- World of Warcraft Patch 10.2, Guardians of the Dream, will introduce new customization options for Dragonriding mounts, including white scale customizations.
- Players can earn white scales for their Dragonriding mounts by completing the Tyr questline involving the Silver Scale and the rebuilt Tyr’s Guard.
- Fans of Dragonriding in World of Warcraft can look forward to unlocking new customizable drakes, as well as a fiery owl mount and new Dragonriding traits and glyphs in Patch 10.2.
World of Warcraft just revealed the elusive white scale customizations for Dragonriding drakes will be finally obtainable in Patch 10.2, Guardians of the Dream. Though players have been teased by these stunning options for some time, they will finally be able to get them in World of Warcraft soon.
Guardians of the Dream is the next major content update coming to World of Warcraft on November 7. The massive patch will introduce a new zone and raid, and adds tons of activities and rewards, including many new customization options for their Dragonriding mounts.
On its official Twitter, World of Warcraft confirmed another popular Dragonriding drake customization was finally going to be made available in the update. Players can earn white scales for the five main Dragonriding drakes by completing the Tyr questline involving the Silver Scale and the rebuilt Tyr’s Guard. These customization options will be awarded for completing this story, which is set to reach its epic conclusion in World of Warcraft Patch 10.2.
Though they weren’t obtainable in-game, players have known about the silver-scaled Dragonriding mount options for a while. This option has been seen in the Public Test Realm files for months, and white Dragonriding drakes can be seen in official World of Warcraft screenshots since Patch 10.1, Embers of Neltharion. Now, several months after their first discovery, it seems these drakes are finally taking to the skies in Dragonflight.
Players are thrilled to finally be able to earn these Dragonriding customizations in World of Warcraft. Many have dreamed of unlocking these customizations to fit their characters, and are relieved they are finally being added. The comments on World of Warcraft’s post were filled with relief and excitement–plus plenty of references to Blue Eyes White Dragon from Yu-Gi-Oh!, Falcor from Neverending Story, and the Light Fury from How To Train Your Dragon 3.
Fans of Dragonriding in World of Warcraft will have plenty of things to look forward to in Patch 10.2. In addition to options for existing mounts, they can unlock two new customizable Dragonriding drakes–the Flourishing Whimsydrake and the Grotto Netherwing Drake–as well as Anu’relos, a fiery owl who is the first non-draconic mount able to use dynamic flying. Additionally, World of Warcraft is adding new Dragonriding traits and glyphs, including an active ability that restores Vigor while flying. With all the different options players have for their Dragonriding drakes, and evidence suggesting many other flying mounts will be able to use the system in the future, World of Warcraft fans can soon make sure they are always flying in style.
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