Blizzard is set to debut the next big update for its huge World of Warcraft MMORPG experience, in the form of patch 6.2.2. A variety of improvements and new mechanics are included. The big news with WoW patch 6.2.2 is of course the introduction of flying in Draenor. You’ll need to unlock the Draenor Pathfinder achievement in order to fly. With this comes the added opportunity for you to handle your affairs with greater convenience and timeliness.
We have an article named “Guide to the Joy of Flying in the Patch 6.2.2 of World of Warcraft”, but in this guide we’ll be looking at what will be much easier to do in Draenor with flying.
Archaeology has always been a slow process between the vast distances between randomly-spawning dig sites and the high chance you’ll have a common artifact to complete, but no flying in Draenor meant the travel time between dig sites was even longer.
With flying, you won’t have to plot out flight master routes to find dig sites, or travel through groups of mobs to reach the area. There are three different types of dig sites in Draenor, Draenor Clans Archaeology Find, Ogre Archaeology Find, and Arakkoa Archaeology Find.
The Warlords of Draenor expansion releases with 27 new wild pets for pet battlers to hunt and capture. Collecting the wild pets required for Draenor Safari rewards Royal Peacock.
Flying helps you spot the pets you need quickly-the Crimsonwing Moth in Talador and Sapphire Firefly in Spires of Arak can be hard to find-as well as travel between pet battles faster, which means you level your pets faster.
Flying also lets you travel between pet tamers and legendary pets faster-the pets for Tiny Terrors in Tanaan are especially spread out and slow to get to on foot.
Several inaccessible Draenor areas are becoming flying-only areas in 6.2.2
u Uninstanced Highmaul in Nagrand
u Uninstanced Hellfire Citadel in Tanaan Jungle
u Eastern Tanaan Jungle
Flying between herbalism and mining nodes is great for leveling up your professions. Fishing is another profession that will benefit from flying, as you can fly from pool to pool faster. You have a chance to catch Lunkers while fishing in Draenor, which can be used to purchase cool rewards like Reins of the Crimson Water Strider.
Rare spawns are plentiful around Draenor, and you may have run into a few while leveling up. If you are level 100, some are still worth killing for items like mounts. If you have flying and are leveling on an alt, hunting down rare spawns is definitely worth it as they give great experience and leveling loot.
If you want to complete more of Tanaan Jungle beyond Tanaan Diplomat, flying can help speed things up.
u Unseen Influence, the daily quest for Order of the Awakened reputation, requires you to kill rates and loot treasure chests. Since you’ve hit Revered with flying, you’re probably low on personal treasure chests to loot. Flying can help you see what chests and rare spawns are up quickly.
u The mobs needed for Hellbane are located in different areas of the zone, and multiple ones can be up at once. Flying ensures you get to their spawn point quickly. Even if you have the Hellbane achievement, it’s worth killing them daily for a chance at Rattling Iron Cage which can contain the Tundra Icehoof, Warsong Direfang, and Armored Razorback mounts.
u Felblight is acquired from gathering professions in Tanaan Jungle, so flying lets you quickly grab nodes
You’ll have already looted 100 treasures for Master Treasure Hunter, but flying lets you grab the other 100+ treasures easily-no more jumping games required. If you are below 100, treasures offer great experience as well as useful loot when leveling up.
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