Those who do not gain the dragonhawk's trust soon feel the dragonhawk's wrath.[1]

龙鹰Dragonhawk是生长于奎尔萨拉斯的飞行生物,被血精灵祖阿曼巨魔驯化为坐骑。它们是熟练的掠食者,它们能在远距离发现猎物, 俯冲然后用它们锋利的爪子撕碎敌人,[2]是已知最危险的食肉动物之一。[3]







TBC 本段文字所记述的内容来自魔兽世界:燃烧的远征


Flight paths

TBC 本段文字所记述的内容来自魔兽世界:燃烧的远征

In Patch 2.4.0, the Isle of Quel'Danas was opened, and dragonhawks are used as the main taxi from the island to the mainland, as well as for bombing runs in the Dead Scar and on the Dawnblade flotilla off the northern coast. In Patch 2.4.3, dragonhawks also replaced the bats at the Silvermoon City and Tranquillien flight paths - which was the original intention for the Quel'Thalas flight paths (around the time when BC was just released, guards would say that the Silvermoon flight master was tending to the dragonhawks).



As a mount

详见:Dragonhawk mounts
Burning Crusade concept art of a dragonhawk

A rideable dragonhawk is now available as of 3.0.8 as a reward for completing the Mountain o' Mounts achievement, which requires the player to collect 100 different mounts. The reward is either a Blue Dragonhawk Mount for Alliance, or a Red Dragonhawk Mount for Horde. Both are 280% speed mounts.

In patch 3.2.0, Horde players were also given the Sunreaver Dragonhawk as a reward from the Argent Tournament. It costs 150 Champion's Seal and requires you to be exalted with the Sunreavers.


详见:Dragonhawk Hatchling


As a hunter pet

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Dragonhawks are a family of Cunning pets in World of Warcraft. Blood elf hunters start with a dragonhawk as their first pet. Dragonhawks share their special ability (although different in appearance) with the wind serpents. They, through their use of their Fire Breath, breathe Fire on the target, increasing magic damage taken by 8% for 45 sec. This ability is very usefull for PvE. They are only found in areas that require the Burning Crusade expansion to enter.

Two new rare dragonhawks were added in patch 5.1.0: Sunwing flies in Burning Steppes, while Manas roams amongst wildkin in southeastern Winterspring.

Patch changes

WoD 补丁 6.0.2 (2014-10-14): Fire Breath replaced with Spry Attacks.
WotLK 补丁 3.0.2 (2008-10-14): Pet bonus changes.

Armor, Health, and Damage had no bonus and now each has a +5% bonus.

TBC 补丁 2.1.0 (2007-05-22): Dragonhawks: Some of these creatures were unskinnable. Almost all are now skinnable. Exception: Feral Dragonhawk Hatchlings.

Notes and trivia

In the RPG

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A dragonhawk mount (RPG).

Dragonhawks are vicious flying predators. They are swift and deft, able to crack bones and pierce hides with their mighty beaked jaws. They can be trained as aerial mounts and seem to have a particular affinity with high elves (and now blood elves), and are often trained by them. Majestic and magnificent creatures, dragonhawks and their elf riders, resplendent in lacquered dragonhide armor, make an impressive sight.

This large raptor could carry away a man - on its back, or in its talons. These hawk-like creatures are impressive. Its feathers show brilliant streaks of color on its wings and tail, but its most remarkable feature is its head, which seems like a combination of an hawk and a dragon. Its strong beak gleams wickedly. Straight, colored horns that match its plumage sprout from the beast's head.

As their name implies, dragonhawks resemble a cross between a hawk and a dragon. They look much like large hawks with dragonlike heads and a few other draconic characteristics - long neck, sleek body and large wings. Dragonhawk plumage is brown with touches of blue and red.

Dragonhawks are able predators. They prefer diving attacks, snatching prey in their talons to devour at their leisure. When trained, they readily fight in tandem with a skilled rider.[11][12]


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  • It's not exactly clear or not if the dragonhawks described in the Lands of Conflict and Alliance Player's Guide became the hawkstriders that appear to be more often used as combat mounts by the blood elves rather than the legless dragonhawks that have been introduced into the World of Warcraft.
  • It might also be possible the concept of the original dragonhawk was split into two separate creatures that we see today, the hawkstriders and dragonhawks.

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