Hello everyone! My name is Gandalin and welcome to another World of Warcraft guide. I am back after a little break for the holidays and some personal stuff, and I’m ready to make more videos. Today I’ll be showing you how to complete the Legion exploration achievement called Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part 1. This is the first step toward unlocking flying in Legion, which is coming in Patch 7.2. So let’s jump right in! This is a meta achievement that will reward increased mounted speed while in the Broken Isles.
To earn it you have to complete 5 other achievements that revolve around thoroughly exploring and experiencing the content in the Broken Isles. The first one I’ll cover is Broken Isles Explorer. This achievement asks you to explore each of the 5 major zones on the Broken Isles. While this is fairly easy to complete, there are some areas in each zone that you will not visit as you quest through them. To help you get to any areas you might have missed, I’m including a list of waypoints in the description box of this video. If you have the TomTom addon, you can just copy and paste the line for the area you’re missing into the chat window, and it will add an arrow pointing you in the right direction. Next up is the Loremaster of Legion achievement. This one asks you to complete the major quest lines in each zone. The achievements for Azsuna, Val’sharah, Stormheim, and Highmountain can be completed as you level up through those zones. Just make sure you do all of the quests you are given, and check the map for any yellow exclamation points (!).
If you get stuck and can’t find one of the quest lines, leave a comment and I’ll help you find the piece you’re missing. The achievement for Suramar is a bit more complicated. It requires you to be level 110, and it has several quest lines that you have to find on your own, as well as a bunch that are locked behind Nightfallen reputation. Check out my video for Good Suramaritan for a complete guide on how to earn that achievement. Now let’s look at Variety is the Spice of Life. This achievement asks that you complete 100 different world quests in the Broken Isles. In order to unlock world quests, you have to reach 110, and get to Friendly reputation with the main faction each zone. However, you only have to do that on one character. Once you unlock world quests on your main, your alts will have immediate access to them once they hit 110. No need to get to Friendly rep a second time. There are dozens of world quests up at a time, so completing this piece shouldn’t take too long.
Progress on this achievement is account-wide, meaning that you can use multiple characters to complete it. The only caveat is that you must complete 100 DIFFERENT world quests. If you complete the same world quest on two different characters, it will only count once. Next, let’s talk about the achievement called A Glorious Campaign. This one asks you to complete your class order hall campaign. This is a long quest line that is unique to your class. It contains outdoor world content, champion missions, and dungeon quests where you interact with the greatest characters from your class’s lore. Just look for the orange exclamation points (!) above NPCs in your order hall. These indicate quests in the campaign. Keep in mind that some quests have level requirements, so if you’ve run out of things to do, go level up, and then head back to your order hall to check for the next quest.
Finally, let’s look at Broken Isles Diplomat, which asks that you reach Revered with the 6 main Broken Isles factions. There are a few different ways to earn reputation with these factions. First, completing story quests in each zone earns reputation for the faction associated with that zone. Completing all of the quest lines in a zone will get you to about Honored with that faction. Note that The Wardens do not have any story quests, meaning that you have to earn reputation with them through other means. This brings me to the second way to earn rep: world quests.
Just like story quests, completing world quests in a zone will also grant you reputation for the faction in that zone. This will be a big part of your rep grinding, especially for The Wardens and the Nightfallen. Note that Wardens world quests can spawn in any zone and also give rep for the faction of that zone. Also keep an eye out for the World Quest Bonus Event, which increases your rep gains from completing world quests. The third method is Emissary Quests. These are special quests that ask you to complete 4 world quests for a particular faction.
You can have up to 3 emissary quests active at a time, and you can see which ones are up by looking at your map in any Broken Isles zone. Completing these quests awards a large chunk of rep for the associated faction, as well as a bonus cache of loot. Occasionally, you will see an emissary quest for the Kirin Tor. This emissary allows you to choose which Broken Isles faction you want to increase your reputation with. I suggest choosing The Wardens or the Nightfallen whenever you get this, as those reps are harder to gain.
Finally, you can sometimes earn rep tokens from the class hall champion missions. If you get a high enough success chance on your mission, you can sometimes earn two tokens. These give small amounts of rep, but are helpful nonetheless. With those 5 achievements complete, you will earn Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part 1. Now, as I mentioned, flying will be coming in Patch 7.2, which is currently on the PTR and will probably release in a few months. There will be another achievement to complete to unlock flying, so stay tuned for another guide once comes out. And that’s it for this video! If this guide helped you, leave a comment down below, and give it a big thumbs up! Share this video with your friends, and let me know if there’s something you need help with.
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