Frosty Flying Carpet
The Frosty Flying Carpet is super easy to craft and add to your mount collection!
I’ve been on a bit of a mission adding mounts to my collection, having added both the Shatari Skyguard Nether Rays and the Kurenai Talbuks to my collection this week. That’s a whopping 13 mounts!
The Frosty Flying Carpet is a mount for which you need the tailoring profession active, in order to use.
How to obtain the Frosty Flying Carpet
1. Go to Dalaran (portal from shrine, or find an obliging mage to get you there fast).
Derp Alert: Take your tailoring character – as this recipe is BIND ON PICK UP.
2. Find Frozo the Renowned (remember that NPC on the flying carpet outside the Engineering Trainer in the Magus Commerce Exchange Area of Dalaran.
This is Frozo: (Screenshot by Neeshka)
He can be found at the gold dot on this map below.
3. You will need 6 Frozen Orbs to purchase the recipe. I was delighted to discover that had enough stored on my bank alt (I knew I need these one day!), but you can usually find them on the AH for a steal.
If you don’t have any, and can’t find any on your local AH, try running Azjol-Nerub in Northrend and loot everything.
Or you can buy them from your faction Legacy Justice Quartermaster in Dalaran.
Alliance: Arcanist Ivrenne in the Silver Enclave
Horde: Magistrix Lambriesse in the Sunreaver Sanctuary
They cost just 110 Justice Points each.
Derp Alert: You will need 10 Frozen Orbs in total, 6 to buy the recipe and 4 to craft it.
4. Learn the recipe. I was elated to discover that you barely need any mats at all to craft this mount!
Materials Required to Craft the Frosty Flying Carpet
You will need:
If you aren’t able to obtain these 3 special cloths on your AH, as I recall, I bought the recipes for each of those special cloths from the Tailoring Trainer in Shattrah, but if you’re stuck you can always take the mats required to a Tailor who has those recipes and they can craft them for you. According to Wowhead, all tailoring trainers can teach this now.
So that brings us to 3 mounts that Tailors can use. I definitely think that the Frosty Frozen Carpet is by far the prettiest!
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