World of Warcraft Player Earns Every In-Game Achievement

One World of Warcraft streamer beats Shadowlands by earning all 4,481 achievements in the game just in time for Dragonflight.


A WoW content creator and streamer has finally beat World of Warcraft. Just ahead of Dragonflight, the player earned every achievement in World of Warcraft up through the Shadowlands expansion.


Stockholm World of Warcraft content creator Annie Fuchsia streamed herself earning her 4,481st achievement on October 24. With the Dragonflight Pre-Patch having begun on October 25, Fuchsia conquered Shadowlands quite literally on the last day.

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This massive number of achievements does not include time-locked Feats of Strength, though she undoubtedly earned many of them over the course of her World of Warcraft career. All 4,481 World of Warcraft achievements took Fuchsia 669 days–or over 16,000 hours–of active playtime on her main character, not including alts. The final achievement Fuchsia earned was “Synthe-Supersized” from Shadowlands Patch 9.2. To earn it, Fuchsia had to craft fifty different protoform creatures in Zereth Mortis–a feat that requires an absurd amount of farming.

Unfortunately for Fuchsia, the Dragonflight Pre-Patch’s launch the next day added hundreds of new achievements to the game, most of which will not be available until the expansion’s launch in late November. She only had a single day to admire her 100% progress before it dipped back down to 90%. Fuchsia will need to collect 483 achievements in Dragonflight to regain her perfect completion record.

Players were in shock and awe at Fuchsia’s groundbreaking achievement, with her post gathering close to 17,000 likes in just a couple of days. Players could not believe the amount of time Fuchsia had put into her accomplishment. Though she was not the first player to earn every achievement in game during a particular expansion, she seems to be the first to do so during Shadowlands–a massive accomplishment in itself. Players wished Fuchsia luck in doing so again once World of Warcraft: Dragonflight goes live.

Fuchsia and her fellow World of Warcraft players won’t have to wait long to start collecting achievements in Dragonflight. The second phase of the Dragonflight Pre-Patch launches on November 15. With access to the Dracthyr Evoker class and Forbidden Reach zones, as well as the Uldaman: Legacy of Tyr dungeon, plenty of achievements will become available to start working on until Dragonflight’s launch on November 28. Players will also be able to earn special Feats of Strength achievement, “Against the Elements,” from the Primal Storms event in phase two of the Dragonflight Pre-Patch. Achievement hunters like Fuchsia should have plenty to keep them busy as World of Warcraft enters a new era.

World of Warcraft is available on PC. Dragonflight launches on November 28.

Source: Gamerant

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