Rising Glory farming guide
Rising Glory farming guide
Welcome to one of our new farming guides, which will focus on the various new resources available in the Shadowlands expansion, talking about the Rising Glory farming guide.
The focus of this farming guide will be on herbs, namely Rising Glory, one of the six new herbs added in Shadowlands and the main star of this Rising Glory farming guide.
Herbs in Shadowlands are a little different than they were in the past since they are mostly zone-locked, which means that most herbs only grow in specific zones that are mostly exclusive to them.
Rising Glory is one of those herbs the only zone it can be found in is Bastion. It is an ingredient for many important potions as well as flasks, especially the Spectral Flask of Power and Spectral Flask of Stamina, making it an extremely important herb since many classes use those for raiding.
Rising Glory farming routes
Obtaining the various reagents in Shadowlands is not a new experience for any veteran or experienced player, but there are a few key distinctions that set this expansion apart from the previous ones that we'd like to point out in this Rising Glory farming guide.
To begin with, unlike many of the herbs in earlier expansions, none of the herbs in Shadowlands are confined by location or geography. This means that there are no restrictions on where the herbs can grow in the zone, such as only next to a body of water.
However, it's crucial to note that those plants, all of them, are more likely to be found in the wild than in neighbouring settlements or cities. The further away from civilisation you go, the more likely you are to locate some of them.
Given the fact that Rising Glory can be found in Bastion it will inevitably be farmed alongside Death Blossom, as we have mentioned in our Death Blossom farming guide. Thus, this is an advantage you can profit on by getting both herbs at the same time. It also means that you can use the same route that we have mentioned there, however, it will not be as efficient for Rising Glory as the one we present in this Rising Glory farming guide.
Moving on to the farming route itself, we recommend that you start north of the Vestibule of Eternity and start making your way East, toward Purity’s Pinnacle, however, do not head there, once you reach the same longitude as the Aspirant’s Crucible start heading north and past the Temple of Humility, make a circle around Hero’s Rest to start heading south once you reach the latitude of the Citadel of Loyalty. On your way back swing by the area near the Temple of Courage and back to the start.
Alternatively, you can make better use of the area more east, while avoiding the problematic cliffs that are located in the western part of the zone. Start on the route to Temple of Humility, at the point, which is located somewhat below Hero’s Rest, afterwards just keep heading north, while sticking to the western cliff-side and once you reach The Eternal Forge start heading back, this time while remaining on the eastern side of the area and going around the Temple of Humility, back to your starting points where you can begin again.
Following those routes, we described in this Rising Glory farming guide you should quickly have more than enough herbs for whatever crafting or business venture you have planned. Good hunting Adventurer!
Rising Glory farming tips
Apart from the pathways themselves, there are a few more things that may be done to improve the farming experience.
To begin with, for the more obvious tips, you can save a little time by using Enchant Gloves - Shadowlands Gathering, which will reduce the time it takes to get the herbs by three times, which is significant because it can mean the difference between fighting a mob and simply running away with the herb. As a result, this one saves a lot of time.
Another concern is the issue with mounts because dismounting and remounting takes the most time. First and foremost, you want to avoid being dismounted forcibly if a random mob tries to assault you. You may either switch to a tank specialty or obtain a Comfortable Rider's Barding to avoid this.
Second, while you're still riding your mount, in a sense, you can choose between two different gathering choices. If you're a druid, you can use your travel form, which is the most straightforward option. The second option is to have a Sky Golem mount, which lets the player to do all the same tasks when mounted.
Other than that, there isn't much you can do to speed up the process, but if you stick to our Rising Glory farming guide, you should be good and have your bags filled in no time.
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