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World of Warcraft: Dragonflight – All Ohn’ahrn Plains Dragon Glyph Locations

There are 12 Dragon Glyphs that you need to find in the Ohn'ahran Plains in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight and this guide covers them all.

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight let players take to the sky in a way never before possible with the addition of Dragonriding. While you can only be airborne for a short time initially, collecting hidden glyphs spread around the Dragon Isles will allow you to unlock abilities in your Dragonriding tree to make flight easier and basically infinite.

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Glyphs are located all around the Dragonflight zones. They can be challenging to find, but we’ve done our best to narrow down those locations for you. Here’s what you need to know about where to find every Dragonriding Glyph in the Ohn’ahran Plains in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.

Where are the Ohn’ahran Plains Dragonriding glyphs in WoW?

You can find 12 Dragonriding glyphs while exploring the Ohn’ahran plains in World of Warcraft’s Dragonflight expansion. These are set locations, and now that we’ve mapped them out for you, we’ve removed any guesswork about where you have to go first.

Related: Where to find the Dragonheart Outpost Glyph in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight

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  1. Rubyscale Outpost – Coordinates are 80.13, 13.12. Located in the air.
  2. Mirewood Fen – Coordinates are 78.43, 21.23. Located in the air.
  3. Rusza’thar Reach – Coordinates are 86.45, 39.49. Located on top of the mountain.
  4. Dragonsprings Summit – Coordinates are 84.30, 77.57. Located against the wall.
  5. Windsong Rise – Coordinates are 61.50, 64.28. Located on top of the mountain.
  6. Ohn’iri Springs – Coordinates are 57.14, 80.19. Located high in the air near the peak of the mountain.
  7. Mirror of the Sky – Coordinates are 47.20, 72.27. Located high in the sky near the peak of the mountain.
  8. Szar Skeleth – Coordinates are 44.65, 64.75. Located in the broken tower.
  9. The Eternal Kurgans – Coordinates are 29.55, 75.17. Located in the sky near the mountain peak.
  10. Emerald Gardens – Coordinates are 30.14, 61.30. Located on top of the waterfall.
  11. Nokhudon Hold – Coordinates are 30.63, 36.12. Located on top of the mountain peak.
  12. Ohn’ahra’s Roost – Coordinates are 57.87, 30.98. Located on top of the bird statue.

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You can choose to track them down in any order you want to seek them out, expanding your Dragonriding glyphs. After you have them all, you can spend them in your World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Dragonriding talent tree in any way you want, making it much easier to explore the rest of the game.


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