Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7
It's a glorious day, where the end of server maintenance leads to World of Warcraft Patch 10.1 -- Embers of Neltharion.
The Zskera Vaults in the Forbidden Reach are a weekly solo instance full of puzzles and creatures, and every week you'll find a new, semi-randomized version of Neltharion's treasure vaults (Az, Ix, Kx, and Ur).
One of the most-hyped repeatable activities in patch 10.0.7 is the Zskera Vaults in the post-storm Forbidden Reach, a veritable trove of buried treasures left behind by Neltharion for us to uncover -- once we find some keys, of course.
So it's Dragonflight patch 10.0.7, and you've learned how to get to the Forbidden Reach, you've pored over the pets and mounts of the Reach, and you've learned both what and where the Zskera Vaults are, as well as how to get keys to sneak in and loot the place.
As is usually the case with new zones, in World of Warcraft patch 10.0.7 the Forbidden Reach has added many new Battle Pets and mounts for collectors to hoard like dragons.
The Iskaara Tuskarrs' Community Feast remains a popular feature of Dragonflight, with a recent change that increased its frequency to every 90 minutes so you have plenty of opportunities to get in on the cooking action.
Patch 10.0.7 arrives March 21 and with it, we'll arrive (again, for the Evokers) in the Forbidden Reach --but how will we get there?
Not long after you set foot on the Forbidden Reach in Dragonflight's patch 10.0.7, you'll be introduced to the Zskera Vaults -- home to a variety of treasures that Neltharion stashed away beneath the earth, with the keys scattered all over the Reach for us to uncover.
If you're excited about exploring the Zskera Vaults in the post-storm Forbidden Reach in Dragonflight's patch 10.0.7, then you'll also probably be excited to know you won't have to wait very long to get there.
Dragonriding has been one of the key features of Dragonflight, the latest expansion for World of Warcraft, and while there are some ways it could be improved, it seems to be generally well-received (albeit more so after all the Glyphs have been collected).