Patch 2.3 on the PTR: Engineering flying machine reagents

Dan O'Halloran
D. O'Halloran|10.12.07

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Patch 2.3 on the PTR: Engineering flying machine reagents
EDIT: YouTube video! ~ Thanks RogueJedi86

Look at the screenshot. It's like Christmas came early courtesy of Patch 2.3. Seriously, that is one of the coolest flying mounts in the game. And if that's not good enough for you, click here to see an animated gif of it in action. This mechanical wonder can all be yours if you have the skill.

MMO-Champion was able to get a scrounge up the recipe for the two Engineering Flying Machine schematics:

Engineering: Flying Machine
  • Adamantite Frame (2)
  • Fel Iron Bar (30)
  • Handful of Fel Iron Bolts (8)
  • Star Wood (8)
  • Fel Iron Toolbox
  • Elemental Seaforium Charge (4)
BoP, Req Level 70, Engineering 350+ to make and at least Expert riding skill to use.

I'm not a Grandmaster Engineer myself, but these components don't look too difficult to gather. The only sticking point I see is the Elemental Seaforium Charge comes from a recipe that requires Revered faction with the Consortium to purchase. But the Charges aren't BoP so you can always buy them from another Engineer.

The Epic Flying machine after the jump!

Engineering: Turbo-Charged Flying Machine

  • Flying Machine Control
  • Khorium Power Core (8)
  • Felsteel Stabilizer (8)
  • Hula Girl Doll
BoP, Req Level 70, Engineering 375+ to make and at least Artisan riding skill to use.

The Flying Machine Control is what you get when you make the 350 Flying Machine. It's the "reins" you use to summon the mount. The Khorium Power Core and the Felsteel Stabilizer can be either crafted (350+) or purchased in Netherstorm. The Hula Girl Doll can be purchased from our favorite scam artists Griftah in the Lower City of Shattrath. A complete breakdown of all the raw materials needed can be found in this WoW Head comment thread.

The reagents involved are surprisingly simple to get considering it's used to make an Epic Mount. I suppose Engineers will pay through the nose just to level from 350 to 375 anyway. Keep an eye on the next installment of our Professions weekly column, Insider Trader. Lisa Poisso will be covering tips to max out your Engineering.

Check out our screenshot gallery of the engineering mount!
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