How Rare Is The Invincible Mount In World of Warcraft

A lone adventurer stands in awe beneath the imposing Icecrown Citadel, the Lich King's icy fortress. Frostmourne, the Lich King's runeblade, casts an ominous shadow over the scene.
Deep within Northrend, atop a glacier of jagged ice, lies Icecrown Citadel, the seat of the Lich King's power. Will you conquer the citadel's deadly challenges and claim the legendary Invincible mount?

How to Get Invincible Mount In WoW

Here is a complete guide on how to get the invincible mount in WoW. Long story short, though. You can run a raid called Ice Crown Citadel located in the zone Ice Crown. Ice Crown is part of the Northernd Contenant and can be easily gotten to by using a portal to take you to Ice Crown. Once you get in the raid you must clear all if not most of the bosses until you get up to Lich King (the boss that drops the mount). Make sure you run this instance only in heroic as the mount only drops from the 25-man heroic version of the raid.

Just How Rare Is The Invincible Mount?

It is highly recommended that you run the 25-man Heroic Raid, Ice Crown Citadel, with multiple characters. Not only is the drop chance for this rare mount pretty low. It also locks you out after killing every boss. What does this mean? A lockout typically is when the player can no longer run an instance because he or she doesn’t have anything to kill.

A majestic skeletal horse with glowing blue eyes and icy breath stands on a snowy peak in front of Icecrown Citadel. The horse is clad in ornate barding, including spiked shoulder guards and a flowing mane of bone.
From the icy peaks of Icecrown Citadel to the sun-drenched plains of Azeroth, the Invincible mount reigns supreme.

The reason for this to happen is because the player has killed a boss. Once you kill a boss everything up to that boss shouldn’t spawn anymore. However, if you don’t kill a boss you can continuously kill trash mobs within the instance. There are a few raids and dungeons where this is glitched after killing a boss the trash mobs still spawn. Those are far and few between. The only instances this would happen in are raids or heroic and mythical dungeons.

Drop chance of the “Invisible” Invincible Reins Mount

While the drop chance is so low players often refer to Invincible as “invisible reins” due to its insanely low drop chance. Coming in at a whopping 1% drop chance. It has taken some players years to maybe not even see the mount. So, if you were to get locked out of Ice Crown Citadel once a week, that means it can take up to 100 tries (maybe more depending on your luck). Which on one character means it can take not only 1 but two years of killing the Lich King to get invincible.

Recommendations To Get Invincible Faster

While lockouts are a thing. They only lock you out depending on the character you run the instance with. This means if you have several characters that you can solo Ice Crown Citadel with. You have more chances of trying to get the mount. If you run Ice Crown Citadel on 10 different characters after every reset (Tuesday) you are likely to see the mount within 10 lockout sessions or 10 weeks. While this isn’t a factual statement and can take longer than 10 weeks. Your odds have increased.