World of Warcraft: Dragonflight has several new world events coming with this latest expansion, and it includes the Iskaara Community Feasts. These world events are a fun, optional goal, but if you’re looking to improve your connection with the new factions of the Dragon Isles, this will be a must.
They spawn every three hours and 30 minutes in Iskaara during community holidays. You will receive a notification when you are in the area 15 minutes before the actual event takes place. But how do you get access to Community Festivities in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight and what does it entail?
How to join the community festivities in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight
When you’re grinding reputation for Iskaar Tuskaar in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, you’ll eventually run out of quests. If you want to maximize your growth in the region, you won’t want to forget Community Feasts. It’s a relatively simple event, and that makes it one of the best ways to gain reputation in the zone.
You cannot begin to participate in it until you have Reputation 3 with Iskaara Tuskaar. Once you gain 2500 Reputation in an area, you hit Renown 1. This allows you to gain additional faction reputation. This means you’ll simply have to head down to the Tuskaar village and complete quests for them.
It will take a while to get to Renown 3, so keep working on the main story until you get it going. Once you’re at this milestone, you’ll unlock this event not only for your main character, but also for all alts you play in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.
The event takes place in sorry in Azure Span and just talk to him Chef Big corner in the village at the time of the event. When it starts, Chef Big Nook will have tasks for you to complete to improve the taste of his soup.
Each of these tasks will reward you with 25 Iskaar Reputation, so it’s worth doing as many as possible. However, you’ll also want to pick up the weekly quest in addition to the soup. Pleegi has a quest called “Community Feast” that requires you to complete five Community Feast quests. It doesn’t matter which one, just make five of them.
Completing it will net you 500 Iskaara Reputation, as well as being incredibly important Stocking pot for soup. This will reward you with various items that players will not want to miss.
Community Feast quest rewards
- 1-3 Dragon Isles Artifacts and Tuskaar Sacred Totem
- 1 piece of equipment that adapts to your ilevel (up to 382)
- 1-3 Primal Chaos
- 1 Graduating from the Renaissance
- Various brewing reagents for Dragon Isles
He also has a chance to drop Recipe: Grail’s Reverence, which is one of the great Kalu’ak banquets. The recipe isn’t a guaranteed drop, so you’ll have to be lucky for that.
When you finish the community feast, you can eat the soup The spirit of sharing fan. This World of Warcraft: Dragonflight buff provides temporary versatility and healing whenever you land a killing blow. The higher the rating of the soup, the better the buff. Getting the soup to Legendary will trigger a rare spawn – Bisquis. This mob has a daily lockout, so you can only loot it once a day.
It can drop valuable reagents for the cooking profession and reward you with success, Revenge of the Remnants upon defeating him. It also gives the player a transmog, Big Kinook replacement scoop for staff weapons.
This event is incredibly easy to participate in, but it can be difficult to determine when it will appear. When this is happening you will see a horn on the minimap. You can also download a few mods to help you with this. The Weak Aura mod found here for NA users will help you track the feast.
With that in mind, you can easily hop over to Iskaara in the Dragon Isles to take part in this fun World of Warcraft: Dragonflight event and help cook up some delicious soup!
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