Welcome to my first update to my Dragonflight TSM Import String (10.0.2 version 2). Due to a pending moderation within Pastebin, I had to wait before posting this blog post. As ever, if you find any issues with the string, please do comment below.
Welcome to the first iteration of my Dragonflight TSM Import String. As I’m sure you’re aware, Blizzard experienced many teething problems with the launch last night, and many players (including myself) probably didn’t hang around long enough to get back online.
However, it’s been a busy and prosperous morning/afternoon, and I’ve done my best to create a Dragonflight Import String for all you busy gold-makers.
With all my Auction House routines completed for the fortnight, I fancied some Dragonflight pre-patch gameplay, so I decided to do a Dracthyr Evoker playthrough. And I was amazed at how fun Dracthyr was.
Please continue reading to follow my journey to level 60 and showcase what the Forbidden Reach has to offer!
Due to a recent issue involving the Dracthyr Evoker, Blizzard has opted to “greatly increase” the drop rate on difficult-to-obtain Mounts from World Bosses within Mists of Pandaria and Warlords of Draenor for all players.
With Phase Two of the Dragonflight Pre-patch a couple of days old now and players actively leveling their new Dracthyr Evoker through The Forbidden Reach, what better time to show you the location of the hidden treasure chests and rares!
With the scheduled maintenance on the U.S region coming to an end brings early access to Dracthyr Evoker. Players on E.U will need to wait another 11 hours (10 am GMT) before starting their journey within The Forbidden Reach.
For more information regarding the Dracthyr Evoker and some excellent tips and tricks, check out my previous blog post: The Dracthyr are Almost Here!
For those not aware, starting on the 15th of November (16th of November for E.U), you can create your Dracthyr Evoker. The new Hero Class: DracthyrEvoker, will begin at level 58 and have its own Starting Zone: The Forbidden Reach.
You’ll then have two weeks to reach level 60 and gear it out in time for the World of Warcraft: Dragonflight launch on the 28th of November. Below I’ve added some tips and bypasses that may interest you and your new Dracthyr(s)!
Reminder: The ability to play Dracthyr on the 15th of November is only available to players with a pre-purchase of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
The Timewalking event: Mists of Pandaria is available for the next week, with plenty of activities to keep you occupied. This event is a great opportunity to power-level your reputation gains, especially for the Faction: Order of the Cloud Serpents.
This weekend sees the long-awaited return of the Darkmoon Faire and plenty of gold-making potential with it. This is an excellent opportunity to make gold, but we can passively earn a couple of levels of experience with little to no effort too!
Furthermore, it will also be the last Darkmoon Faire of Shadowlands, so make sure you benefit from the Winds of Wisdom buff,WoW 18th Anniversary Buff, and the Whee!buff for some excellent experience gains!