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Antorus, the Burning Throne raid opens tomorrow and the ceiling of Mythic Keystone runs will go up to 15 the week of December 5, when the Mythic difficulty of Antorus becomes available. If you complete a M+ 10-15 this week, that effort will be reflected in your weekly chest on December 5.

With M+ not being capped at +10, the max item level of rewards is also increasing. Complete a M+15 run this week in order to receive a piece of ilvl 960 loot in next week's cache. No changes to difficulty are currently planned. Titanforging will be capped at item level 985 and the max ilvl reward from the weekly chest should be 960 (40 below Legendary item level).

Keystone Level Loot (Item Level) Weekly Order Hall Cache Loot (Item Level)
2 890 905
3 890 910
4 895 915
5 900 920
6 905 920
7 905 925
8 910 925
9 910 930
10 915 935
11 *new* 920 940
12 *new* 925 945
13 *new* 930 950
14 *new* 935 955
15 *new* 940 960

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So we need to farm non-set gears from M+ like before, awesome! Can't wait to get 985 in the first 3 weeks just like before with 955 cap, muhahaha.

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1 hour ago, Hypersonic said:

So we need to farm non-set gears from M+ like before, awesome! Can't wait to get 985 in the first 3 weeks just like before with 955 cap, muhahaha.

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Alas it is wrong for the in dungeon loot, have done 2 dungeons and base was 915 at +15 :( I'm guessing the increase is when Antorus Mythic goes live? Will edit again next week if correct.

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9 hours ago, Bobbis said:

Alas it is wrong for the in dungeon loot, have done 2 dungeons and base was 915 at +15 :( I'm guessing the increase is when Antorus Mythic goes live? Will edit again next week if correct.

 

On 28/11/2017 at 1:02 AM, Stan said:

Antorus, the Burning Throne raid opens tomorrow and the ceiling of Mythic Keystone runs will go up to 15 the week of December 5, when the Mythic difficulty of Antorus becomes available.

It explains it in the first sentence of the article.

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Hi All

I'm new to this site but I follow you from time for your precious hints and guides.

 

I have a question about the mythic+ weekly chest scaling item level you proposed on this post.

Today (EU) I opened my weekly chest and the week before I finished with only a +13 mythic completed.

 

In the chest I found a ilvl 950 relic with description "Mythic 13 Titanforged".

Based on the table above, how is it possible that I received a "Titanforged" item with ilvl950 if the base ilvl for a +13 is 950 ?

I also did a screenshot to assure I was not sleeping yet :)

 

Thanks for any hint about it.

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I answer to myself because I think I understand what's happening.

I just saw that every drop from the weekly chest is always titanforged, so this is the explanation :)

 

Thanks anyway.

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