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Shadowlands Alpha 9.0.1 Build 33978 Mounts: Part 1

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It's time to look at the first batch of mounts coming in the Shadowlands expansion. The initial preview features Ardenweald stags, automation lions, Vicious War Spiders, and new Winged Lion mounts.

Ardenweald Stag Mount

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Ardenweald Stag Mount 2

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Automaton Lion

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Automaton Lion 2

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Vicious War Spider (Alliance)

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Vicious War Spider (Horde)

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Winged 2 Lion Mount

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