Where to Find the Lifebloom Rune in Season of Discovery (SoD)
  • Author: Luxrah
  • Date: November 30, 2023
  • Updated: February 2, 2024
  • Expansion: WoW Classic

This guide will cover how to get the Lifebloom rune for Druids 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 Lifebloom Rune

The method of discovering this rune is shared with the Paladin’s Inspiration Exemplar Rune, the Priest’s Prayer of Mending Rune, and the Shaman’s Ancestral Guidance Rune. You will need to group with a Druid, Paladin, Priest, or Shaman to complete it.

To get the Lifebloom rune, you will need the assistance of a second player that is capable of healing. This can be a Priest, a Paladin, or another Druid. (Mages don’t work for this, even with healing runes.)

Head to The Grizzled Den, a cave west of Kharanos in Dun Morogh, around 42, 54. Enter it and wind around until you reach the first cavern on the right. You will probably have to fight your way through some level 6-8 wendigos to get there.

Look for a corpse called Adventurer’s Remains around 43, 49.6. If someone has recently used it, you may need to wait for it to respawn.

Click on it and select “Begin the ritual.” A summoning portal will appear which your partner needs to click on to help summon an Adventurer’s Spirit. Loot Rune of Life from the spirit and right-click it to learn the Rune Engraving.

To get the Lifebloom rune, you will need the assistance of a second player that is capable of healing. This can be a Priest, a Shaman, or another Druid. (Mages don’t work for this, even with healing runes.)

Head into Kolkar Crag through a pass in the hills southwest of Sen’jin Village in Durotar. You can expect to encounter some hostile level 6-8 centaurs here. Look for a corpse called Adventurer’s Remains under a tree at the far end of the canyon, around 48.0, 79.5. If someone has recently used it, you may need to wait for it to respawn.

Click on it and select “Begin the ritual.” A summoning portal will appear which your partner needs to click on to help summon an Adventurer’s Spirit. Loot Rune of Life from the spirit and right-click it to learn the Rune Engraving.

To get the Lifebloom rune, you will need the assistance of a second player that is capable of healing. This can be a Priest, a Paladin, or another Druid. (Mages don’t work for this, even with healing runes.)

Look for a corpse called Adventurer’s Remains on the other side of the hill east of Jerod’s Landing in Elwynn Forest, at 52.2, 84.7. There are level 8-9 mobs nearby, but none that patrol particularly close. If someone has recently used it, you may need to wait for it to respawn.

Click on it and select “Begin the ritual.” A summoning portal will appear which your partner needs to click on to help summon an Adventurer’s Spirit. Loot Rune of Life from the spirit and right-click it to learn the Rune Engraving.

To get the Lifebloom rune, you will need the assistance of a second player that is capable of healing. This can be a Priest, a Shaman, or another Druid. (Mages don’t work for this, even with healing runes.)

Head to the Venture Co. Mine entrance at 60.0, 36.0 in northeast Mulgore. It’s up on a hill. You’ll likely have to fight several miners around level 8-10 as you pass through.

Take a left at the first opportunity and then take a right. Follow the tracks across a short bridge. On the other side, take another left, and you’ll cross a second bridge. This will take you to the mine’s exit.

Exit the mine and go right, down the hill to an area with some tents and fallen trees. Look for a corpse called Adventurer’s Remains around 60, 33. If someone has recently used it, you may need to wait for it to respawn. Click on it and select “Begin the ritual.” A summoning portal will appear which your partner needs to click on to help summon an Adventurer’s Spirit. Loot Rune of Life from the spirit and right-click it to learn the Rune Engraving.

To get the Lifebloom rune, you will need the assistance of a second player that is capable of healing. This can be a Priest, a Paladin, or another Druid. (Mages don’t work for this, even with healing runes.)

Look for a corpse called Adventurer’s Remains in the Oracle Glade in the northwest of Teldrassil, around 32, 35. It’s tucked against the hills. You’ll likely have to fight off some level 8-9 harpies. If someone has recently used it, you may need to wait for it to respawn.

Click on it and select “Begin the ritual.” A summoning portal will appear which your partner needs to click on to help summon an Adventurer’s Spirit. Loot Rune of Life from the spirit and right-click it to learn the Rune Engraving.

 

About the Author

Luxrah

I've been playing World of Warcraft on and off since vanilla, usually as a healer or caster and often as a guild leader. I play both retail and classic. I also love RPGs, sandboxes, and sims.
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Alexkidd
Alexkidd
2 months ago

for Tauren you have to go trough venture co. cave and over a bridge

Elevate
Elevate
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2 months ago

If you struggle to find players at the tauren one you can also do the fallen adventurer in senjin village with a class that has heals

Oneminute
Oneminute
2 months ago

Looted from a dead sprit in teldrassil 33,35 SW Harpy area

chris
chris
2 months ago

please update that both people in the party must be able to heal: I could not complete this quest with a Rogue, but was able with a Priest.

Echohce
Echohce
1 month ago

does the player have to be spec healer not just able to heal? Tried doing it with a mage that can heal but isn’t a ‘healer’ and couldn’t do it. Thanks!

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