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Engineering is one of those World of Warcraft
professions that seem to always get the short end of the stick. Every now
and then Engineers are thrown a few cool schematics or two, but overall
those that take this profession are usually left wishing for more.
However, that does not keep us from hoping for something truly awesome to
fall upon this profession and really it has been too long. This stands to
change in Patch 5.4 with the announcement of a brand new schematic that is
bound to make Engineers everywhere squeal with glee.

Sky Golem in Patch 5.4

It has been discovered that in Patch 5.4
Engineers will be getting an early Christmas presents of sorts. This
present comes in the form of a brand new schematic that is sure to pique
the interest of every player. This schematic will allow the Engineer who
has mastered the profession to create the Sky Golem.

The Sky Golem is, as you may already have
assumed, a mount created by the Engineering profession. This mount comes
to us in the form of a shredder, such as those often used by the Goblins
in Stranglethorn Vale. Earlier, it had been rumored that the Sky Golem
would look more like a claw from a claw machine attached to a giant
propeller. It was also rumored that the official name for this mount would
be the “Sky Claw”.

However, this new shredder suit model is (at
least in this writer's humble opinion) so much better. Not only does the
shredder suit look better suited to the Engineering profession, the over
all feel of the model gives us the profession that this mount has been put
together with nuts and bolts. Which, as we know, is the essence of the
Engineering profession in World of Warcraft. The Sky Golem comes in four
different color combinations and each of these colors looks pretty good on
the mount.

At one point in time it was believed that the
Sky Golem would be able to haul more than one player. This cannot be
confirmed and at this point in time we must assume that only one player
will be able to make use of this mount. However, we can turn those frowns
upside down when we note that this mount will finally allow someone other
than Druids to pick herbs from the skies without ever dismounting.

Wondering what the Sky Golem will ultimately
look like in action once Patch 5.4 is released? Wonder no more! Check out
this exciting Youtube video of the Sky Golem in all it's untamed glory:

How to Get It

Now you are probably wondering how exactly you
can get your hands on one of these little beauties and I do not blame you.
As mentioned above, the Sky Golem can only be crafted by those of the
Engineering profession. While it has not been confirmed, it is pretty easy
to assume that only high level Engineers will be able to craft this mount.

Other than being an Engineer, the mount will
cost 30 Living Steel and 30 of Jard's Peculiar Energy Source. Sounds easy
right? Wrong! Living Steel is a reagent transmuted by Alchemists from 6
Trillium Bars. However, this transmute can only be done once a day by any
one Alchemist.

As for Jard's Peculiar Energy Source, little
is known. Originally this item was set to be launched in Patch 5.2,
however it was pulled and is now currently back in place for release with
Patch 5.4. How this item will be obtained remains a mystery. With that
being said, it appears that many new Engineering schematics introduced in
Patch 5.4 will require this reagent including Pierre, Advanced
Refrigeration Kit, and Rascal-Bot.

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The Sky Golem is exactly the thing that
Engineering needs to revitalize it. Not since the introduction of the
chopper mounts has this profession been so exciting. Hopefully the Sky
Golem is just the first step in a series of useful and worthwhile
schematics that we will see pumped into this often faltering profession.
Despite the awesomeness of the Sky Golem, we must keep in mind that Patch
5.4 is still in the testing phase. This means that any information
provided about this mount could change before the release of this patch.
Let us all hope that if anything if changes are made they are only to make
this super cool mount even better. Keep your fingers crossed!

What do you think of the Sky Golem Engineering
Mount? Share your thoughts with us by using the comment section below!

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Last Updated: Mar 29, 2016

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