Flying in World of Warcraft Legion Just Got Easier
Lefteris Papaiosif / 1 year ago
Since the launch of the latest World of Warcraft expansion, Legion, players around the world have been impatient to get the flying skill. With the latest patch called Tomb of Sargeras, the time we all have been waiting for has finally arrived. The “Broken Isles Pathfinder Part Two” achievement required to get the precious flying skill is finally available for completion. But a certain part of this achievement called “Defender of The Broken Isles” is rather tricky to complete. Not because it is hard itself but because of the time window World of Warcraft players have to complete it. Thankfully, the good people at Blizzard Entertainment realized that not all players have the same amount of free time so they decided to remove “Defender of The Broken Isles” achievement from the requirements to unlock flying.
This is the official statement:
“The rotating Legion Assault schedule is designed to have them active at varying times of day over the course of a given week, to accommodate different work schedules and available free time. We’re hesitant to have an Assault last for too long, because they stomp on the entire World Quest content of a given zone for the duration, potentially leaving players with nothing to do there once the Assault is complete. But this design doesn’t mesh well with an important achievement that requires completion of all four zones – if anything, it causes stress over scheduling and potentially missing specific zones during the cycle. The Defender achievement was never intended to be a major obstacle on the path to flight in the Broken Isles; its inclusion was more for thematic purposes and completeness. As such, we’re removing it from the meta-achievement required to unlock flying.”
So keep calm and spread your wings!