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Dragonflight's First Raid, Vault of the Incarnates Bosses and Unlock Schedule Detailed

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 With Dragonflight out and many enjoying their adventures in the Dragon Isles, Blizzard has announced the Vault of the Incarnates raid schedule and details.

The raid will unlock the week of December 12th, something Blizzard had already announced. As we get closer to next week’s raid opening, there are a ton more details to get familiar with (or as much as you need to prep if you still want to be surprised at all during your first run).  

When Vault of the Incarnates unlocks next week, it will be available in Normal, Heroic, and Mythic difficulties. There are eight raid bosses in total for the full experience once it’s all available, and it's recommended for those who have hit the new cap of 70 with the minimum item level of 359. 

The week of December 19th, Raid Finder Wing 1 will open, bringing additional challenging foes, like Eranog, commander of the Primalist forces and his army, and the Primal Council, consisting of four elemental masters. 

After that, the next unlock will happen the week of January 2nd after a break, adding Raid Finder Wing 2, with three new bosses, including Terros, a terror locked between two worlds when an attempt to pull him through from the elemental plane. He might be a little bothered by the experience. 

Finally, the week of January 16th will open Raid Finder Wing 3, with Fury of the Storm, the bosses Broodkeeper Diurna and Raszageth The Storm-Eater.

To accompany the new raid, there are also new achievements including the brand-new Vault of the Incarnate that will involve defeating all of the bosses on any difficulty. Of course, that's the simple one, relatively speaking. There are 19 more achievements to earn, including a meta achievement, depending on the difficulty, so get ready to work your way up if you’re a completist.

You can read the full details on the first Dragonflight raid, Vault of the Incarnates, over at World of Warcraft.


Christina Gonzalez

Christina is MMORPG.COM’s News Editor and a contributor since 2011. Always a fan of great community and wondering if the same sort of magic that was her first guild exists anymore.