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WoW: Shadowlands - Easy Mounts To Get

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Players looking to get a mount quickly in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands might not know which to try for, but there are plenty to choose from.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is a massive expansion where players can learn more about the Underworld of WoW. While some have gone quickly through the content, like the record holder for the first Shadowlands character to get to the new level cap, some have been taking their time. If new players are looking to cover more ground, they can grab themselves one of the easy-to-get mounts to make travel around the Shadowlands a little easier.

Updated May 14, 2021 by Mina Smith: There are a few new mounts to add to this list now that Shadowlands has been out for some time. This article has also been updated to include new information and edited a little for clarity.

If players have been out of the loop for Retail World of Warcraft or only have a subscription to play WoW Classic's upcoming addition, The Burning Crusade, they may not have a mount in retail. There are two main types of mounts that players can get: walking mounts and those that fly. The flying mounts can really make a difference in how quickly players can move from one end of the world to the other while walking mounts improve walking speed substantially. Either way, players will want their first mount in WoW to be a quick and easy one to grab so they can get moving.

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Mists of Pandaria Mount: Grand Expedition Yak

 

For those looking for a mount that is also a vendor, this easy-to-get Yak is the best possible mount. Players just have to make it to the Kun-Lai Summit in Mists of Pandaria and find the village of One Keg. In this village is Uncle Bigpocket, a vendor that will sell the reins to this mount for 120,000 gold.

Shadowlands Mounts: Spinemaw Gladechewer

This dangerous-looking giant bug comes from the Shadowlands zone of Ardenweald. While not the best-looking of the mounts, it is a guaranteed drop from one of the elites in the area. First, players should head to the Mistveil Tangle and look for the rare spawn among the Deranged Guardians riding Bristlecone Terrors. Killing the Bristlecone Terrors once the Guardians have been thrown from their backs creates a chance for the rare spawn, named Gormtamer Tizo, to appear. Once players have found Gormtamer Tizo, kill him. If Chompy, a large Carapid mount, spawns afterward, players can kill it for a guaranteed drop of the Spinemaw Gladechewer mount.

Shadowlands Mounts: Blanchy's Reins (Sinrunner Blanchy)

This ghost horse is Shadowlands version of the Westfall horse that was killed during the Cataclysm. Players can find this mount in Revendreth, the setting for the World of Warcraft short Afterlives. This is one of the few easy-to-nab mounts that players could feasibly get before level 45. Considering Apprentice Riding only requires level 10, players can get this mount as early as they can survive the Shadowlands content.

To get this undead horse, players just have to feed it and be nice to it for six days. Every day that players go to visit this undead warhorse, it will ask for something different to eat.

  • Day 1 - 8 Handfuls of Oats (Westfall, near Saldean's Farm)
  • Day 2 - 1 Grooming Brush (Revendreth, talk to Snickersnee)
  • Day 3 - 4 Sturdy Horseshoes (Revendreth, scattered on roads in the southeast part of the map)
  • Day 4 - 1 Empty Water Bucket, filled with Clean Water (Revendreth, Get Clean Water from either Ardenweald or Bastion)
  • Day 5 - 1 Comfortable Saddle Blanket (Revendreth, purchase from Ta'tru)
  • Day 6 - 3 Dredhollow Apples (Revendreth, purchase from Mims)

After giving Blanchy the final apple, players will now have a new mount. Although it's kind of a long process, all the steps are pretty simple. Players should be able to purchase most of these items from the World of Warcraft Auction House or find them lying around Revendreth.

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Shadowlands Mounts: Arboreal Gulper

Currently in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, this mount is a guaranteed drop. All players have to do is use an Unusually Large Mushroom to summon Humon'gozz and kill it. First, players just have to find the massive Mushroom, which can drop off of nearly any enemy in Ardenweald. Unfortunately, the mushroom will degrade in 20 real-time minutes, so players have to be able to get to the spawn point and kill Humon'gozz relatively quickly. A group of a few friends or guildmates should make this kill swift though; Humon'gozz doesn't have a whole lot of health.

Shadowlands Mounts: Shimmermist Runner

The Shimmermist Runner requires that players properly navigate the labyrinth at Mistveil Tangle, then fight Shizgher at the end of it. If players take the wrong path, then both the mount and Shizgher will disappear instead of initiating battle.

