Slime Cat Mount

World of Warcraft: Slime Cat Mount is Easier to Get Until Dragonflight

Though Shadowlands Season 4 is over, World of Warcraft players can still get Jigglesworth Sr. until Dragonflight launches.

The World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Pre-Patch is imminent, and with it, the end of Shadowlands Season 4. Though the end of Shadowlands marks a big change in World of Warcraft's history, the beloved slime cat mount, Jigglesworth Sr., will still be available until Dragonflight’s launch–and it is easier to earn than ever.

Earning Jigglesworth Sr. in World of Warcraft requires a player to complete the Fates of the Shadowlands Raids Feat of Strength achievement, which is only available until Dragonflight launches. To earn this achievement, players must complete all three Fated Shadowlands raids-Castle Nathria, Sanctum of Domination, and Sepulcher of the First Ones–on Normal mode or higher.

During Shadowlands Season 4, one of the three raids would be available each week in its Fated version, offering new spins on the original encounters. While World of Warcraft initially planned on continuing this cycle through the Dragonflight Pre-Patch, it recently decided to set all Shadowlands raids to their Fated counterparts instead. This means a player can clear all three Fated raids in a single week to earn the Jigglesworth Sr. mount and the Fates of the Shadowlands achievements.

Players can also complete the Heroic version of these Fated raids to earn the Hero of Fates title, or the Mythic versions to unlock skills to teleport them to each of the three raid entrances on an eight-hour cooldown. Once Dragonflight launches on November 28, these Feats of Strength achievements will be retired and become unavailable.

Players are glad all the raids are being tuned to their Fated versions for the entirety of the Dragonflight Pre-Patch. With about a month until Dragonflight’s release, players are scrambling to get the last of their Shadowlands chores completed before the launch. The Fated raids all being made available makes it much easier for players to acquire the achievement before it goes away, and makes it less likely to miss simply because of a weekly cycle.

Many players are annoyed that the Jigglesworth Sr. mount is limited at all, however. World of Warcraft has a bad habit of making much of its content time-locked. FOMO–Fear of Missing Out–is a tactic many live-service games use to entice its players to maintain active subscriptions. Jigglesworth Sr. is just one more example of World of Warcraft using such incentives. While it is possible World of Warcraft may make the mount available again somehow, players who want to get the slime cat should be sure to do so before Dragonflight’s launch.

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