You can now use your flight mount in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. We’ll tell you how it works. First of all, you have to meet some conditions before it is possible to take to the skies. This includes, among other things, a certain level of fame.
After today’s maintenance, Blizzard Entertainment has given the go-ahead for flying in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands. The fans had to wait until the release of the extensive update 9.1 “Chains of Domination” – or even a little longer. But before you can finally take to the skies, you have to meet some conditions.
For example, it is necessary to achieve a certain level of fame with the respective covenant of your character. You must also have completed the relevant campaign. Here is an overview of all the important points:
- You have to reach fame level 44 with your character
- Complete the covenant campaign in full – including the chapter “The Last Seal”
- Use the reward item “Memories of the Sunless Sky”
- All characters on your level 50+ account learn to fly in the Shadowlands areas
- Areas where you cannot fly are Oribos, Korthia and the Maw
Here is also the official information from Blizzard Entertainment on the subject of “Flying in Shadowlands”. There you should also find some interesting information as well as one or two pieces of advice.
Reached Fame level 40
Your covenant is the wind under your wings. Therefore, you have to prove your absolute loyalty and reach fame level 44 before you can take off. Make sure you reach Fame Level 40 before Chains of Domination is released. So you can focus your efforts directly on the levels that will be unlocked with the content update.
Complete your Covenant Campaign
Before you can spread your wings, you must complete the latest chapters of your Covenant Campaign, up to and including “The Final Seal” (Chapter 12 of the Covenant Campaign). This chapter unlocks at Glory Level 44, which is available from Chains of Dominion Week two. You can currently complete nine chapters. You can see your current progress in the view “Map & Questlog” (shortcut: L) in the upper right corner of the active window.