Dragonflight 10.1 patch notes brought in various new upgrades to World of Warcraft, the chief of which was the currency system. The system revolves around Flightstones and Shadowflame crest which you can use to upgrade. Flightstones in the game are normal currency while players will come across the Shadowflame Crests in the form of tokens or fragment pieces which are rare. There are 4 Shadowflame Crests that upgrade your gear to different levels. They are Whelping’s, Drake’s, Wyrm’s, and Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest. The Enchanted versions of these crests can upgrade your gear to even higher and mythic levels. This guide will cover the Enchanted Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest and how to get it.
How to Get Enchanted Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest in WoW Dragonflight
Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest can upgrade player armors up to level 441 while the Enchanted Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest will do it till level 447. Players can come across the normal crest after defeating bosses in Aberrus or clearing mythic keystone dungeons of level 16 and above. If you are an Enchanter you can enchant the crest once you come across its recipe. The recipe has a mere 0.6% of drop chance once you defeat one of the elite bosses in Zaralek Cavern. Once you do find and enchant the crest it will be upgraded to Enchanted Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest.
If you are not an Enchanter and want to upgrade your crest you can do so by using the Work Order System in Dragonflight. This system lets you engage with one of the crafters in WoW from the Valdrakken Hub. This can be done by placing it in Public, Private or calling up an enchanter from your Guild itself.
Note: You will still need the recipe to hand it over to Enchanter. We would recommend you first get used to the system by trying out different crafters.
That is everything on Enchanted Aspect’s Shadowflame Crest and how you can get it. Here is a guide on how to complete Ambergrease World Quest in Dragonflight.