashed down around the city, not all were fortunate enough to receive N’zoth’s gift.”
  • Pearlescent Glimmershell: Vendor** (Vendors Artisan Okata and Finder Pruc – Nazjatar )
    “When the sun shines on its shell just right, the light scatters in a thousand different directions.” **See also Rare Creatures – Nazjatar section.
  • Ziggy: Vendor (Sean Wilkers – Eastern Plaguelands)
    “Every time the mandibles on this vibrate slightly, it is because it gave someone a nightmare.”

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Toys

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Pictured — Hyper-Compressed Ocean
Source: Achievements
  • Hyper-Compressed Ocean: Achievement (Secret Fish and Where to Find Them)
    “A world of fish all in one place.”
Source: Nazjatar PvP Rewards
  • Alliance War Banner—Nazjatar PvP Reward
    Carry an Alliance War Banner. Can be used while mounted. Entering combat will remove the banner.
  • Horde War Banner—Nazjatar PvP Reward
    Carry a Horde War Banner. Can be used while mounted. Entering combat will remove the banner.
  • Alliance War Standard—Nazjatar PvP Reward
    Carry an Alliance War Standard. Your movement speed is slightly hindered. Entering combat will remove the banner.
  • Horde War Standard—Nazjatar PvP Reward
    Carry a Horde War Standard. Your movement speed is slightly hindered. Entering combat will remove the banner.
Source: Quest
  • Ancient Tauren Talisman: Quest (Thank Your Guide)
    Summons your spirit guide for a moment. Show your ancestral pride! (Tauren only)
  • Book of the Unshackled: Quest (Tome of Tears)
    Use: Read the book and recall the memories of the Unshackled.
    “A tome containing names of members of the Unshackled that lost their lives in the fight against the naga.”
  • Heart of a Champion: Quest (We Stand United)
    Use: Hold the Heart of Azeroth in your hand.
  • Azeroth Mini Collection: Mechagon (This item begins a quest.)
    Summon the base and display a figure from your collection.
    Collection of Minis includes: Izira Gearsworn, Gazlowe, Prince Erazmin, Cork Stuttguard, Naeno Megacrash, HK-8, King Mechagon, Wrenchbot, Overspark, Bondo Bigblock, Roadtrogg, Cogstar, Blastatron, Sapphironetta (Collecting all the available minis rewards the achievement, “Most Minis Wins”)
Source: Professions
  • Holographic Digitalization Hearthstone: Junkyard Tinkering
    Use: Returns you to the Great Seal. Speak to an Innkeeper in a different place to change your home location.
    “Upload complete!”
  • Wormhole Generator: Kul Tiras (Engineering)
    Use: Teleports the player to a random location on Kul Tiras.
    The user is responsible for final destinations teleported to, and may not take any legal action against the maker of this device.”
  • Wormhole Generator: Zandalar (Engineering)
    Use: Teleports the player to a random location on Zandalar.
    “The user is responsible for final destinations teleported to, and may not take any legal action against the maker of this device.”

 

Source: Reputation
  • Rustbolt Banner: Revered with Rustbolt Resistance (Vendor: Stolen Royal Vendorbot)
    Use: Deploy a holographic Rustbolt banner.
Source: Treasures and Rare Creatures
  • Eternal Palace Dining Set: Drop (Nazjatar)
    Use: Prepare for dinner.
  • Flopping Fish: Drop (Ankoan Supplies or Unshackled Supplies)
    Use: Place the fish down and kick it around.
  • Judgment of Mechagon: Drop
    Use:
    Create a hologram of King Mechagon.
  • Mechagonian Sawblades: Drop  (Kill Saw)
    Use: Equipped with Mechagonian Steel Sawblades.
    “Cutting Edge Technology.”
  • Memento of the Deeps: Drop (Ankoan Supplies and Unshackled Supplies)
    Use: Place a seashell on the ground. Interacting with the memento fills you with memories of adventures in Nazjatar with your allies.
  • Ocean Simulator: Treasure (World Arcane Chest Drop)
    Use: Immerse yourself in the sounds of the ocean.
    “No matter where you are, find a moment of peace. Enjoy the soothing sounds of the seashore.”
  • Pearl of the Abyss: Drop
    Use: You feel compelled to place the dark pearl upon your head. . .  why would you do that?!
  • Shadescale: Drop (Nazjatar: Shassera)
    Use: Grasp the shadows around the scale, and perceive the world as if it were midnight.

    Holding the scale clouds your eyes in otherworldly night.”
  • Shirakess Warning Sign: Drop (Nazjatar: Tidemistress Leth’sindra)
    Use: Place a Warning Sign that lasts for 1 minute.  A message can be carved into the sign, causing it to last for 1 hour and making it visible to other players.
  • Underlight Sealamp: Drop (Nazjatar)
    Use: Place the lamp.
  • Zanj’ir Weapon Rack: Drop (Nazjatar)
    Use: Equip a naga weapon.
Source: Vendors
  • Jar of Sunwarmed Sand: Vendor (Otela – Tanaris)
    Use: Sprinkle the dust, and perceive the world as if it were midday.
    “This sand has seen the noon sun of thousands of days.”
  • Symbol of Gral: Vendor (Nazjatar: Finder Pruc or Artisan Okata)
    Believe in Gral and be blessed. “The more that carry Gral’s symbol, the stronger the presence of the lost one grows.”

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Tauren and Gnome Heritage Armor

Players with maximum-level (120) gnomes or tauren who are Exalted with their faction (Gnomeregan or Thunder Bluff respectively) will be able to embark on a new quest line for each race to learn more about their history. Once you complete your quest, you’ll gain a new Heritage Armor transmogrification set unique to your race and be able to show off your pride.

Players will also first need to complete the War Campaign quest Stay of Execution, on any character regardless of faction. Stay of Execution will be available shortly after the launch of Rise of Azshara.

Gnome Heritage Armor
Rise up to any challenge and show off the cog-nitive prowess of gnomish technology as you get ready to bolt into action in Mechagon and beyond.
Tauren Heritage Armor
Stand proud as you reconnect with your ancestors through a spirit journey to honor your tauren heritage.

Begin your journey by visiting the embassy in Orgrimmar or Stormwind after Rise of Azshara arrives.

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