Hydro Tuskarr is a World of Warcraft World Quest that takes place in Thaldraszus, and it requires level 60. In Dragonflight, World Quests are no longer daily tasks, as they reset weekly—specifically, every Tuesday at 3pm UTC for U.S., Latin, and Oceanic servers.
This particular quest is rather straightforward in theory, yet it gave many a headache to players due to a bug. If you’re having issues with beating the Hydro Tuskarr World Quest in WoW: Dragonflight, here is a guide to avoid any problems you might find.
How to beat the Hydro Tuskarr World Quest in WoW: Dragonflight
To start this World Quest, you need to go to the location southwest of Algeth’ar Academy. When you reach the lake, find the Watergliding Instructor and choose between Iskaara Watergliders and Iskaara Waterwalkers on the table next to him. The first part of the quest would be to choose the Watergliders, but that is marked as optional.
The next part of the task is to catch 15 Eclipse Sturgeon from the lake nearby, and the best way to do that is to use Throw Net while gliding around.
Solutions for the Hydro Tuskarr World Quest bug in WoW: Dragonflight
While this World Quest looks simple enough, many players have reported issues that prevented them from completing the task. Some players that chose Waterwalkers couldn’t cast the net, but following the quest instructions and using Watergliders instead fixed the problem for them.
If you experience any bugs in this quest, try one of the following solutions:
- Log out and log in again;
- Fly out of the quest area, return, and make sure to choose the green option (Watergliders);
- Remove the Waterglider Buff manually by right-clicking it and select the green shoes again.
One of these solutions should allow you to cast the net while using the Waterglider Buff if you encountered this problem on your first try. After fixing this, catching the fish is a piece of cake!
Let us know in the comments whether you managed to complete this World Quest, and check out our dedicated section for more WoW: Dragonflight guides.
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