Wow Mounts Tagged Articles RSS Feed | Wow Mounts RSS Feed on en Launch Media Network WoW 7.3 Guide: How to Get the Biletooth Gnasher Mount Sun, 10 Sep 2017 12:42:36 -0400 Kieran Desmond

World of Warcraft's latest 7.3: Shadow of Argus patch introduces a load of new content into the prolific MMO. This of course means new loot to grind the hours away for, one of the cooler looking drops being the Biletooth Gnasher mount. Thankfully, this mount is far more simple to acquire than some of the other mounts in the update. This guide will help you snag one of these demonic beasts for you and your toons.

So far it's been confirmed that the Gnasher drops from 3 rare-elite enemies on Argus in the Antoran Wastes section of the map. Each of these elite enemies can be killed once per day, per character for a chance at the mount dropping.

Those elites are:

Vrax'Thul (Coordinates: 53.1 , 35.8)

Just find and kill Vrax for a chance at the Biletooth Gnasher.

Puscilla and Mother Rosula (Coordinates 65.5 , 26.6)

These two elite enemies are located within pretty close proximity of each other inside a cave. Puscilla is another straightforward find-and-kill job. Rosula however, requires a little more effort to kill.

First of all you'll have to kill Imps that spawn in the cave to collect the Imp Meat drop. Once you collect 100 Imp Meats, right click them to convert them into a Disgusting Feast. Now go to Rosula's green pool and place the feast in front of it to spawn Mother Rosula. Then just kill her and hope for that rare drop.

It's unconfirmed, but many players speculate that the drop rate is between 5 and 10 percent for Mother Rosula and Vrax'Thul. Due to most players reportedly having received their mount from Puscilla, it's likely that she has a higher drop rate.

Now that you know the method to getting your own Biletooth Gnasher, let the grind begin! Keep at it until you get your drop so you can explore the latest WoW update in style.

For more on this latest update to World of Warcraft check out some of our other WoW guides!

PTR Patch Brings New Collectibles to World of Warcraft Wed, 12 Aug 2015 21:00:44 -0400 Ainyan

A new patch hit World of Warcraft's public test realm and with it a lot of goodies that are tied to holidays, BlizzCon, and the upcoming Legion expansion. Here's a quick rundown of some of the newest collectables to invade the World of Warcraft, courtesy of the PTR:

  • Murkidan: Awarded to attendees of the 2015 BlizzCon as well as holders of the virtual ticket. You are not prepared for his cuteness!
  • Zeradar: The reward for the Legacy of the Void Collector's Edition.
  • Nibbles: This little fel hound is from the Legion Collector's Edition, just like his mountable big brother.
  • Brightpaw: Companion to the Mystic Runesaber, this adorable kitten is from the cash store.
  • Ghastly RatGhost MaggotSpectral Spinner: Hallow's End brings three new pets to the yard.
  • Grumpling: Formed from the tears of kidnapped children*, this baby yeti joins us for Winter Veil.

* I'm not making this up.


Patch 6.2.2 comes with a great deal of other things as well - tooltip fixes, achievements, garrison decorations, and holiday fun! For more information on what is to come in World of Warcraft, check out Wowhead's 6.2.2 guide.

What additions to the game are you most excited for? What are you hoping to see come in future patches? Leave a comment and let me know!

Our Favorite World of Warcraft Mounts Mon, 11 Mar 2013 14:11:59 -0400 Katy Hollingsworth

I played WoW all through Vanilla and Burning Crusade, only to give up in the early stages of Cataclysm. Through these expansions I remember a very wide variety of mounts you could attain, and there were definitely some that I loved more than others.

Keep in mind that these exclude Mists of Pandaria mounts as I haven't played it.

The first mount I ever bought: Cobalt War Talbuk

Let me just say that once I hit Exalted with the Maghar, I was all over this baby. Just look at how classy, yet badass it is. This is absolutely my first choice for land mounts, as I wasn't yet leveled enough to get a flying mount. I only received two other land mounts (I loved this one way too much to abandon it for another).

Black War Bear

I mean, just look at him. He's even got a bear-butt saddle. What's not to love? He was my first achievement mount and I was pretty damn proud of myself. For imaginary achievements that mean nothing in my real life.

And Finally... The Headless Horseman's Mount

This one was a treat to get. My first ever Holiday mount (I even looted it fair and square). This was also my second flying mount.

Bronze Drake

One of the easiest flying mounts to get, and my first (I hated the wind riders with a passion and therefore refused to ever get one). I remember that feeling of intense pressure, trying to get through Stratholme in under 25 minutes. There was a lot of yelling involved as my friends and I tried to run through it as quickly as possible.

The One That Got Away

My boyfriend looted this on our first run through Sethekk Halls. I ran it for months after and never got it. I totally didn't cry when we quit playing WoW and I was still Raven-Lordless.


What about you? What was your first mount? What is your favorite? What do you think of the new Pandaria mounts? Comment below or post your own article!