- Author: Baed
- Date: November 30, 2021
- Updated: November 30, 2021
- Expansion: World of Warcraft
Unless you’re a mage with the Legion class mount, there aren’t many options for flying mounts that let you stand on them as if you’re surfing, but thankfully one of the few options is rather easy to get, requiring just a little bit of time set aside to explore Pandaria in search of lost scrolls. The Red Flying Cloud is obtainable through getting the Lorewalkers reputation to Exalted, and spending around 500 gold.
The Lorewalkers reputation is unique in that the chief way to gain reputation with them is to complete achievements requiring you to find all the lost stories (scrolls) related to the achievement in Pandaria, and then turning in the resulting quest item mailed to you for the completion. The achievements span across many zones, but you aren’t required to do them in any particular order. By completing all the achievements and turning in their corresponding item you will reach exalted, and can go to Tan Shin Tiao in the Vale of Eternal Blossoms to purchase your mount.
Since you don’t have to go in order of achievements, you can instead go by zone, letting you streamline how you collect scrolls. The best way to do this if you don’t want to explore on your own is to get an addon such as TomTom, and use the waypoints below to find the scrolls much quicker.
Once you have all the achievements completed, you can begin turning in your quest items to Lorewalker Cho, once you hit Revered you can even buy the Grand Commendation of the Lorewalkers from Tan Shin Tiao to double your experience gains for the last few items to ensure you end up firmly in exalted so you can buy your very own cloud. Both the vendor and Lorewalker Cho are in the Seat of Knowledge on the east edge of the Vale of Eternal Blossoms.
The Jade Forest has 7, spread among Hozen, Shaohao, Mogu, Saurok, What is Worth Fighting For, and Fish Tales.
/way The Jade Forest 26.4 28.4
/way The Jade Forest 35.8 30.5
/way The Jade Forest 42.3 17.5
/way The Jade Forest 47.1 45.1
/way The Jade Forest 55.9 56.8
/way The Jade Forest 66.0 87.5
/way The Jade Forest 67.7 29.4
The Veiled Stair has one for the Saurok achievement.
/way The Veiled Stair 54.9 15.9
Krasarang Wilds has 6, one each for Fish, Saurok, Shaohao, Mogu, Hozen, and the Ballad of Liu Lang.
/way Krasarang Wilds 72.1 31.0
/way Krasarang Wilds 52.4 87.7
/way Krasarang Wilds 51.0 31.7
/way Krasarang Wilds 40.5 56.6
/way Krasarang Wilds 32.8 29.3
/way Krasarang Wilds 30.6 38.7
Valley of the Four Winds has 6, split between Fish Tales, Liu Lang, Hozen, and What is Worth Fighting For.
/way Valley of the Four Winds 18.9 31.7
/way Valley of the Four Winds 20.2 55.8
/way Valley of the Four Winds 34.6 63.9
/way Valley of the Four Winds 55.0 47.2
/way Valley of the Four Winds 61.2 34.6
/way Valley of the Four Winds 83.2 21.2
Vale of Eternal Blossom has 4, split between Mogu, Shaohao, and What is Worth Fighting For.
/way Vale of Eternal Blossom 68.8 44.3
/way Vale of Eternal Blossom 52.9 68.6
/way Vale of Eternal Blossom 40.3 77.5
/way Vale of Eternal Blossom 26.6 21.4
Kun-Lai Summit has 9, spread out between Mogu, Yaungol, Hozen, Fish, Shaohao, and the Fighting achievements.
/way Kun-Lai Summit 74.5 83.6
/way Kun-Lai Summit 71.7 63.0
/way Kun-Lai Summit 67.8 48.3
/way Kun-Lai Summit 63.0 40.8
/way Kun-Lai Summit 58.5 71.6
/way Kun-Lai Summit 50.4 79.3
/way Kun-Lai Summit 45.8 61.9
/way Kun-Lai Summit 43.8 51.2
/way Kun-Lai Summit 41.0 42.4
Townlong Steppes has 3, split between the Yaungol and Shaohao achievements.
/way Townlong Steppes 84.1 72.9
/way Townlong Steppes 65.4 50.0
/way Townlong Steppes 37.8 62.9
Dread Wastes has 5, split between the Mantid and Saurok achievements.
/way Dread Wastes 35.5 32.6
/way Dread Wastes 48.4 32.9
/way Dread Wastes 52.5 10.0
/way Dread Wastes 59.9 55.1
/way Dread Wastes 67.4 60.8
Put on some music or something else to listen to and take a journey to collect all the scrolls you need, if you miss one you can use the Achievements to get an idea of which ones you have left.