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Ten new dungeons await in Battle for Azeroth. In this article, we looked at dungeon rewards and compared them to Legion.

Atal'Dazar and Freehold are currently available for testing on Alpha servers. More dungeons will be enabled at a later time. (See Dev Notes)

Dungeon Rewards in Battle for Azeroth (Patch 8.0.1)

Normal difficulty Item level 345
Heroic difficulty Item level 360
Mythic difficulty Item level 375

Legion Dungeon Rewards (Patch 7.3.5)

Normal difficulty Item level 166
Heroic difficulty Item level 174
Mythic difficulty Item level 182

New Dungeons in Battle for Azeroth

Here's the updated Dungeons tab for 8.0. Most of the content is still in development, but we listed boss names and skins where they were available.



  • Priestess Alun'za
  • Vol'kaal
  • Rezan
  • Yazma



  • Skycap'n Kragg
  • Council o' Captains
  • Ring of Booty
  • Harlan Sweete


King's Rest

  • The Golden Serpent


Shrine of the Storm

  • Aqu'sirr
  • Council
  • Priest
  • Faceless


Siege of Boralus

  • Sergeant Bainbridge
  • Hadal Darkfathom
  • Lady Ashvane


Temple of Sethraliss

  • Adderis and Aspix
  • Merektha
  • Lightning Elemental
  • Avatar of Sethraliss


The Undermine

  • Coin-operated Crowd Pummeler
  • Tik'all
  • Rixxa Fluxflame
  • Mogul Razzdunk


The Underrot

  • Elder Leaxa
  • Infested Crawg
  • Sporecaller Zancha
  • Taloc the Corrupted


Tol Dagor

  • The Sand Queen
  • Jes Howlis
  • Knight Captain Valyri
  • Overseer Korgus


Waycrest Manor

  • Witch Council
  • Wicker Goliath
  • Gluttony
  • Lord and Lady Waycrest
  • Drust King


World Bosses

Two outdoor world bosses have been added to Zandalar so far. Battle for Azeroth's first raid has two bosses listed: Trash Chimaera and G'huun, the Blood Good.

Kul Tiras

  • TBA


  • T'zane
  • Ji'arak


Raids in Battle for Azeroth


  • Chimaera Boss
  • G'huun


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Using the Arakkoa bones and rigs to make a Witch? That's clever! Even though it annoys me when Blizzard recycles animations, this is really nice.


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