Felsteed

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For the warlock ability summons this type of creature as a mount, see [Felsteed].
Felsteed as a warlock mount.
Stampeding Felsteed with green fel fire.

Felsteeds (or fel steeds and nightmares)[1] are a type of demonic horse that are part of the forces of the Burning Legion.

Origin

The remote plains of Desolace were once home to a unique breed of horse too proud and wild to countenance riders. Yet it is precisely this willful conceit that enticed the elders of the Shadow Council to bind these majestic steeds to their service with dark rituals too horrific to perform by any but the most depraved of warlocks. Although they retain their imposing forms, these newly-christened felsteeds have become twisted with infernal energies, treading flames and breathing fire. Where their eyes once shone with exuberance and a zest for life, they now burn with hatred for the warlocks who corrupted them and anguish at the passing of the lives they once knew.[2]

A demonic hollow in the east of Desolace, Shadowbreak Ravine, is home to a fair number of Shadow Council members. The ravine has several buildings, including a few stables that house felsteeds, most likely to be bound to the will of Shadow Council warlocks.

Some felsteeds were stabled in Shadowfang Keep.

A rare felsteed roams the mountains of Searing Gorge from time to time, his name is Shleipnarr. Jezelle's Felsteed can be found in Undercity, under the ownership of Jezelle Pruitt.

Named

Known

Felsteeds are also used by the Xorothian Fel Knights. Legion

In the RPG

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Nightmares are a type of creature that live in the Twisting Nether. They can be encountered alone, or encountered in a night hag covey, which is three night hags mounted on nightmares.[3]

Notes & trivia

Possibly related horse types

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Warlock only mounts:

Other similar horse mounts:

Patch changes

References

  1. ^ The Last Guardian, pg. 118
  2. ^ Warlock Mounts. Archived from the original on 2005-08-07. Retrieved on 2018-07-21.
  3. ^ Shadows & Light, pg. 153 - 154
  4. ^ WarcraftIII.net - Undead Heroes