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Warlords Timewalking is currently scheduled for the week of May 28, according to the in-game calendar and the event has finally been enabled for testing on 8.1.5 PTR.

Check out our Patch 8.1.5 hub for the latest World of Warcraft news!

Preliminary Date: May 28 (subject to change at any given time)

Weekly Quest: A Savage Path Through TIme - Complete 5 Timewalking dungeons to receive a cache that contains one Normal difficulty piece of the current raid tier's armor. At the time of writing, it's Cache of Dazar'alor Treasures Cache of Dazar'alor Treasures, but by the time the event goes live, it will be changed to either Crucible or Nazjatar raid cache.

During Warlords Timewalking, players at level 101+ will be able to enter the following dungeons:

  • The Everbloom
  • Bloodmaul Slag Mines
  • Iron Docks
  • Auchindoun
  • Shadowmoon Burial Grounds
  • Skyreach

Warlords Timewalking Vendors

Tempra (A) can be found in Stormshield and Kronnus (H) in Warspear. We have new Portal Rooms in Patch 8.1.5, so simply take the portal to Ashran to reach them.

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Heirloom Upgrade Tokens

Item Level 350 Gear

Gear costs 25 Timewarped Badges per item. 1H Weapons can be purchased for 50, Blammo's Blammer Blammo's Blammer & Forgotten Champion's Blade Forgotten Champion's Blade cost 100 Timewarped Badges. Here's a list of all items that you can buy from the Timewalking vendors:

Mounts

Reputation Tokens

BoA tokens that increase your reputation standing with Draenor factions by 300 each. One costs 50 Timewarped Badges.

Toys

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