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Hey, what’s going on, guys! This is Librarian Husky, and I hope you’re all doing well today! For today’s guide, I’ll be going over the Soul Ash farming boost service in World of Warcraft Shadowlands.
Why do Customers choose Huskyboost for Soul Ash Farm Services?
How does it work?
What is the delivery time?
- The average time is 2 hours per 5150 amount of the Soul Ash Currency
- 60 level
- Huskyboost will ask the customer to have Torghast and The Maw unlocked
- Layer 9 in the Torghast also will be required
What do Customers Receive?
- Pilot: Entirely handmade service for farming Soul Ash Currency with free stream
- Remote: 100% safe Service, when a booster will take control of the Customer’s desktop, using the remote connection.
More Information About Torghast Soul Ash Farm Service:
Some changes are coming in patch 9.1 to soul ash – the legendary crafting currency. So basically, it’ll be some tips and tricks for farming a little easier.
Despite the new soul cinders currency coming out with 9.1, you will still need soul ash for crafting legendaries up to rank 4. Or, if you’re making a new legendary from scratch, you will still need it for ranks 5 and 6. Knowing how to get your hands on more of it faster will prove handy if you want to craft extra legendaries for different specs or needs.
Two of the biggest things to know about patch 9.1 are:
- the drop rate of soul ash in tour gas is going to be way higher
- you’ll also be able to earn soul ash as well repeatedly
We’re looking at a fifty percent increase in soul ash on layers one through eight for the drop rate. The new layers nine through twelve will also award some soul ash. If you’re clearing layer 12 every week of every wing, you’ll be earning almost double the soul ash that you were in patches 9.0 and 9.0.5. This is already pretty sweet because it means you’ll be able to craft a rank four legendary from scratch every three weeks as long as you’re doing layer 12 clears of each wing.
Well, that’s great, and the fact you can farm Torghast layers for soul ash is even more potent. Since it means you can do it if you want your rank for legendary in a week.
How it works:
- When you clear a layer of Torgast for the first time that week, you’ll earn the total amount of soul ash that you’re expecting to earn
- If you decide to re-clear that layer or any lower layer, you will still learn soul ash; however, it’s less.
To be exact, as of now, at least, you’ll earn 20% of the soul ash that layer completion would typically give you. For example, let’s say you jumped right into a layer eight tour guest run for the week, and you clear it. In patch 9.1, that layer eight transparent would give you 860 soul ash if it was your first one for the week.
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Now you decide to run that layer eight again of the same wing and clear it. Doing this will net you 172 soul ash, and you can repeat it infinitely. While this would take quite a lot of Torhast runs, it means you can quite literally get all the soul ash you need in one day to craft a rank four legendary if you wanted to.
In my personal experience on the ptr, I’ve found that you want to do whatever layer of Torghast you can as quickly as possible if you’re trying to farm soul ash. This means doing something that’s only like a layer five or a layer 6, for example, because these lower layers are much easier than trying to re-clear the higher ones, and you’ll be able to do them way faster.
You are using the same example of a layer eight clear, giving you soul ash when you rerun it. A layer six transparent would provide you with 146 soul ash, which is 20% of 730. Depending on your class, how geared you are, and what anima powers you get, it can be exceptionally fast to sneak or sprint through entire floors, avoiding as many enemies as possible to finish your run and get your soul ash.
The amount of soul ash does not change based on how well you do the run or how many points you get in the new scoring system, or anything like that, which means you can just stealth by things and only kill what you have to finish the run. Then you can easily have some Torghast runs completed in five minutes or less. It’ll come down to what level you’re most capable of doing the speed run style of Torghast stat. But if you happen to be like a rogue or a druid or really anyone who can stealth, then your completion times can be pretty nutty. If needed, you can even use invisibility potions now and then if you’re trying to get a Torghast run down as fast as possible.
Another bit of good info for soul ash farming is that you can use your alts to do it, and Bonesmith Heirmir sells a new item in Korthia – the packaged soul ash.
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This item costs 300 soul ash to purchase and is a bind-on-account currency box that contains 250 soul ash. This means that you lose a little bit of soul ash by doing this conversion, but it also means you can farm the crap out of soul ash on your main to catch your alts. Or you can use your army of alts to boost soul ash for your main. This would only be effective for your first clears of the week since those give substantially more than when you re-clear torghast. But if you have many alts, I can see this being an exceptionally time-saving way to clear your top layer once, then funnel all that soul ash onto your principal.
There is a slight catch to this, though. You must reach renown level 44 and complete the fourth chapter of the Chains of Domination campaign – the Last Sigil. This chapter has a lot to do with Bonesmith Heirmir of the Necrolords and the primus. You need to finish that chapter without spoiling too much before she shows up as a vendor in Keepers or Spite, the new sanctuary area in Korthia.
The best part is that you only have to do this chapter once for all your characters to access Bonesmith Heirmir because she will show up as a spectral vision form if you’re on a character that hasn’t completed the fourth chapter yet, as long as you’ve done it at least once on your account. A genuinely massive quality of life thing, as I was worried that you’d have to do this on every character to access this vendor. She also has some other very important items that will be the topic of another Guide. Either way, I hope this little article on tips and tricks for soul ash farm boosting service proves helpful to you.
Don’t also hesitate to check our WoW Torghast Boosting Services. There are a lot of tasty things to catch.
Thank you all so much for reading. This is the Librarian Husky, and I’ll see you guys around.