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How to Start and Beat ‘Inherited Sin’ in WoW Dragonflight

Sins of the father.

by David Morgan

Last week, we were treated to beginning of the new Embers of Neltharion campaign quests as part of the new 10.1 patch of World of Warcraft Dragonflight. Only the first three chapters of the campaign were available until today’s weekly reset, and it’s finally time to continue Ebyssian’s quest to take responsibility for his flight’s sins. Let’s learn how to start and beat Inherited Sin in WoW Dragonflight together.

How to Start and Beat ‘Inherited Sin’ in WoW Dragonflight

This chapter of the Embers of Neltharion campaign begins in Valdrakken at the Seat of the Aspects. Just speak with Ebyssian to begin the first quest – Here We Go Again. After this, you’re looking at a ten quest chain for the entire chapter, culminating in the quest Worst of the Worst which awards the brand new Dragon Riding mount, the Winding Slitherdrake.

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Here are all ten quests contained in Inherited Sin:

  • Here We Go Again
  • The Obsidian Reset
  • Report: Battlefield Ruins
  • Blow It Up
  • Thinning Their Defenses
  • Intercepting Communications
  • Air Superiority – Reward: Whelpling’s Shadowflame Crest
  • Investigating the Unknown
  • Break Them Out
  • Worst of the Worst – Reward: Winding Slitherdrake and 2500 Loamm Niffen Reputation

All in all, this shouldn’t take more than an hour or two to complete at a brisk pace. If you more need incentive, just remember that sweet new dragon waiting at the end of the quest chain.

Be sure to keep up with these campaign quests as they release – you’ll be rewarded with invaluable reputation and upgrade materials which will help you with the launch of today’s Season 2 of Mythic+ as well as the new Raid. If you’re a more casual player, the story is likely what you’re here for anyway, and this tale of the Black Dragonflight trying to pick up the pieces of their complicated history is one of the more intriguing ones in recent memory.