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Here's a preview of Arathi Lynx mounts coming in The War Within expansion.

The mounts currently have no source indicated and come in various tints as shown below.











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recolors... great..


what about hire the designers who designed the t5 and t6 sets, the last cool unique items in the game?

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On 4/20/2024 at 11:46 PM, zigrifid said:

Ok i might have misread your title and thought of this 



I can see riding that np.

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