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World of Warcraft News - Time-Walking Rewards, Valor's Return & New Mounts

Posted by Suzie Ford on Oct 14, 2015  | Comments

The World of Warcraft community site has been updated with a preview of the next patch coming to the PTR soon that, while called a "small" patch, contains some important and interesting changes to time walking dungeons, the return of Valor as a currency, the end of Arena Season 2 and more.

Six Cataclysm dungeons will be added to the time walking events held on periodic weekends: Grim Batol, Stonecore, Lost City of Tol'vir, The Vortex Pinnacle, Throne of Tides and End Time. In addition, the Pit of Saron will be added to Lich King time walking dungeons as well as the Magister's Terrace to the Burning Crusade event.

In addition, players will be excited to learn that they'll possibly be able to score the Infinite Dragonflight mount as a rare drop from any time walking dungeon boss!

One of the most common requests we’ve heard ever since introducing Timewalking was for there to be some way to obtain an Infinite Dragonflight mount, since it’d fit perfectly with the theme of time manipulation, aside from being just plain cool-looking. We agree. Inspired by Murozond, the final boss of the End Time dungeon that is included in the Cataclysm Timewalking rotation, the Infinite Timereaver will be a rare drop from any dungeon boss during all of the Timewalking events.

Other notable additions to this patch:

  • Cross-realm Mythic raiding
  • The return of Valor as a currency to upgrade gear. Players will earn Valor from Heroic and Mythic dungeons and from the first Raid Finder run in any given week. Gear can be upgraded five iLevels two times for each piece.
  • Players defeating Archimonde on Heroic difficulty or higher will receive a fragment that sets off a quest chain that gives insight into what is in store for Azeroth and an epic Grove Warden mount as a reward
  • Mythic dungeon gear will drop up to iLevel 725 and Baleful items from Tanaan will scale to 695 along with a new mythic dungeon drop of an heirloom trinket that scales to iLevel 110.
Read the full post on the World of Warcraft site.
 

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at MMORPG.com. Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom