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  1. #21

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    I would just take it slow, getting flying takes a bit of time. It's a huge game changer though after you have it. Working the Nazjatar and Mechagon rep is the slowest part - just make sure to do the dailies in those zones. I suppose part 1 is also just as time consuming. It took me about 3 weeks casually going after it.

  2. #22

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    Quote Originally Posted by nobodyz View Post
    so.. i just ding 120 2 days back.. and trying to get flying in bfa.. looks like a long task.. lol.. 100 unique world quest.. not sure how long i need..
    any recommendation for someone like me that miss almost 3 expansion? wod, legion, bfa..
    Mechagon is rough. I suggest buying Rustbolt contracts as soon as you can.

  3. #23

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    Normal WQ dungeons is now mystic 430 gear
    Eonar - EU

  4. #24

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    Thanks @Ellay, @Purpleflavor..
    I sort of regretted going 2x ele shaman, wanted to go 2x hunter instead but though it would be safer to go with the 'original' team i played.. found that ele shaman had no totems and enhancement was melee lol.. i wanted to get all the account wide stuff like flying before i jump onto another char or team..

    but anyway, thanks for the tips.. 3 weeks really sounded long for me.. i was thinking to get flying from wod and legion but seems like after u are in bfa.. none of those really matter.. bfa now has endless content already...
    Nobodyz is perfect. I am Nobodyz.

  5. #25

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    It probably doesn’t hurt to also get flying in those places as well. (I still need flying for WoD). There’s just a lot of things to do and you don’t have to rush it. That leads to an easy burn out. Sometimes it’s also just about the journey. I do agree there is a lot to do in BFA especially if you’re starting from scratch.

  6. #26

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellay View Post
    It probably doesn’t hurt to also get flying in those places as well. (I still need flying for WoD). There’s just a lot of things to do and you don’t have to rush it. That leads to an easy burn out. Sometimes it’s also just about the journey. I do agree there is a lot to do in BFA especially if you’re starting from scratch.
    thanks Ellay! totally agree.. while i'm a perfectionist (sort of), i try to get all the achievements nailed one by one.. i dont know where to prioritize..
    now.. i'm just gunning for the flying in bfa.. when i'm tired.. i just go and do the lower level contents... i'm now at rep grind.. i guess that'll take some time..
    Nobodyz is perfect. I am Nobodyz.

  7. #27

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    I did unlock Flying in Draenor i about 2 weeks (did only play 3 month of WOD) - rep with help of Medallion of the Legion and then waiting for Assault on the Pit.

    WoWhead have a very nice guide and tracker https://www.wowhead.com/draenor-pathfinder-guide
    Eonar - EU

  8. #28

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    the idea of 2 weeks or more for flying in newer content puts me off a little .. lol ..
    i think im like almost done with the war campaign .. left with rep grind, world quest and part 2 for bfa..
    trying to find how to earn some gold as well.. since a lot of stuff are pretty xpensive..
    Nobodyz is perfect. I am Nobodyz.

  9. #29

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    - But everything is easyer for you - I came back just before legion as lv. 100 - even your follower in <Garrison Invasions> are going to be lv. 120
    Eonar - EU

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