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The Fastest 60-70 Leveling Route for Your Main in Dragonflight

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Harldan, creator of the fastest level 10-60 route, which took 3 hours and 21 minutes, returns with the fastest 60-70 leveling route for your main character in Dragonflight.

Harldan reached Level 70 in 4 hours and 31 minutes.

The Waking Shores

  • Once you reach the area, complete the quests until you reach Wingrest Embassy.
  • It is absolutely necessary to take no detours for rares, treasures, or side quests. 
  • At Wingrest Embassy during the Sendrax RP, complete "From Such Great Heights" and "Give Peace a Chance" side quests.
  • If any side quests haven't been mentioned, skip them.
  • Follow the campaign questline until you reach Scalecracker Keep. Here, finish off Dragonhunter Igordan (Bonus Objective) while you complete the main objectives. You should also complete the bonus objective in the area provided it is not overcrowded there.
  • As you complete the quest to heal draconids, complete the "Fighting Fire with... Water" side quest at the nearby cave since it is along the path.
  • When you reach the Life-Binder Conservatory, keep an eye on "Firava the Rekindler" rare and kill it.
  • Ignore the nearby side quests. Once you reach the Ruby Life Pools, talk to Lifecaller Tzadrak and set your Hearthstone there. 
  • At this point, you will unlock Dragonriding. If you focus on reaching Level 70 the fastest, you shouldn't waste time collecting all glyphs and collect them only if they're directly along your path.
  • After completing the quests, use your Hearthstone to return to the Ruby Life Pools.
  • In the next area, you will find two rare mobs "Terillod the Devout" and "Klozicc the Ascended".
  • When you reach Obsidian Bulwark, speak to the innkeeper to set your Hearthstone here. However, you must be in a guild and your Hearthstone must only be on a 15-minute cooldown. Otherwise, it won't be worth it.
  • You should only fly on Wrathion's back for the "Taking the Walls" quest, as it's significantly faster compared to Dragonriding.
  • After receiving the quest "Black Wagon Flight", use your Hearthstone to quickly return to the Obsidian Bulwark. While completing the quest, make sure to stay close to the cart at all times.
  • When you complete a few more quests at the Ruby Life Pools, Alexstasza will direct you toward Ohn'ahran Plains.

You will learn more about the routes for the other zones in the video guide linked below.

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Having done the campaign and 70 on my main, I’m less concerned with speed leveling, and more interested in having as much of the leveling be in service of what I want to end up doing with the alts (mostly professions; but also just having fun!).

So, I do the intro profession quests (including the ones at the  that give a reagent bag and a crate of some crafting mats). Then, once their primary professions are up to level 25, there are all the profession-specific treasures around the zones, and the master trainer npcs (1 per profession)—with the odd profession-related quest to do in the main hub. For my gatherers, a lot of their xp comes from gathering.

Aside from that, it’s mostly whatever catches my interest; whatever seems fun at the moment (world quests, side quests, dungeons, …).

Oh, and pick up the free 34 slot bag, “Misty Satchel”, from the “Misty Treasure Chest” in the middle of the first zone:

/way The Waking Shores 58.6 53.0 Misty Treasure Chest (cave under top of waterfall)

And I think it is well, well, worth it to invest the time right up front to grab all of the dragon riding glyphs, Since then all of your characters get the full skill tree for free after that. Having max dragon riding makes it much easier to get around, and will save a lot of time—maximizing your efficiency (which is what speed-leveling is supposed to be in service of, right?).

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