Hello everyone! My name is Gandalin and welcome to another World of Warcraft guide! Today, I’m going to show you how to obtain the brand new class mounts that were added in Patch 7.2. As a way of celebrating flying coming to Legion, Blizzard has created mounts that are unique to each class. Every class has at least one mount, and some classes have different color variations for different specs. For example, the Mage class mount changes its appearance based on whether you are in Arcane, Fire, or Frost spec. These mounts are obtained through a special quest line that is tied to the story of 7.2. They are only obtainable once you have completed the achievement called Breaching the Tomb.

This was a time-gated achievement at the release of 7.2, with a new quest in the sequence opening up each week for 11 weeks. But as of the reset on June 6th, all the parts are available, so you can go through the whole quest line without having to wait. So how do you complete this achievement and get these awesome mounts? Well the first thing you have to do is reach level 110. Then you need to unlock the Broken Shore. To do that, head to Krasus’ Landing in Legion Dalaran and speak to Khadgar. He will give you the quest Assault on the Broken Shore, which has you complete a scenario to establish a foothold there. Completing it will finish the first two parts of Breaching the Tomb.

The next three parts of the achievement introduce you to different aspects of the Broken Shore. For Begin Construction, you need to accumulate 100 Legionfall War Supplies and contribute them to the construction of one of the Broken Shore buildings. A quick way to get War Supplies is by doing Broken Shore world quests. Check out my guide for Broken Shore Buildings for more details about how they work. The quests Aalgen Point and Vengeance Point asked you to visit these locations, allowing you to pick up the flight points, making travel around the Shore easier if you don’t yet have Legion flying. The next piece is Defending Broken Isles. This asks you to complete a Legion Invasion in any of the four Broken Isles leveling zones. Invasions occur every 18 and a half hours and last for 6 hours. Check your world map to see which zone is being invaded. The regular world quests in a zone are replaced with Invasion world quests.

After completing 4 of them, you can enter a 3-player scenario to drive back the Legion command ship. Next is Champions of Legionfall, which has you recruit a new champion for your order hall. To complete this part, you must have finished the original class order hall campaign. This is a lot faster than it used to be given that Blizzard has reduced the duration of the necessary class hall missions to one hour each. If you’re starting the campaign fresh at 110, it should only take you about a day or so to finish the whole thing. When the original campaign is complete, you’ll return to your order hall and embark on a new quest line to recruit another champion to your cause. The next quest is called Shard Times, which wants you to collect 2500 Nethershards. These can be obtained from several sources. One of the most lucrative is Legion Invasions.

Both the world quests and the final scenario award large amounts of Nethershards. You can also get them from rare mobs and hidden chests on the Broken Shore. And you may have noticed the Legion command ship patrolling the Shore. It’s called the Sentinax, and mobs that are in its shadow can drop Nethershards as well, so you can always use it to farm more.

Next up is Mark of the Sentinax. This quest wants you to collect 100 Marks of the Sentinax, which drop from mobs that can be summoned from portals under the ship. The best way to complete this quest is to look in the Premade Group Finder for a Sentinax farming group. It will make killing the mobs go faster and get you Marks quicker than if you tried to solo it. Next is Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, which asks that you complete 12 world quests on the Broken Shore. There are about 6 up each day, so it will probably take you 2 days to finish this one. Intolerable Infestation sends you back to the Broken Isles to kill 100 demons. You can work on this at Faronaar in a Azsuna or Felsoul Hold in Suramar. Joining a Premade Group can help this one go faster too.

Relieved of Their Valuables wants you to find 5 Hidden Wyrmtongue Caches on the Broken Shore. These are scattered randomly around the Shore and can be seen on your minimap as a small treasure chest. Previously, this quest wanted you to find 10 chests, but Blizz hotfixed it to 5 on June 6th. Take Out The Head… wants you to kill 3 rare elite mobs on the Broken Shore. These can be seen on your map and minimap as green skulls.

Most of them will require a small group to defeat, but you might be able to solo some of them depending on your spec and gear level. Championing our Cause wants you to complete one Legionfall mission in your order hall. Any mission that lists its location as the Broken Shore will work, including the Elite Strike missions from the Command Center. This part will also slow you down depending on how long the mission is. Finally, the last piece is called Strike Them Down and asks you to kill 100 demons on the Broken Shore. This is another quest that can be sped up by finding a Premade Group. A good place to complete this quest is the Creeping Grotto on the western side of the Shore. The spiders that spawn from the Hatching Eggs give credit towards your kill count, so you can complete this part pretty quickly. Once you have completed all these quests, you will earn the achievement Breaching the Tomb and be able to go after your class mount.

There will be a quest giver at Deliverance Point who will direct you to an NPC in your order hall that will start you on the quest line. Complete it and you’ll earn your shiny new class mount! Now, as I mentioned, some classes have mounts that change color based on your active spec. Those classes are Death Knights, Mages, Priests, Shamans, and Warriors. The class mount for Druids will change color depending on your race, with a different color for trolls, tauren, worgen, and night elves. There are a few classes that can purchase other tints of their class mount once they meet certain requirements.

I’ll be covering those in an upcoming video, so make sure you stay tuned for that. And that’s it for this video! If this guide helped you, leave a comment down below, and give it a big thumbs up! Share this video with your friends, and let me know if there’s something you need help with. Subscribe to see all of my future videos! Thanks for watching, and I’ll see you next time!.

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