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A List of All Mounts Coming in Patch 9.1

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Our 9.1 datamining continues with a list of all mounts coming in the first major patch of Shadowlands!

  • Harvester's Dredwing - The dredwings of the Harvesters fear no mawsworn, and will gleefully sink their teeth into anything that threatens Sinfall.
  • Mawsworn Charger (Rewarded from the Torghast, Tower of the Damned achievement) - The fate of all horse mounts.
  • Hand of Hrestimorak (Glory of the Sanctum Raider Reward) - A race of giants was sent to the Maw long ago, and threatened the Jailer for supremacy of his realm. Their bound hands are all that remain.
  • Battle-Hardened Aquilon - The aquilon can be a valuable ally in combat, with capabilities exceeding those of the phalynx.
  • Tazavesh Gearglider - Brokers of all types use these gliders to travel around Tazavesh and similar nearby outposts, and carry their goods as well.
  • Lord of the Corpseflies - To be the Lord of the Corpseflies, you've got to lay a LOT of eggs.
  • Soaring Razorwing (Requires Exalted with Death's Advance, Costs 7,500 Stygia) - The hide of the razorwing is light, allowing it to fly, but also quite tough, allowing them to survive passage into the Maw.
  • Tamed Mauler - When it comes to taming devourers, all it takes is a little anima and a lot of patience. And a lot of healing potions.
  • Beryl Shardhide (Source: Death's Advance Paragon Reputation Bag) - These shardhides find it easy to hide in the underbrush, and it is rare to find one that is tamed.
  • Vicious War Gorm - The gorm love eating the corpses of your enemies, so this seemed like a natural fit.
  • Vengeance (Drops from Sylvanas in Sanctum of Domination on Mythic difficulty) - Sylvanas lost a part of herself, the day Arthas took her life, and the darkness within her grew to fill the void.
  • Hand of Bahmeht (Drops from Tormentors of Torghast in the Maw) - Bahmeht was the first to fall, and felt the full wrath of Zovaal's punishments.
  • Wild Hunt Legsplitter (Drops from War Chest of the Wild Hunt in the Maw) - Integrated into the depleted forces of the Wild Hunt, the fawn riders quickly found that the gorm's powerful mandibles were perfect for cutting down close enemy ranks.
  • Undying Darkhound (Drops from War Chest of the Undying Army in the Maw) - The Undying Darkhound's parts have graced many battlefields, yet this latest battle may have been the first time they all fought together.
  • Unchained Gladiator's Soul Eater (Season 2 Gladiator Mount) - This soul eater's gaze unnerves you. Best not meet its eyes for too long.
  • Cartel Master's Gearglider - Only the richest cartel leaders are able to afford the metals required to craft the Cartel Master's Gearglider.
  • Pilfered Gearglider - Theft is not a crime in Tazavesh, it's more of a way of life.
  • Slver Gearglider - A more expensive version of your typical glider, owned by cartel higher-ups.
  • Ardenweald Wilderling (New Night Fae Covenant Mount?) - As anima flows to the distant wealds of Ardenweald once more, the wilderlings awaken and cautiously emerge from their canopy burrows.
  • Autumnal Wilderling - The wilderlings are benevolent, magical creatures of Ardenweald, and are drawn to souls that are strong and pure.
  • Winter Wilderling - Wilderlings serve as support units in battle, preserving their allies and rendering enemy magics useless.
  • Summer Wilderling - Summer wilderlings grow rapidly, in tune with their seasonal nature.
  • Spring Wilderling - These wilderlings constantly smell of spring flowers. Woe be to the adventurer with allergies.
  • Obsidian Gravewing - In the darkened skies of Revendreth, you cannot see these creatures coming until it is too late.
  • Sinfall Gravewing (New Venthyr Covenant Mount) - With anima once again flowing in Sinfall, the Stonewright has been able to infuse these Stoneborn, making them valuable allies in the battles to come.
  • Pale Gravewing - Gravewings know no fear and are nearly indestructible -- perfect for an assault on the Maw.
  • Elysian Aquilon (New Kyrian Covenant Mount) - With anima once agian flowing to the Eternal Forge in Bastion, the plans for the aquilon centurion could be crafted once more.
  • Foresworn Aquilon - The forsworn threat remains, and the plans for the aquilon have been stolen. Luckily, the foes were caught before too many of these were produced.
  • Ascendant's Aquilon - The aquilon can rapidly transport aspirants, stewards, and even ascended to a location. Hey, sometimes your wings get tired.
  • Maldraxxian Corpsefly (New Necrolord Covenant Mount) - orpseflies were once found throughout Maldraxxus, but many died out in the absence of anima. With anima flowing once again, they swarm.
  • Regal Corpsefly - Only the forces of Maldraxxus would call a corpsefly "Regal."
  • Battlefield Swarmer - Corpseflies are strongly attracted to the smell of dead bodies and will swarm an active battlefield as soon as the first corpse falls.
  • Sanctum Gloomcharger (Drops from the Nine in Sanctum of Domination) - Only the Jailer's most powerful lieutenants are gifted these steeds to stalk the halls of the Tower.
  • Soulbound Gloomcharger (Drops from Ve'nari Scavenged Supplies in the Maw) - Ven'ari has many methods of sneaking around the Maw and disrupting the Jailer's plans, including binding his own minions.
  • Fallen Charger (Drops from the Fallen Charger in the Maw) - The charger's screams echo across the Maw as it continues a never-ending ride across the land, forever looking for escape from the endless torments it has been forced to endure.
  • Hand of Nilganihmaht (Drops in the Maw) - Of all giants, Nilganihmaht threatened Zovaal the most. For this transgression, the giant's hand was put in a state of limbo and the rings binding it to the Shadowrealm were scattered across the Maw.
  • Hand of Salarangor (Rewarded from the Korthia and the Maw achievement) - Salarangor was the most cunning, and hid amongst the Beastwarrens. When he struck, it was with an alliance of bestial allies. It did not matter.
  • Amber Shardhide (Requires Revered with Death's Advance in Korthia, costs 5,000 Stygia) - The bright colors of Korthian wildlife indicate that they have either few predators, or are tough enough to fight back.
  • Crimson Shardhide - When Korthia was pulled into the maw, only a few, hardy species survived.
  • Darkmaul - An older shardhide, Darkmaul was relatively tame and friendly around Korthians. He was thought lost to the calamity.
  • Fierce Razorwing (Drops from Death's Advance Supplies) - Razorwings generally stay away from other Korthian species, but with time and patience, they can be tamed as well.
  • Garnet Razorwing - Korthia was once known for its bright red flowers. Several species were known for consuming or rolling in them, and taking on bright red coloration as a result.
  • Dusklight Razorwing - Razorwings can be seen throughout Korthia, making their nests on high hills and in trees.
  • Maelie, the Wanderer - A curious and inquisitive doe, she doesn't mean to worry her master, she just gets distracted easily. Especially with all of the new things to see on Korthia.
  • Illidari Doomhawk (Drops from the Doomwalker in Tanaris) - Once a year, a rift in time appears, and strange things occur. The Illidari scouts and Doomwalker were quite surprised to find themselves in Tanaris.
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