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Cloudserpent
A Cloud Serpent mount

Cloud Serpent mounts are a type of creature raised and trained by the Pandaren as flying mounts. Players will be able to obtain one of their own as a mount through a series of daily quests that is estimated to take 20 days. At the beginning, players will be able to choose the color of their Serpent and its corresponding egg, helping to raise the small hatchling. This will involve such activities as racing.[1]

This questline takes place at max level (90).[1]

Riding these mounts will require [Cloud Serpent Riding] from the Order of the Cloud Serpent.[2] [Cloud Serpent Riding] requires players to be Exalted with The Order of the Cloud Serpent.

Quests Edit

Main article: Cloud serpent quests

This questline starts at Windward Isle to the northeast of Jade Forest and will be the usual grind of dailies and transition quests at each phase to gain reputation with the Order of the Cloud Serpent. Unlike most previous grinds, some of the rep can be gained via profession quests.

Mount items Edit

From Wowhead News:[3]

Reputation mounts Edit

Rewards Edit

Quest reward Edit

From Wowhead:[4]

Guild reward Edit

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Drops Edit

From Wowpedia:[5]

Datamined[2]

Media Edit

Mount gallery Edit

Videos Edit

Serpeant Riding Mounts [HD]

Serpeant Rider Mounts HD - World of Warcraft(01:59)
Courtesy of MMO Champion
Mists of Pandaria - Cloud Serpent Mount(03:01)
Other
New flying mount "Cloud Serpent", MoP Beta with Nobbel HD(02:35)

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References Edit

  1. ^ a b Mists of Pandaria 2012 Press Event. MMO Champion. Retrieved on 2012-03-19.
  2. ^ a b Ashelia 2012-07-18. Mists of Pandaria - Build 15882 - Spell Changes, Latest Additions, and Icons. Wowhead News.
  3. ^ perculia 2012-07-16. Mists of Pandaria: New Mounts. Wowhead News.
  4. ^ Reins of the Onyx Cloud Serpent. Wowhead News.
  5. ^ Cloud serpent mounts. Wowpedia News.

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