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WoW Companion App in Shadowlands - Send Adventures Out From Anywhere
27/11/2020 a las 02:02
In the Shadowlands, you can send out Adventurers in your Covenant Sanctum to complete missions and earn rewards just like the Mission Table from previous expansion. With how long it takes to get back to your Covenant Sanctum, you may wish to use the WoW Companion App once again!
Using the WoW Companion App in Shadowlands
If you have the WoW Companion app from the past, you just need to update the App and you can use it again.
When you first log in, you're going to want to set the app to the Shadowlands expansion. To do this,
tap and hold
the icon that looks like 3 banners at the top of the screen. This will give you the option to change expansions!
From the Shadowlands tab, you'll be able to choose from multiple tabs:
: Send out Adventures!
: Which shows the map of the Shadowlands zones and what World Quests are active.
: Shows the status of your current adventurers.
: Shows what Callings you have available.
Sending out Adventures in Shadowlands
Since it takes so long to get back to your Covenant Sanctum, the easiest way to send out adventures without leaving your current area is through the Companion app. Just like in previous expansions, you cannot be logged into the Companion App and the game at the same time. Whenever you want to send out another mission, just log out of your account in game and pull up the Companion App to send out your Mission, then log back in.
Heading to the Adventures tab will show you a list of your missions! Sending out a mission is exactly the same as in game, and you can still watch your Adventurer's duke it out once the mission is complete and claim your Rewards.
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