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Mythic Uldir & Raid Finder Wing 1 Now Available

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Mythic Uldir is now open and the most challenging content awaits! If you're still gearing up, don't forget to queue up for the first Raid Finder wing as well!

Class Guides

Check out our updated Class guides and boss by boss strategies for every specialization!

Uldir Raid Unlock Schedule

Mythic Uldir will be available in EU tomorrow, Raid Finder Wing 2 opens in two weeks.

Difficulty Date (US) Date (EU)
Normal / Heroic September 4th September 5th
Mythic / Raid Finder Wing #1 September 11th September 12th
Raid Finder Wing #2 September 25th September 26th
Raid Finder Wing #3 October 9th October 10th

Loot Information

Raid Finder drops ilvl 340+ gear and Mythic difficulty up to 385+ with Titanforging capped at ilvl 400.

Difficulty Item level
Raid Finder 340+
Normal 355+
Heroic 370+
Mythic 385+

Uldir Raid Guides

Battle for Azeroth's first raid features 8 bosses and you can check out our detailed boss guides by clicking the images below.

Halls of Containment (Taloc / Zek'voz, Herald of N'zoth / MOTHER)

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Crimson Descent (Vectis / Zul, Reborn / Fetid Devourer)

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Heart of Corruption (Mythrax, the Unraveler / G'huun)

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Uldir Mythic difficulty is now available! Are you ready to face the horrors waiting in the depths of this long-sealed titan facility? You’ll need keen teamwork and cooperation to defeat Uldir’s eight bosses—and defeating G’huun, the final boss of the raid, on Mythic difficulty will reward the title The Purifier.

Who will be the first to complete this new challenge? 

RAID FINDER WING 1 NOW OPEN!

Raid Finder Wing 1: The Halls of Containment is now available to players who have reached level 120 and have a minimum ilevel of 320. To queue for this new adventure, simply join with Group Finder (I) as either a healer, tank, or damage dealer. Learn more about each of the bosses in this wing through the Adventure Guide (J) in the Raids tab.

Ruin's Descent: Taloc

Ruin’s Descent: Taloc

The titan keepers enacted countless systems to detect and contain any breach from the facility. Their most powerful construct, Taloc, kept watch for any signs of corruption in the region and ruthlessly excised any that he found. But as thousands of years passed, its internal defenses began to decay, making it vulnerable to corruption.

Hall of Sanitation: MOTHER

Hall of Sanitation: MOTHER

Uldir’s titanic watcher was gifted with tenacity and an insatiable desire to discover a “solution” to the Old Gods. Her protocols have remained fully intact, even though many other systems in her facility have collapsed. WARNING: M.O.T.H.E.R. will not accept aid from contaminated subjects.

Archives of Eternity: Zek’voz

Archives of Eternity: Zek’voz

Shortly after the Sundering, a dark messenger arrived on the fresh shores of Zandalar, intending to bring the newly isolated tribe into the service of N’Zoth. Zek’voz was prepared to entice, bribe, cajole, corrupt, or simply kill them, but he was not prepared to encounter the defenses of Uldir. He was captured, studied, disassembled, and stored in the Titans’ Archives, where he has waited for a chance to escape.

View the complete Uldir raid unlock schedule here

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Hoping to finally get some decent Holy Paladin Azerite traits, the stuff that has been dropping in Mythic dungeons has been awful.

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5 hours ago, Tarazet said:

Hoping to finally get some decent Holy Paladin Azerite traits, the stuff that has been dropping in Mythic dungeons has been awful.

The traits from the raid are pretty much the same... 

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