  • Enter the Maze in Oaken Assembly at 31.04, 54.51
  • Go Left at the first intersection
  • Go Right at the second
  • Left at the third
  • Right at the fourth
  • Forward through the fifth
  • Then go Left at the sixth intersection
  • Kill Shizgher

Shadowlands Mounts: Wildseed Cradle

Of all the mounts, this Cradle is by far the easiest. In order to get this strange-looking cradle, players will need to find some hidden stuff located around Ardenweald. First, players need to reassemble Twinklestar's Gardening Toolkit by collecting all of the pieces and bringing them back to this NPC.

  • Gardener's Basket - On the Fountain at 40.30 52.65
  • Gardener's Hammer - Look in the cart at 39.76 54.46
  • Diary of the Night - Top platform's table at 38.99 56.99
  • Gardener's Flute - Look to the ground, near the tree at 38.49 58.07
  • Gardener's Wand - Under a cart at 38.86 60.05

Collect them and Twinklestar will grant the player Moonsight. This will allow them to see the treasure chest nearby and allow them to open it; it's one of the many hidden Secret Treasures all over the Shadowlands map. Inside this chest will be the Wildseed Cradle's reigns.

Shadowlands Mounts: Swift Gloomhoof

Only players that have started the Shadowlands expansion and have chosen to align themselves with the Night Fae Covenant in Ardenweald can get this mount. So if a players is already planning to join the Court of Night, this mount will be pretty easy to grab for them. First, collect the quest from Lady of the Falls called Trouble at the Gormling Corral. Complete all quests in this quest chain:

  • Trouble at the Gormling Corral
  • Trouble in the Banks
  • Breaking A Few Eggs
  • Tending to the Tenders
  • Unsafe Workplace
  • Gifts of the Forest
  • Tied Totem Toter
  • Well, Tell the Lady

Next, complete the Tricky Spriggans questline, also from the Lady of the Falls.

  • Tricky Spriggans
  • Ages-Echoing Wisdom
  • Idle Hands
  • The Sweat of Our Brow
  • Craftsman Needs No Tools
  • Spirit-Gathering Labor
  • The Games We Play
  • Outplayed

After that, complete the first ten quests of the Night Warrior’s Curse, part of the Night Fae Covenant Campaign.

  • The Speaker of Elune
  • Broken Webs
  • A Little Pruning
  • Spriggan Snares
  • The Garden of Night
  • Broken Harts
  • Archivist on the Edge
  • Curses!
  • A Secret Never Spoken
  • A Token of Lost Love

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For the most part, those looking to join the Night Fae will most likely complete these anyway, so most Ardenweald players won't have extra to do here. Getting quests done with a chosen covenant is one of the best things for Shadowlands players to be doing after level 60 anyway.

Next, players need to find a broken Soulweb, which will be located on top of a platform, up a root, at 19.8, 63.4. There will be a cart there; players just have to look behind it. Plyers should then bring the broken Soulweb back to Elder Gwenna at Glitterfall Basin along with 10 Lightless Silk, and this will fix the Soulweb. Next, players need to ask Ysera to enchant the Soulweb, which will turn it into a Dream Catcher. This item is needed to see the Night Mare at Dreamshrine Basin in the shadow realm. Once acquired, players just have to use it in the Basin, the Night Mare will appear, players have to kill the Night Mare, and finally, this mount will drop.

Shadowlands Mounts: Silky Shimmermoth

The Silky Shimmermoth is another mount that can be found in Ardenweald. Players of any of the four new World of Warcraft: Shadowlands covenants can purchase this mount once they have completed some amphitheater battles. For seven days, players need to go to the Star Lake Amphitheatre and fight different rare elites.

The elite of the day will rotate randomly, so players will have to make sure that day's elite isn't one they have already killed. Once players have 5,000 Anima and have defeated seven different Star Lake Amphitheatre elites, they can purchase the mount from Master Clerk Salorn outside of the Amphitheatre. If players are saving their Anima to purchase Shadowlands Renown, though, this may not be the right mount.

Wrath of the Lich King Mount: Bronze Drake

An oldie but a goodie, the Bronze Drake is a classic flying mount. While it's not as flashy as some of the new dragons, this Bronze mount has a 100% drop rate; while it's not one of the rarest mounts from Wrath of the Lich King, it certainly is the easiest to get. All players have to do is head into the The Culling of Stratholme instance and complete it before the 15-minute timer runs out and defeat the Infinite Corruptor. That's all. The Reins of the Bronze Drake will be loot from the fight.

Shadowlands Mounts: Umbral Scythehorn

The Umbral Scythehorn is one of those WoW mounts that players can just buy if they are friendly with the right people. All players need for this guy is 5000 gold and to be revered with the Court of Night under the Winter Queen in Ardenweald. Spindlenose sells them. If players are planning to be revered with this or any other group, check and see if that group also has a mount that can be purchased as an easy method.

