How to Participate in the Community Feast in WoW Dragonflight

Good soup builds lasting friendships.

World of Warcraft: Dragonflight is ushering in a new era of events for the Dragon Isles. While not all of the latest events are critical to the primary campaign, some optional fun events (like the Community Feast) provide an easy way to boost your relationships with the Tuskaar of the Dragon Isles. Here's how you can join in.

Joining the WoW: Dragonflight Community Feast

There's an opportunity to join a community feast every three and a half hours. These feasts occur in Iskaara, which can be found by looking to the southwest section of Azure Span. If you're already in Iskaara, you'll receive a notification 15 minutes before the event starts, so it's pretty hard to miss.

Before you can join in the feast, however, there are a few hurdles you'll need to climb. First, you'll need to be at least a Renown 3 among the Iskaara Tuskaar. Completing Iskaara quests will build you up to that level relatively quickly. Still, the hardest part is getting the 2,500 reputation points you'll need to be Renown 1, which unlocks the first Tuskaar village quests. Work through the main campaign in Dragonflight until you have at least 2,500 reputation points, and then jump on the quests in Iskaara to boost your renown level.

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After you reach Renown 3, go to Iskaara and talk to Chef Big Nook. He'll give you a list of tasks to complete to help him with his soup. Each task completed will bring in 25 reputation points. Make sure to finish at least five tasks because Pleeqi (who hangs out next to the soup pot) gives weekly rewards for completing at least five.

Rewards from WoW: Dragonflight Community Feast

If you complete the weekly soup quest, you will earn 500 reputation points among the Tuskaar. You'll also take home the Supply-Laden Soup Pot, which can give different rewards, like Gral's Reverence recipe. Should you complete enough of the tasks to reach legendary soup status, you'll trigger Bisquis, who you can loot once a day for rare reagents. If you kill Bisquis, you'll get the Leftover's Revenge achievement which lets you show off Big Kinook's Spare Ladle as a transmog for staff weapons.

After you finish the event, you can eat the soup, resulting in the Spirit of Sharing buff. This buff increases Versatility and boosts your health when you kill enemies.

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