Lock and Load Rune Guide – Season of Discovery

Where to Find the Lock and Load Rune in Season of Discovery (SoD)

This guide will cover how to get the Lock and Load Rune for Hunters in Season of Discovery. We’ll go over all of the locations and requirements in the walkthrough below as well as any useful tips and tricks.

How to Get the Lock and Load Rune

To get Rune of Lock and Load you will need to pick up quest The Wild God’s from Shadowtooth Emissary in the Emerald Sanctuary, Felwood. This quest is not shareable, so make sure you grab it yourself.

felwood emerald sanctuary shadowtooth emissary

They will send you to Jintha’Alor in the Hinterlands to kill Elite Trolls for Wildwhisper Draught. Only one player in your group needs this item. Once you have Wildwhisper Draught, head over to Razorfen Downs. Clear the final boss as well as all enemies close by and drink your Wildwhisper Draught. Speak to the ghost of Aggaman to receive the next step.

jinthaalor hinterlands wildwhisper draught

The Wild God’s will provide you Agamaggan’s Roar and task you to get 3 Wild Offerings. This requires you to find stealthed NPCs in high level dungeons. These NPCs will not spawn unless you clear the area! You can do these in any order, but they are listed below in order of dungeon level.

  • Delirious Ancient – Zul’Farrak – Wandering around Ghaz’rilla’s room.
  • Delirious Ancient – Maraudon – In the water near Princess Theradras at the end of the dungeon.
  • Delirious Ancient – Blackrock Depths – Spawns on the Dark Iron Highway, near Bael’gar after killing the Houndmaster, Inquisitor, and the Ring of Law

When you find one of these NPCs, blow Agamaggan’s Roar. The NPC will become hostile. Kill the level 52 Elite and they will drop a Wild Offering. Once you have all 3 Wild Offerings head back to the Shadowtooth Emissary in Felwood to receive your Rune.

 

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