World of Warcraft: Shadowlands will be updated with a version called Chains of Domination 9.1. The main content of this version is to allow player characters to ride on any ground ride while exploring The Maw. Since World of Warcraft: Shadowlands was launched in November, players have been frustrated that there are only a few mounts in the WOW Classic Gold vast area ruled by the Masts-Muff works, because the worst people there will suffer. In the next few months, once World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Patch 9.1 goes live, players will be able to unlock the ability to use the ground mounts in The Maw. Because The Maw is the main feature of this Chains of Domination update, it can help players easily solve this problem.

Of course, players need to complete the new Chains of Domination story mission through any character in the Shadow Continent before they can use the mounts in The Maw. For players who have not won enough reputation in Ve'nari, this mission will also unlock Perdition Hold and Beastwarrens for The Maw. So by completing the missions in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, players can unlock the ability to ride mounts in The Maw.

The player character needs to talk to Tal-Galan in Corcia to complete the task. Tal-Galan needs to determine whether the character is a Ma walker, so he will investigate the character's Anima. If they survive this investigation, they will receive 2 gold coins, 57 silver coins and 40 copper coins, and can interact with Tal-Galan again. This item can only unlock the ability to summon and ride all ground mounts in The Maw and Korthia. If players unlock the "True Flower Maw Walker" rewards, the "Battle of Beastmaster" and "Fortress of Destruction" will also be opened.

It should be noted that this feature is not available to all players. It is not within the scope of the Cheap WOW Classic Gold account. Players can only use it if they have completed the The Maw Walkers quest line. Players need to spend about 40 minutes each time, replaying the task in the dominance chain using any substitutes they want to bring.