I Believe I Can Fly!

Our World of Warcraft community site has added a new guide detailing
all the information you will need in order to get one of those coveted
Flying Mounts in World of Warcraft. If you've wondered how costly
training for normal or epic flying skill is, or where to quest in order
to get a different type of epic flying mount, check out our latest

As you progress in your adventures at level 70, you
may wish to advance
your riding skill to Artisan, allowing you to ride mounts rivaling the
speed of the normal flightpath speeds. This is a costly endeavor, one
that many players spend hours upon hours saving up for, as it costs a
whopping 5000 gold to train Artisan riding. The mounts, however, all
average 200 gold, so all in all, you will need to procure 5200 gold in
order to fly faster in Outland.

  • href="http://wow.tentonhammer.com/index.php?module=ContentExpress&func=display&ceid=976">WoW:
    Guide to Flying Mounts
  • Comments? Questions? Head over to our href="http://forums.tentonhammer.com/showthread.php?p=198413#post198413">WoW
    forum to post them

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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2016

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