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WoW Battle For Azeroth: How to Get to Silithus From Dalaran

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WoW Battle For Azeroth: How to Get to Silithus From Dalaran

WoW Battle For Azeroth: How to Get to Silithus From Dalaran

As World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is well underway you may find yourself looking for quick paths to many areas within the game. One area you will find yourself needing to get to in order to make your way to the new expansion zones is Silithus. Since you have been spending much of your time battling the Burning Legion in Dalaran, you may like to know the absolute quickest way to make your way from there.

Once you are in Dalaran you must head to the easternmost side of the floating city. Here you will find the Violet Citadel. Try not to get distracted by the presence of everyone’s favorite Archmage as Khadgar is not the solution to this problem. Instead, run directly ahead and make your way up the main staircase. To your right and left you will see portals. Turn left and hop through the portal that will take you to the Caverns of Time.

You are now in Tanaris, three zones away from Silithus. Now all you have to do is saddle up on your favorite flying mount and soar your way into the next stage of your quest. But if three zones of flying time is too much for you, there is another way.

Alternatively, if you are Alliance you can stop short of the Violet Citadel and instead make your way to the Silver Enclave. From here you will find a portal to Stormwind to your immediate left. Once you have been transported you will have to make your way from the Wizard’s Sanctum to the Eastern Earthshrine by Stormwind Keep. Here you will find a portal to Uldum where you are just one zone away from Silithus.

If you will be fighting for the Horde during this expansion you could also try taking a portal from the Sunreaver’s Sanctum on the north-eastern side of Dalaran to Orgrimmar. From here you must head north to the Valley of Wisdom and take the portal to Uldum in the Western Earthshrine. Again, you must now fly one zone over to Silithus.

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