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Where to Turn In Titan Relics in World of Warcraft Dragonflight

Titan Relics all the way.
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Speedrunning has never been a thing for me. Don’t get me wrong, I love seeing speedruns made by other people, but my brain would not allow me to play through an area without discovering all the secrets that are available for you to discover. So you bet that while everyone else is dealing with the final boss, I’ll be exploring every single patch of grass in the tutorial. OCD? Maybe, but it usually pays off. And, as of today, is something you will have to do. We will talk a bit about Titan Relics but more specifically, where to turn in Titan Relics in World of Warcraft Dragonflight.

Where to Turn In Titan Relics

Before knowing where to turn in Titan Relics in Dragonflight, you must know how to even locate them first. And to do so, you must have Renown level 2 with the Valdrakken Accord to have the ability to find Titan Relics. Now, you will be able to find them across the overworld in the form of treasures. Now that you have a bunch of them, you are ready to turn them in.

You must travel to Valdrakken, just outside the Obsidian Enclave (25.99, 40.04). There is an NPC called Sorotis which will give you the quest named “The Search for Titan Relics”. So, yeah, go ahead and turn those Titan Relics in. Once you do, you will be rewarded with more reputation for the Valdrakken Accord. It is important to do so because there are a lot of rewards when you level up your Renown with every faction in the Dragon Isles.

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This quest is repeatable, meaning that you will be able to farm Titan Relics and turn them in to keep your Valdrakken Accord reputation up and running. Be sure to continue searching for treasures across the Dragon Isles and you will always have a supply of Titan Relics at your disposal.

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