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Patch 8.2 is live for two weeks and we still have no signs of the Alliance Bee mounts teased at last year's BlizzCon.

Bee mounts were teased during last year's "What's Next" panel at BlizzCon, but we still know very little of them even after Rise of Azshara went live.

Datamining suggests that the acqusition questline is related to a NPCs named Barry the Beekeeper and [PH] Hivename Hivemother and it will take place in Stormsong Valley. Here are the entries we found for the Bee faction:

  • Tidebreak Hive
    • A species of bee known for their unusual size. While newcomers to Stormsong Valley, they quickly made their presence known to adventurers and insect enthusiasts alike.
  • Tidebreak Guardian
  • Tidebreak Hivemother
  • Tidebreak Harvester

The following quests have been added to Stormsong Valley in Patch 8.2:

PH Bee Mount PH Bee Mount

You can find a bunch of recolors of the mount here.

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Fly Animation

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For what it's worth, a pin in the WoW Secret Finding Discord suggests the mount cannot be obtained just yet. Did Blizzard forget to add it to the live version of the game?

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2 hours ago, multiboxing said:

lol how funny would it bee if someone at blizzard really did forget to put it in the patch lol!

I see what you did there

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9 hours ago, multiboxing said:

lol how funny would it bee if someone at blizzard really did forget to put it in the patch lol!

It's not so long ago when Blizzard forgot to make the chest which rewards Shoe Shine Kit Shoe Shine Kit lootable ?.

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4 hours ago, Yolo said:

I don't know why, but my mind reads the title with Samuel L. Jacksons voice. 

Great now I'm doing it xD

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6 hours ago, Yolo said:

I don't know why, but my mind reads the title with Samuel L. Jacksons voice. 

 

1 hour ago, Bobbis said:

Great now I'm doing it xD

OMG I hear it in my head now, but with the image as him as Nick Fury  lol

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1 hour ago, multiboxing said:

 

OMG I hear it in my head now, but with the image as him as Nick Fury  lol

Nah all about Frozone

WHERE - IS - MY - BEE - MOUNT!

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Just bee a little more patient. Perhaps we will find out at some point, maybe in another patch.

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