WoW: Ores, herbs & treasures hidden in walls? So you can still get to it!
Some herbs, treasures or ores do not want to be found and hide behind walls or rocks in WoW: Dragonflight. So that you can still get your hands on them, there is a simple little trick.
Most players are currently having a lot of fun in the level areas or the endgame of WoW: Dragonflight. Of course, not all that glitters is gold. Because the new expansion also has a whole series of technical quirks that get on the nerves of the players. From the now hopefully fixed lags in the Azure Mountains to incorrectly displayed rewards and disappearing enemies.
Especially annoying, if not dramatic, are hidden ores, herbs and treasures. Anyone pursuing a gathering profession in Dragonflight has probably come across a vein of ore or herb brazenly hiding in a rock or behind a wall. Some treasures were also probably buried. Of course, that’s bitter if you might have made a detour for it. But there’s a little trick you can use to get it anyway.
Interact with the Interact button
You have to in WoW (buy now ) namely not necessarily clicking on something in order to interact with it. Because for some time now there has been an official function of an “interaction button”. You can assign a button to this function and use it to interact with both NPCs and objects. For this, the respective object or the NPC only has to be in front of you. But it doesn’t matter if it’s in the field of view. You can even use it to talk to NPCs through walls (although we don’t see why you would want to do that).
With this function you can now collect treasures, herbs and ores that have been hidden in rocks by the various bugs. Incidentally, the function also helps to address quest NPCs when there are thirty thousand heroes with the largest mounts in the game standing around. Here you can see the function in a short video:
Have you already stumbled across one or the other herb or even a treasure hidden in one of the numerous walls? By the way, we don’t mean the rock walls that can be torn down by mountain farmers and behind which a few cool treasures are often hidden.