Ain't "Tanaan Jungle - the starting zone, not the end zone" more like a scenario, with flyinglocked.
The list lacks Isle of Giants and Isle of Quel Danas. And instanciated content (BG, dungeons, raids, scenarios).
Since this guide references the Tanaan intro questline/scenario as a no fly zone, wouldn’t the Broken Shore scenario count as well?
Didn't blizz announce that you no longer needed WoD pathfinder or broken isles pathfinder p2 for flight in WoD and the broken isles (excl. Argus) in SL? like 15 days ago: Specifically, the flight training rewards from Draenor Pathfinder and Broken Isles Pathfinder, Part Two will no longer be required for flying in Draenor or Broken Isles content. These will now be granted at level 30 with expert flying.
Pathfinder is one of the best things in this game. You explore new areas with your main, clear story content and earn reputation with local factions and when it's unlocked, its account-wide, so you don't have to do it again. From my personal experience, I remember getting Draenor pathfinder in 2 weeks. The longest part was fishing across all zones, but at least I had Nobbel's stories to keep me from falling asleep. They blended well with the sound of falling rain in zones like Shadowmoon Valley.I hope Pathfinder will remain in Shadowlands.
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I like the Pathfinder approach to flying. Everyone being on foot really does add to the world experience.But there is no denying the convenience and speed of flying, so im glad we can fly eventually. Having the first 9 months on the ground and flyign after that is a good way to get both.That said: I think pathfinder for older expansion is bull@#$%. Its good they remove the WoD and Legion ones with Shadowlands. Maybe halfway in Shadowlands they can also remove Bfa Pathfinder, or at least make it much easier to get. I think it hurts new or returning players, doing reputations in a current expansion is ok, but for old content it feels really bad.
Oh, I am so sorry. It must be terribly upsetting to have it pointed out that your Lord and Saviour, the Divine Blizzard, were acting like a bunch of petty, self-absorbed, hypocritical sulking babies. Spare me your butthurt. If they're going to put in a history lesson, I'm free to point out what they left out. Blizzard's behaviour throughout the whole affair was atrocious. Don't like it, tough.