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Easy Ways To Get Ashran Flight Path In Wow And Complete Ashran Appearance

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wowtoes    0

For a long time, Quest Ashran Appearance has passed through a lot of trials, and wow players also lose themselves in the staging area. Recently, some players have given out some easy ways to get the Ashran flight path. Check more.

Normal ways to get FP


Normally you can only get the Ashran flight path around 91 by completing the quest "Ashran appearance", which requires you to talk to the flight master, Bron Skyhorn, and have him fly you there initially. Completing this quest, you will be rewarded 8 wow gold cheap, 60 silver and 10270 experience.


Easier ways to get Ashran


But if you don't want to fly there, but just need to get the Flight Path only, you need to be on a mount and talk to the garrison flight master and select "send me to Ashran". Usually it will give you an error message saying "you are already mounted". But that means, you will have learned the Ashran fp.

Note that it has been checked and confirmed with the Ashran quest, but not with other breadcrumb quests originating from the garrison such as "News from Spires".


Besides, you can also get ported right to Ashran by having at least the Appareance-Quest and fly through the new portal, which then ports you directly to Ashran. It doesn't really have much to do with not having the pre-q, like your post intends. And in the end you just talk to a Mage and get a Stormshield portal. It should work as lvl 1.


In these ways, you will get an access to find the Ashran Flight Path faster and have a chance to exploit more Reputation. You might as well to try it later. Gold4fans offers wow gold eu all the time to be with you.



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