Your Guide to the Dragon Isles: The World of Warcraft Rediscovered Lands

Your Guide to the Dragon Isles: The World of Warcraft Rediscovered Lands

On November the 28th, Blizzard Entertainment will launch World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, which allows WoW players a chance to relive or explore anew this beloved expansion in the history of the franchise.

The Dragon Isles is the new continent for players to explore in the Dragonflight expansion. They are a primal place – filled with magic and the life energies of Azeroth – as broodlands well as being steeped with history, as the location once served as the dragonflights’ during Azeroth’s youth.

Having been hidden away for more than 10,000 years, this rediscovered land also brings with it old feuds and long-dormant threats. As the Dragon Isles finally awaken, here’s your guide to exploring – and more importantly surviving – the new zones that make up the Dragon Isles.

1. Discover New Dungeons

The Ruby Life Pools is one of several new dungeons in the expansion located in the Walking Shores, the first zone in the leveling experience. It is a much shorter dungeon than others you may find on your journey and follows a mostly linear path.

But don’t let that fool you, through the Ruby Life Pools you’ll encounter make or break encounters, as well as coming up against hordes of Primalist forces, a sect of proto-dragons and their allies who despise the Dragon Aspects.

2. Battle a Dragon

On your quest through the Ohn’ahran Plains, players can join an exhilarating hunt against a blazing proto-dragon. To reach the battle against the dragons you must first create a bond with the centaurs. Those seeking to assist the centaurs can earn their trust but remain vigilant on your trip here, as watering holes provide prey for the ravenous fire breathers that fill the skies.

3. Meet the Tuskarr Locals

Enrich yourself in the nomadic culture of the tuskarr, who are making a return in the Dragonflight expansion. Located in the Azure Span, home of the blue dragonflight, this zone is one of the largest created in WoW to date – making for great exploration with dragonriding. The tuskarr villages are a great place to get acquainted with the locals – remember they are a peaceful people but will show little mercy to anyone they consider their enemy.

4. Learn about the Beginning of Dragon Civilisation

For anyone interested in the lore surrounding dragons, Thaldraszus is the zone to visit. This region is enriched with history. In the city of Valdrakken, you can find the Blue Dragon public library and learn more about the hidden history of the dragon civilisation. During your adventures through Thaldraszus you may discover millennia-old secrets left behind by Tyr.

5. Explore the Ruins of a Secret Training Ground

The Forbidden Reach is not for the faint hearted, with the island once serving as a secret training ground for the black dragonflight and Neltharion’s ultimate soldiers – the Dracthyr. The Reach is now a broken and abandoned landscape, but the fascinating history makes this zone all the more exciting to explore. For those who do brave these shores, be careful when visiting as lightning may strike.

If you want to learn more about the Dragon Isles, check out the World of Warcraft website, or for real-time updates, follow the official Twitter.

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