- For the mob, see Shoveltusk (mob).
Shoveltusk, also called shovelhorn, are big neutral mammals that can be found in the Howling Fjord and the Grizzly Hills in Northrend. They are easily recognizably by their large antlers and tusks. Shoveltusk have been described as being "moose-like" or as a cross between a boar and a stag.
Sometimes one can see two stags in a fight, ramming into each other with their horns. It is also not uncommon to see worgs run up to and slaughter them.
The powerful and ferocious shoveltusk are easily identified by the massive curved antler which protrudes from their heads and the twin sloping tusks that extend from their jaw. The moose-like beasts use their tusks primarily to dig for food, whereas the antler makes for a fearsome ramming weapon in contests to establish dominance over other males. The shoveltusk are territorial and will protect their feeding grounds with deadly force. Adventurers traveling in Northrend would be wise to avoid these cantankerous and unpredictable beasts.
- Island Shoveltusk
- Longhoof Grazer
- Shoveltusk Calf
- Shoveltusk Forager
- Shoveltusk Stag
- Tamed Shoveltusk
- Wild Shoveltusk
As a hunter pet
- Main article: Oxen
- They have been compared to the talbuks and the elekk of Nagrand, a region found in the shattered realm of Outland.
- The skin of the Longhoof Grazer and Shoveltusk Forager changed from white to a previously unseen brown skin in patch 4.1.0.
- They are seemingly worshipped by the wolvar, as shoveltusk shrines can be found in several wolvar villages.
- Frost Witch's Regalia, Frost Witch's Garb and Frost Witch's Battlegear, the tier 10 shaman sets, appear to be based visually on the shoveltusk.
- appears to be a staff with a shoveltusk skull on it.