WoW Dragonflight: How to Customize Your Dragon

Here we look at how to customize your dragon in WoW: Dragonflight.

Using the Rostrum of Transformation at Skytop Observatory in WoW Dragonflight
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You haven’t been earning dragon customization options through Dragonflight‘s main campaign for nothing. Here’s how to customize your dragon in WoW: Dragonflight to your particular tastes.

WoW Dragonflight: How to Customize Your Dragon

Early in Dragonflight, you’ll go to Skytop Observatory to take on some quests that teach you how to ride and customize your dragon. To do so, you’ll use a Rostrum of Transformation.

As for the customization options, they’re called Drakewatcher Manuscripts, and you’ll acquire them through dungeons, Renown, and quests. I haven’t hunted for Drakewatcher Manuscripts intentionally, but I don’t feel like I’m lacking options for customization with my dragons, so you do gather them as you go through the Dragon Isles. As a nice feature, customization options are account-wide so you don’t need to get the same ones on every character.

There’s a total of four Rostrums of Transformation. On your minimap, they show up as a golden dragon head.

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Rostrums of Transformation Locations

You’ll find Rostrums of Transformation at:

  • Skytop Observatory in Waking Shores
  • Rusza’thar Reach in Ohn’ahran Plains
  • Misty Canyon Overlook in Azure Span
  • Western side of Valdrakken

Then, you can continue your journey in the Dragon Isles with a new style. And if you get bored of your dragons’ looks, you can hunt for specific manuscripts or visit a Rostrum of Transformation again without too much of a hassle since you can find one in each major Dragonflight area. For more WoW: Dragonflight guide content, check out the Forbidden Reach Dragon Glyph locations or how to complete Trial of Storms.

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Melissa Sarnowski

Melissa Sarnowski turned her hobbies of gaming and writing into a job through freelancing with the help of an English degree. If she isn't playing games and writing guides for them, she's spending time with her family or her dog.