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Shadowlands PvP Season 3 Gladiator Mount Preview: Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater (Outdated)

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Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater is a mount rewarded to Gladiators in PvP Season 3 which starts in Patch 9.2.

UPDATE (Nov 30): Blizzard confirmed in a tweet that the plan is to have the red tint of the mount as a gladiator reward for Season 3, instead of the tint previewed in this article.

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Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater - "This soul eater's gaze unnerves you. Best not meet its eyes for too long."

The Cosmic Gladiator's Soul Eater is a recolor of the existing gladiator soul eater model that were added in Shadowlands.


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