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How to Open Unwaking Echo in WoW

In World of Warcraft, you can explore the realm of Azeroth and go on an adventure.

Take on the role of a hero, battle monsters, navigate dungeons, and defend Azeroth.

Begin your adventure at Exile’s Reach and uncover the fate of a lost expedition.

Learn the basics of battle, explore dungeons, and progress to level 20 for free.

Choose your path as a hero and align yourself with either the Horde or the Alliance.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to find and open all 4 Unwaking Echo treasure chests in World of Warcraft (WoW) Dragonflight.

How to Open Unwaking Echo in WoW

There are 4 Unwaking Echo treasure chests in WoW that are usually found near sleeping creatures.

To open a chest, you need to use the /sleep emote to enter the dream realm and you’ll be able to interact with it.

Unwaking Echo locations in WoW:

  • /way #2200 55.31, 45.37 – Unwaking Echo #1
  • /way #2200 55.69, 22.56 – Unwaking Echo #2
  • /way #2200 46.38, 86.15 – Unwaking Echo #3
  • /way #2200 69.58, 52.90 – Unwaking Echo #4

The Unwaking Echo contains items like the Verdant Gleaner’s Scythe and the Spark of Life.

If you want to wake up, right-click on the Dreaming buff to get rid of it.

Further reading

How to Get the Scale of the Prismatic Whiskerfish in WoW

How to Get Moon-Blessed Claw in WoW

How to Get Mark of the Hibernating Runebear in WoW


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