If you've been looking forward to having your World of Warcraft wings unclipped in Draenor, you'll need to earn an achievement. Here's how you do it.
A blog post on the European Battle.net World of Warcraft forums has outlined the arduous steps players need to take to earn the right to unrestricted flight across Draenor.
Blizzard originally clipped players wings in certain areas so they could provide "the best moment-to-moment gameplay", according to a blog post a couple of months back. But eventually the developer reached a compromise with fans.
That compromise was the introduction of an achievement, after which point players would be able to fly freely across the wastelands of Draenor.
To get the multi-part achievement, you'll need to first collect "at least 100 treasures from Nagrand, Gorgrond, Shadowmoon Valley, Frostfire Ridge, Spires of Arak and Talador". Anyone who meets this criteria will receive the "Master Treasure Hunter" achievement for their efforts, which is the first step in the process.
As you'd expect, you'll need to finish all of the chapters for your faction quests, which grants you the Loremaster of Draenor Achievement. From there, you'll need to finish 12 daily quests from your level 2 or 3 garrison and reach Revered reputation with three of the Tanaan Jungle factions.
Oh, and you'll have to earn all the exploration achievements in Draenor too. No slacking off by skipping zones!
Wowhead has an excellent guide outlining everything as well and there's a handy video which you can watch below in case you get confused.
Best of luck exploring Draenor!