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Wilderlings (or wolf serpents)[1][2] are benevolent and magical flying creatures of Ardenweald.[3] They have sinuous fur-covered bodies with antlered wolf heads and are drawn to strong, pure souls.[3] In battle, they act as support units by preserving their allies and disabling enemy magics.[4] When anima once again began flowing to Ardenweald's distant forests, the wilderlings cautiously emerged from their canopy burrows.[5]


As a mount

All wilderling mounts are exclusive to members of the Night Fae Covenant.

Notes and trivia

BlizzConline preview image of wilderling mounts.
  • During the initial announcement of patch 9.1 at BlizzConline, it was stated that wolf serpents would be reawakened from wildseeds that had been thought lost to the anima drought,[1] implying that they were originally intended to be the souls of Wild Gods from mortal worlds. Their in-game mount descriptions make no mention of this and instead present them as native Ardenweald creatures who live in canopies.[5]
  • Just like cloud serpents, wilderlings resemble traditional depictions of Chinese and other East Asian dragons. They also resemble the dragon Falkor from The NeverEnding Story and Haku from Spirited Away.


  1. ^ a b World of Warcraft 2021-02-20. BlizzConline 2021 - World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Update (20:12). YouTube. Retrieved on 2021-06-21.
  2. ^ Blizzard Entertainment Blizzard Entertainment 2021-06-10. [UPDATED JUNE 10] Prepare for Lift Off: Get Ready for Flying in Chains of Domination. Archived from the original on 2021-06-21.​ “[N]ight fae will ride upon majestic wolf serpents ...
  3. ^ a b  [Autumnal Wilderling Harness]
  4. ^  [Winter Wilderling Harness]
  5. ^ a b  [Ardenweald Wilderling Harness]