Here Are the 7 Mounts You Can Collect in WoW's 5-man Dungeons
5-man dungeons should be bright spot in World of Warcraft. In general, there will be 3 DPS, 1 tank and a healer in a dungeon team. Since the gears drop in 5- man dungeon is the threshold to the Raids and they are easier than Raids, almost all of players in WoW would explore them. Of course, the special mounts from the bosses in the dungeons is also an attractive point. Until now, there are 7 dungeons will drop mounts, include the ground and flying mounts. If you haven’t collected them all, check out this guide to get what you miss out.
Stratholme - Deathcharger's Reins
Stratholme is the first 5- man dungeon to drop mount in World of Warcraft. The drop rate of Deathcharger's Reins was very, very low in the generation of Old World. Although Blizzard increases the drop rate in TBC, players still need to farm the Baron Rivendare in the dungeon time after time.
Compared with Horde players, Alliances should be more eager to get the mount, because they don’t have the skeletal horse as the racial mount. Fortunately, the Old World dungeons only have one difficulty mode. So, players can farm Deathcharger's Reins without limits.
Sethekk Halls - Reins of the Raven Lord
The player who wants to farm Reins of the Raven Lord should have a Druid friend. And he must have done the Swift Flight Form quest chain in the generation of TBC. But Blizzard removed the limitation in CTM. Now, Anzu can be farmed by any player. But since Blizzard released Flametalon of Alysrazor mount, the Raven Lord is no longer so popular.
Magisters' Terrace - Swift White Hawkstrider
With the release of The Sun Well, 5- man dungeon Magisters' Terrace also appeared on Quel'Thalas. Quel'Thalas, Kael'thas was resurrected and players must defeat him again. At that time, the players who want to enter the Heroic Magisters' Terrace should pass though the Normal version at first. And Swift White Hawkstrider only drops in the Heroic mode. But as Hawkstrider mounts are not so popular, Kael'thas hasn’t been trampled.
Utgarde Pinnacle – Reins of the Blue Proto-Drake
Enter the WLK, proto-drakes should be the iconic flying mounts. And as the first proto-drake that player can get in the 5- man dungeon, Blue Proto-drakes was very popular at that time. The mount drops from the first boss of Heroic Utgarde Pinnacle.
Oculus – Blue Drake
Except Utgarde Pinnacle, players also have the chance to get the Blue Drake mount from Satchel of Exotic Mysteries after passing through the Heroic Oculus, located at The Nexus in Coldarra. But Blizzard has removed the reward in the CTM. Now, the mount only drops in Eye of Eternity.
The Stonecore - Reins of the Vitreous Stone Drake
In CTM, players can get a Vitreous Stone Drake mount from both Normal and Heroic version of The Stonecore, which is located up the Temple of Earth in Deepholm. Since the dungeon is relatively simple, most of classes can farm Slabhide alone in the late period of CTM. Of course, there are still a lot of unlucky guys who haven’t gotten it yet.
The Vortex Pinnacle - Reins of the Drake of the North Wind
The Vortex Pinnacle’s second boss would drop Drake of the North Wind for players. Like Vitreous Stone Drake, the mount can be also farmed in the Normal mode. So, most of classes can also farm it alone at that time. Personally, I think the mount look better that the Vitreous Stone Drake.
From Mist of Pandaria to now, Blizzard haven’t released any 5-man dungeon with the mount drop. This should be a pity. Hope they will change their mind. After all, not all players can get through the Raids.