World of Warcraft: Dragonflight rises to new heights with the addition of dragonriding. This new form of flight speeds up the leveling process and changes the way players interact with the environment. Players gain the ability to ride dragons very early in their quest campaign once they arrive at The Dragon Isles. To truly excel in the craft, there are glyphs spread around the continent that can be used to unlock new abilities in the dragon riding talent tree. Players may want to collect them all right away, but it’s actually more efficient to just get a few while leveling and focus on the rest later.
Most important dragonriding talents in Dragonflight
The most important dragon drag talents while leveling are actually available early in the tree. The tree branches in the second row, and many players are wondering what order to unlock these abilities.
Take to Heaven is the first choice of talent. This increases your vitality to 4 and allows for more use of dragonriding abilities to stay in the air for longer. It only costs 1 dragonriding glyph.
The tree then branches into three different options. Players must collect 3 more glyphs and spend them Dynamic Stretching next. This talent is the middle option and increases the rate at which your energy regenerates by 1 every 25 seconds while grounded. This allows you to use dragonriding more efficiently between quest locations.
The third talent unlocked is a must Thrill Chaser. It also costs 3 glyphs and is the rightmost option of the three branches. This causes the Passive Thrill of the Skies to generate 1 energy every 10 seconds. This means you can gain altitude or speed more often if you are at top speed while climbing.
The last talent most useful for leveling is the leftmost talent, Redirection. This talent increases the effectiveness of Surge Forward by 125% while at low speed. Surge Forward does what is expected. This launches your dragon forward to increase speed. Spending 3 glyphs on it is very useful while searching.
Where to find dragonriding glyphs in The Dragon Isles
Dragonriding glyphs can be found throughout The Dragon Isles. Trying to get everything quickly instead of searching will cause you to fall behind the pack and may take longer to level. While each talent is useful, you really only need 10 glyphs while leveling to be efficient. Here are the 10 easiest glyphs to get while leveling that take a little time to invest in the first Waking Shores zone.
- Glyph 1 – X: 58 Y: 55 – In the arch past the end of the path you take while learning dragonriding
- Glyph 2 – X:75 Y:57 – On top of the pillar during the Skytop Observatory questing section.
- Glyph 3 – X: 74 Y: 57 – Same place, on the way back to the hub.
- Glyph 4 – X:69 Y:46 – Inside the broken pillar
- Glyph 5 – X:75 Y:37 – On top of the destroyed building
- Glyph 6 – X: 58 Y: 79 – On top of a snowy cliff
- Glyph 7 – X: 41 Y: 72 – On a narrow peak just past Wrathion
- Glyph 8 – X:56 Y:74 – At the top of the mountain leading to the next zone
- Glyph 9 – X:49 Y:86 – Above the stream to the next zone
- Glyph 10 – X:78 Y:21 – Next to a tree at the beginning of the next chapter of the story zone
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Players looking to begin their journey in The Dragon Isles can stay ahead of the crowd by prioritizing these few talents and then focusing on leveling. Don’t forget to get some great addons for the adventure too!