Free WoW Mount: Wandering Ancient

The Wandering Ancient will be the free mount for Shadowlands, so all players have to do is purchase Shadowlands to get this one.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is now available for PC.

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Shadowlands mounts, listed by model

Wandering Ancient

Anima Gorgers

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Animites

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Corpseflies

Gorms

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Vicious Gorms

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Ardenmoths

Vicious Alliance Spiders

Vicious Horde Spiders

Dredbats

Blizzard Polar Bears

Deathrocs

Skyblazers

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Skullboars

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Stitched Darkhounds

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Vulpin

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Devourer Maulers

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Maw Dragonhawks

Death Elementals

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Broker Geargliders

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Wildseed Cradles

Larions

Aquilons

Gravewings

Eternal Phalynxes

Phalynxes

Unsaddled N'Zoth Serpents

Razorwings

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Hearthstone Rats

Divine Oxen

Enchanted Runestags

Runestags

Armoured Tauraluses

Tauraluses

Soul Eaters

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Soulseekers

Shardhides

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Ardenweald Dreamrunners

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Bastion Dreamrunners

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Saddled Ardenweald Dreamrunners

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Saddled Bastion Dreamrunners

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Horses w/ Purple Tack

Maw Gloomchargers

Spectral Revendreth Horses

Armoured Gargons

Gargons

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Ardentoads

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Maw Hands

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

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Warp Stalker

Wilderlings

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Death Chimaeras

Unassigned mounts and unused appearances :

Alternate colours that are not yet assigned to upcoming mounts.

Mana Rays

Models coming soon

Dragonhawks

Coming in Shadowlands:

Spelltomes

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Grand Hippogryphs

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Lightforged Talbuks

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The coolest World of Warcraft mounts that take absolutely no effort to get

You want to look like a badass in World of Warcraft, but you don't have the time or energy to sit and farm Invincible, Arthas' warhorse, for 500 hours. Or maybe you haven't spent years hoarding a few million gold to drop on the Black Market Auction House for a sweet ride like everyone's favorite long-necked dino. Or, hell, maybe you're just extremely lazy. No judgements. Whatever the reason is, you can get around in style in World of Warcraft without wasting countless hours of your life, and without breaking the bank. If you're the type of person who just wants a cool mount without much effort this is the guide for you.

Below you'll find a list of very cool mounts that either have a 100 percent drop rate, simply require you to mess around some of World of Warcraft's older zones, or mounts that cost just a modest amount of gold. Here are some of my favorite, and easiest to get, mounts in World of Warcraft.

(You can click on the mount's name to see its Wowhead page for more info.)

Bronze Drake

What is better than a good dragon to ride around on? Nothing, that's what. The Bronze Drake is truly a classic, and it has aged gracefully. It might not be as fancy as WoW's modern dragon mounts—lacking both the polygon count and cool visual effects, but there's beauty in its simplicity. Also younger players will probably think you got this from some uber-challenging raid boss from way back in the day or something. The best part is, this bad boy takes less than 15 minutes to acquire, and it is a 100 percent drop chance.

How to get it: To acquire the Bronze Drake all you have to do is go to The Culling of Stratholme instance, a dungeon in the Caverns of Time, reenacting one of Warcraft 3's most iconic scenes. But you're not here for that, you're here to get your inner Sonic the Hedgehog on and go fast. All you have to do is complete the dungeon, following the markers on your minimap, before the timer expires. Given that this dungeon is nearly 15 years old, it's a cake walk. When you get to the end of the dungeon you can walk straight past Mal'ganis and face off against Infinite Corruptor—who you will easily kill in just one shot. Loot your defeated foe to claim your prize, Reins of the Bronze Drake. 

Shimmermist Runner

Look at this horse. My horse is amazing. Shimmermist Runner is a new addition in Shadowlands and may be one of the coolest mounts in the game. And it takes less than five minutes to get her. This is probably my favorite mount from Shadowlands, and the one I use most often.

How to get: Head down to Ardenweald—more specifically the area called Root-Home—and get ready to traverse the maze of Tirna Scithe. You'll need to take a very specific route through Tirna Scithe, but our guide has all the necessary steps (and also shows you how to get some other very easy Shadowlands-specific mounts). Once you get to the end of the maze there's one rare mob that stands in the way of you and your horse. Take it down and claim your prize.  

