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How to start and complete Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight

Hunt with the Maruuk.

Some of the biggest open-world events in World of Warcraft Dragonflight are Grand Hunts. These events are tied to the Maruuk Centaur Renown and take place across the Dragon Isles. Upon completing them, you get a satchel of helpful goods mainly used to further your Renown progress with Maruuk Centaur in Ohn’ahran Plains.

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If you’re new to the game or simply want to grind up Maruuk Centaur Renown to get transmogs and Dragonriding drake customizations, here’s everything you need to know about Grand Hunts in Dragonflight—from what they are to Grand Hunts rewards.

What are Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight?

Grand Hunts in Dragonflight are open-world events that level up your Renown with Maruuk Centaur. In the final seasonyou must complete Grand Hunts for the weekly quest. 

You can complete as many Grand Hunts as you want per week, and the events can appear in all four zones of the Dragon Isles—the Waking Shores, Ohn’ahran Plains, the Azure Span, and Thaldraszus. Each time you start a Grand Hunt, you’re tasked with completing six different quests that vary in both difficulty and type of quest. You’re asked to collect materials, hunt down rare mobs, kill wild animals, or just help out animals in need. 

Remember, you get Hunt Spoils rewards for completing only three Grand Hunts. You can continue farming the event for additional reputation or to complete achievements. 

How to unlock Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight

To unlock Grand Hunts in Dragonflight, you need to complete the main storyline of the Maruuk Centaur tribe and unlock Renown with them. After that, you need to reach level five Renown with the tribe. To do that, complete world quests, main storyline quests, and side quests related to them. After you reach Renown level five, Grand Hunts start spawning across the isles. Grand Hunts, like other Dragonflight open-world events, are marked with a battle horn icon on your map. 

How to start Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight

WoW character entering the Grand Hunt area and starting the event
Begin the Hunt. Screenshot by Dot Esports

To start a Grand Hunt in a zone, travel to the zone where the next Grand Hunt is happening. You can easily spot them since you’ll see the horn icon. The hunts are always active and usually move every two hours unless players complete it early. 

How to complete Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight

Hippo to Go Grand Hunt quest in the Waking Shores
Grand Hunt quest. Screenshot by Dot Esports

After you travel to the zone where Grand Hunts are taking place, you have six unique tasks to complete. The quests vary from zone to zone, but they usually start by finding the Grand Hunt. Then, you’ll be sent to your next location to start completing the quests. As we already mentioned, the quests are to either gather reagents or kill wildlife, so you’ll just need to follow the instructions in your quest log.

Locations of all Grand Hunts in WoW Dragonflight

Grand Hunt base in the Waking Shores with all NPCs
Grand Hunt base in the Waking Shores. Screenshot by Dot Esports
  • Western Azure Span Hunt – 38.55, 34.75
  • Eastern Azure Span Hunt – 68.51, 27.13
  • Southern Azure Span Hunt – 68.84, 53.66
  • Northern Ohn’ahran Plains Hunt – 82.84, 19.41
  • Eastern Ohn’ahran Plains Hunt – 81.46, 49.90
  • Central Ohn’ahran Plains Hunt – 61.70, 52.96
  • Northern Thaldraszus Hunt – 50.83, 46.79
  • Southern Thaldraszus Hunt – 34, 65
  • Northern Waking Shores Hunt – 41.39, 78.91
  • Eastern Waking Shores Hunt – 69.68, 68.42
  • Southern Waking Shores Hunt – 24.69, 92.48

Grand Hunts rewards in WoW Dragonflight

Completing a single task of Grand Hunt awards you 15 reputation with Maruuk Centaur. On top of that, you get Grand Hunt spoils each time you complete the event. Completing the first Grand Hunt of the week grants you a Grand Hunt Spoils satchel of Epic quality, the second one grants you a satchel of Rare quality, and the third hunt awards you with a satchel of Uncommon quality. 

  • Epic quality Grand Hunt Spoils contain 20 Centaur Hunting Trophies, 50 Dragon Isles Supplies, one Passing Renascence, and a chance at the Plainswalker Bearer mount and hunting companion customizations.
  • Rare quality Grand Hunt spoils grant you 15 Centaur Hunting Trophies, 50 Dragon Isles Supplies, and a chance at hunting companion customizations.
  • Uncommon quality Grand Hunt Spoils contain 10 Centaur Hunting Trophies, 50 Dragon Isles Supplies, and a chance at hunting companion customizations.

In Patch 10.2.7 Grand Hunts will also drop gear, Flightstones and Whelpling’s Crests you can later use to upgrade your gear to higher item levels. On top of that, you get a chest containing high item level gear for completing the weekly quest to finish one Grand Hunt.


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