Gamers are dreamers, and since we first set foot in
Azeroth we have
dreamed of flying through its skies as free as wyverns and gryphons.
While The Burning
expansion gave us our virtual version of
Kitty Hawk, it wasn't until Cataclysm
that the skies became truly
friendly and we were finally free to move about without limits.

Like almost every other aspect of WoW, flying mounts are a progression
based affair and if you wish to use your mount in the most possible
locations you will need to have all expansions enabled, meet various
level requirements and have appropriate amounts of gold to purchase
both the skills and the steeds.

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Name Cost Speed Grants Requirments Expert  250g 150% Standard Flight Level 60 Artisan  5000g 280% Epic Flight Level 70 Master  5000g 310% Mach 3 Flight Level 80 Cold Weather Flying  500g   Flying in Northend (WotLK) Level 68 & Expert Flight Master's License  250g Flight in Old World ( style="font-style: italic;">Cataclysm) Level 60 & Expert

With patch 4.0.1
all flying mount speed was modified to match the top skill
level of its user.

Regular Flying Mounts

Standard Flying Mounts for the factions
are Gryphons for the Alliance and Wyverns for the Horde. Vendors sell
both the rare and epic versions.

Gryphon Vendors -

  •  Brunn
      at Wildhammer Stronghold in
    Shadowmoon Valley.
  •  Grunda
    at Honor Hold in Hellfire Peninsula.
  •  Mei
    in Dalaran.
  •  Tannec Stonebeak in Stormwind City.

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Tannec Stonebeak

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Found on the walkway
overlooking the lake, next to the Flightmaster.

Wyvern Vendors -

  •   style="color: inherit;">Dama Wildmane 
    at Shadowmoon Village in Shadowmoon Valley.
  •   style="color: inherit;">Bana Wildmane 
    at Thrallmar in Hellfire
  •   style="color: inherit;">Mei Francis 
    in Dalaran.
  •  Drakma in Orgrimmar.

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Doras has a Wyvern with your
name on it.

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Found on the upper level, next
to the Flightmaster.


Crafted Mounts    

Player crafted mounts have been around since style="font-style: italic;">The Burning Crusade and
were once restricted to Engineers and Tailors, but with the release of
Cataclysm has
expanded to allow alchemists to join the party. There are
several interesting differences between the Alchemist mount and those of
the other two professions - most notable is that the end result is
tradeable and that it also requires Archeology to discover the recipe.


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Name Profession
- Skill Level Flying
Machine Control
Engineering - 300 Flying
Tailoring - 300 title="Turbo-Charged Flying Machine Control is an epic quality item.">Turbo-Charged
Flying Machine Control  Engineering - 375 Magnificent Flying Carpet Tailoring - 425 Frosty Flying Carpet Tailoring - 425 Vial of Sands Alchemy - 525 (and high level Archeology)

Faction Reward Mounts

Faction grinds come in all shapes and
sizes, but some of the best are ones that grant those of exalted status
a shiny new flying mount.

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Name Cost Faction Cenarion War Hippogryph 2,000g Cenarion Expedition Netherwing Drakes 200g Netherwing Nether Rays 200g Sha'tari Skygaurd Red Drake 1,600g Wyrmrest Accord Silver Covenant Hippogryph 150 Champion's Seals Silver Covenant Sunreaver Dragonhawk 150 Champion's Seals Sunreavers Drake of the West Wind 200 Tol Barad Commendations Hellscream's Reach / Baradin's Wardens

Achievement Mounts

As if the coolness of those achievement
points weren't enough (ok, lets face it, they are meaningless) you can
also get some pretty wicked looking flying mounts if you keep your nose
to the grindstone.

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Name Achievement Blue and Red Dragonhawk Mounts Mountain o' Mounts Reigns of the Albino Drake Leading the Cavalry Red Proto-Drake Glory of the Hero Violet Proto-Drake What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been  Rusted Proto-Drake Glory of the Ulduar Raider (10) Ironbound Proto-Drake Glory of the Ulduar Raider (25) Bloodbathed Frostbrood Vanquisher Glory of the Icecrown Raider (10) Icebound Frostbrood Vanquisher Glory of the Icecrown Raider (25) Volcanic Stone Drake Glory of the Cataclysm Hero Drake of the East Wind Glory of the Cataclysm Raider Drake of the Dark Phoenix Guild Glory of the Cataclysm Raider

Other Notable Mounts

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Name Source Ashes of Al'ar Kael'thas Sunstrider - Tempest Keep: The Eye Azure Drake Malygos - Eye of Eternity Black Drake Sarthirion 3D (10) - The Obsidian Sanctum Blue Drake
Heroic Oculous Cache
Blue Proto-Drake Skadi - Heroic Utgarde Pinnacle Bronze Drake
Infinite Corrupter - Heroic Culling of Stratholme
Drake of the North Wind Altarius - Vortex Pinnacle Drake of the South Wind Al'Akir - Throne of the Four Winds Green Proto-Drake Cracked Egg (Random reward from Oracles faction vendor) Invincible Heroic Lich King (25) - Icecrown Citadel Mimiron's Head Yogg-Saron (Zero Keepers) - Ulduar Phosphorescent Stone Drake Aeonaxx - Deepholm (rare elite) Time-Lost Proto-Drake Time-Lost Proto-Drake - The Storm Peaks (rare elite) Twilight Drake Sarthirion 3D (25) - The Obsidian Sanctum Vitreous Stone Drake Slabhide - The Stonecore X-53 Touring Rocket Refer-a-Friend Program

Stay tuned as more mounts are added to the game, and if you find any
noteable ommissions - let us know in our forums.

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016


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