Grand Expedition Yak

In the time it took you to read this opening sentence, you could have already purchased this yak. That's how easy it is. The only downside is that the Grand Expedition Yak does cost a modest 120,000 gold—which will take a little bit of time if you're brand new. Most of you should have the coin, though. It's worth it because this is one of the most useful mounts in the game. It has both a transmog vendor and a regular vendor strapped to either side of the saddle. Now you can empty your bags or change your appearance in a pinch.

How to get: To get your hands on this mighty mount you'll have to head to Kun-Lai Summit in Mists of Pandaria, and make your way to the village of One Keg on your map. From there it's a simple jaunt to the east where you'll find Uncle Bigpocket, who will gladly sell you this most prized yak. 

Arboreal Gulper

The Arboreal Gulper is the current meme mount of Shadowlands. If you own it and spend enough time hanging around popular cities like Oribos, you're bound to find an opportunity to join congo lines or form a massive circle of players all sitting astride their own Arboreal Gulper. It's also just one of the coolest, and easiest to obtain mounts in World of Warcraft. The Gulper is a 100 percent drop chance from a rare mob found in Ardenweald.

How to get: To start you need to loot an Unusually Large Mushroom, from any mob in all of Ardenweald. Any mob can drop the mushroom, and more likely than not you've already had one, or a dozen, and not even noticed. After you've acquired your mushroom, you can head off to spawn Humon'gozz, a rare boss with a fair amount of HP (I'd recommend bringing a friend or two to help you down him, as you'll all get the mount). If you're having any trouble getting Humon'gozz to spawn, or downing him, check out our guide. After you have your Gulper the world is your… fly? Osyster? I'm not sure, but enjoy your time in Gulper trains around Oribos, Gulper choruses outside of Castle Nathria, or maybe just enjoy life on the hop. 

Red Flying Cloud

If you've ever seen any of the Dragon Ball animes, you are well acquainted with Goku's awesome flying cloud. Now how cool would it be to have one of your own? Well if you're exalted with the Lorewalkers, which, considering they were a Mists of Pandaria rep is decently likely, or if you're willing to grind out the now trivial reputation, all you have to do is fly around and pick up a few scrolls and turn them into Lorewalker Cho. If you prefer a video guide, check this out from Nobbel. Once that errand is done, it's time to enjoy your cloud. And it will only take an hour or two.

How to get: The Red Flying Cloud is a simple 600 gold purchase away, all you have to do is head to the Vale of Eternal Blossoms and speak to Tan Shin Tiao after reaching exalted status with the Lorewalkers. Not only is the Red Flying Cloud a cool crossover, it is one of the more timeless mounts in World of Warcraft.

Smoldering Ember Wyrm

The Smoldering Ember Wyrm (or Nightbane) is one of World of Warcraft's most poorly kept secrets, but now that we have moved past the Legion expansion it's easy to get on your own, and is one of the coolest dragon mounts in the game. Who doesn't want to ride around on a flaming skeleton dragon?

How to get: To get your hands on Nightbane you'll have to go into Karazhan—the Legion dungeon, not the original vanilla one. If you're confused, here's a guide. Once inside the dungeon, you're going to see a message in chat that reads "The strange chill of a dark presence winds through the air." This is the beginning of a secret timer that requires you to  find five crystals in five minutes, though each crystal resets the timer back to five minutes. The guide on the exact locations of each can be found on Wowhead. Don't worry, though. If you're level 60 it shouldn't take more than a single try as the timer was initially designed for max-level players back in Legion. You'll be way stronger than that and can probably one-shot most monsters. Once you've finished running all over the tower you will face off against Nightbane himself. He was a tough boss at the time, but not anymore. Smoldering Ember Wyrm has a 20 percent chance to drop, so it's not a guarantee. But running this a few times will probably only take you an hour or so. 

Sandstone Drake

The final mount on our guide is extremely unique: You don't ride it, you transform into it. It even has an extra seat so a friend can ride you. Sandstone Drake is an extremely useful mount, as one of the few two-seater flying mounts in World of Warcraft. This drake is traditionally a recipe learned through Alchemy— but we have a shortcut. Because otherwise what's the point of this lazy farming guide?

How to get: As I said above, there's two ways to get Sandstone Drake, you can loot the Recipe: Vial of Sands from Archaeology, and then spend a whole bunch of time farming a bunch of items—boring. Your other option is going to your favorite auction house and purchasing "Vial of the Sands" for about 60,000 gold and skipping all that. Who said money can't buy happiness?

If these none of these mounts pique your interest, here's some other awesome mounts that just might:

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