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A Great Goodbye to the Caravan Brutosaur

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The Mighty Caravan Brutosaur Mighty Caravan Brutosaur 5 million gold mount/Auction House/vendor/greatest door hazard of all time doesn't have long to live, with around a day in its NA sub-climate and two for EU. We've seen many giveaways recently and players falling over themselves to desperately get get one of the cooler (and more useful) mounts in WoW, and while there's still some time to get yours, many players will miss the mark. The following video is both a wonderful elegy for the mount itself, as well as a tragic tale of those that came so close and are about to fail:

And so goodbye from us as well, we hope to see you some time in the future after you get de-extinct. Also every day after the pre-patch with the thousands of players that already have it.

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1 hour ago, Borgoff33 said:

only way to get it now will be gold cap when ever they put it on the BMO

or the lost market cache .... if you are lucky enough to get it from it.

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i still think there should be a longboy without the whole auctionhouse and trader stuff on the back and it should be sold to a muche lower price and idk maybe exaltet with some faction or thomthing like that.

 

from the beginning of bfa a wantet this mount just because i loved the idea of a freaking brotosaur mount but the *filtered* heads at blizz must give the only version of it a freaking trader and auctionhouse on the back so you musst go full animal crossing to buy one.

for the love of the gods why would i need a auctionhouse everywhere i go? so i can buy flasks one minute before the raid ? prepare in advance god dammend

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