Where are the Spires of Arak?


Where are the Spires of Arak?

Located in the southernmost part of Draenor, the Spires of Arak is a zone of soaring heights and shadow-drenched crags—but as with much of the planet, the beauty of this place hides something sinister.

Where does the quest Spires of Arak start?

1. News from Spires of Arak – (Video) – You may have picked up this quest from Vindicator Icia in Fort Wrynn, Talador. If not, pick up (or continue to) the quest Arakkoa Exodus. 2. Arakkoa Exodus – (Video) – Speak to Dungar Longdrink, your garrison’s Gryphon Master and select “Please fly me to Spires of Arak.”

Where is windswept terrace located?

Windswept Terrace is the tall, narrow mountain south of Vesharr the master pet tamer, with a Skyreach-style platform at its peak. You’ll unlock it as an explored location eventually by going through the zone’s story, but you can sometimes get the credit early by humping its base.

How do you unlock Spires of Arak?

Your Spires of Arak outpost can be unlocked at level 96, after completing the following quests:

  1. News from Spires of Arak.
  2. Arakkoa Exodus.
  3. The Shadows of Skettis.
  4. Hidden in Plain Sight, Adherents of the Sun God.
  5. Orders From On High.
  6. The Crone, All Due Respect.
  7. A Charming Deception, Echo Hunters, Syth’s Secret.

How do you get to draenor from Orgrimmar?

To get to Draenor, you can pick up the quest The Dark Portal from the Hero’s Call Board in Stormwind or the Warchief’s Command Board in Orgrimmar. If this quest is not available, travel to the Dark Portal in the Blasted Lands and speak with Khadgar to start the quest.

Where is path of glory in Talador?

The Path of Glory. The Path of Glory is an iron-paved road starting northeast of Talador, at a draenei bridge near Frostwolf Overlook and Bladefury’s Command, and continuing east to the Gates of Tanaan. There, the path continues through Tanaan Jungle, bisecting the entire zone and leading to the Dark Portal.

How do I fly in Draenor Shadowlands?

Both the Draenor and Broken Isles Pathfinder requirements (from the Warlords of Draenor and Legion expansions respectively) have been removed with the Shadowlands pre-patch. Once you learn Expert riding, you’ll automatically be able to fly in these zones without having to earn the Pathfinder achievements first.