The Gift of Devos in WoW: Shadowlands is being heralded as one of the most difficult challenges to complete.
World of Warcraft's (WoW) latest expansion, Shadowlands, has a plethora of extra challenges and content for players to complete. Aside from the main quests, with a little exploration and a whole lot of effort, interested parties can uncover several treasures in the various new territories. One of these is the Gift of Devos, obtainable as part of the "Treasures of Bastion" achievement.
Gift of Devos Shadowlands: How to Get
Players can only acquire the right to the Gift of Devos after securing their Proof of Loyalty. This, in and of itself, has proven to be quite a challenge.
To get the Proof of Loyalty, players need to take the Flame of Devotion all the way to the Brazier of Devotion without dropping it. If dropped, they'll need to start all over again—and there are several ways to drop the flame.
Any damage at all--whether from combat, falling, or otherwise—causes the flame to disappear. Mounting up or using the Shaman's Ghost Wolf travel form also removes the flame. The only way to keep the flame active is to travel, by foot, from the flame's location to the brazier without being hit.
Players have suggested several ways of completing this, fortunately. Most rely on afflicting enemy mobs with stuns, fear, or other status conditions to turn them away while running. Others simply defeat all the mobs before making their run at all. A few have even attempted to glitch the challenge, attempting to interact with the brazier through the wall instead of tackling the path head-on.
As part of an achievement, there isn't much practical use to securing the Gift of Devos. However, notable drops include an assortment of anima items in stacks of one through six and the Benevolent Gong item.