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We're looking at the Storm-Eater customization option for the Renewed Proto-Drake coming in Dragonflight.
The Gladiator mount in Dragonflight Season 1 is an actual Dragonriding mount which makes me believe it will work the same way for the Mythic Raszageth mount.
Blizzard also added Renewed Proto-Drake: Embodiment of the Storm-Eater, a new type of item called Drakewatcher Manuscript that unlocks the new customization option for the Renewed Proto-Drake.
The mount is a customization option tied to the Renewed Proto-Drake and cannot be customized.
The map your characters hold when they open in-game maps has been updated in Dragonflight.
Your characters hold a map whenever you open in-game maps. The map received a brand new model in the Dragonflight expansion. On the left, we see the new map, but the character is holding it upside down). On the right, we see the old map model from live servers.
Image courtesy of Andrewn49.
We’ve datamined some new assets tied to Controller Bindings in this week’s Dragonflight Beta build that indicate official controller support may be coming soon.
The icons show support for various types of controllers, mainly Xbox and Playstation. With the Microsoft acquisition of Activision Blizzard, a console port of the game does not seem so unlikely.
The Winds of Wisdom buff that increases Experience gains by 50% will return on October 4, making it an ideal time to level a new character for Dragonflight. The buff will be removed when Evokers become available for play.
Currently, the rumored launch date of the pre-patch is October 25.
If you’re just returning after a hiatus from World of Warcraft, leveling another character (or two), or preparing to get ready for the Dragonflight expansion then this is the perfect time to jump into the game. Beginning the week of October 4 with each region’s local weekly reset, all World of Warcraft* players level 10-59 will gain the experience buff called “Winds of Wisdom,” which will increase experience gains by 50%!
Don’t delay. The winds will shift once more when the new dracthyr Evoker becomes playable during the Dragonflight pre-expansion patch, and the experience buff will no longer be available.
* Experience boost not available in World of Warcraft Classic titles.
Dragonflight Season 1 will go live the week of December 12, with all raid difficulties opening simultaneously. Cross-faction Mythic Vault of the Incarnates will be available from the start.
Dragonflight Season 1 goes live starting the week of December 12, bringing a new raid, an updated rotation of challenging Mythic+ dungeons, and a new PvP Season. Mark your calendars for the road ahead and get ready to take on all new challenges.
New Raid: Vault of the Incarnates
Unravel the mysteries of the Vault of the Incarnates Vault of the Incarnates is the first raid players will experience in Dragonflight, featuring eight all-new boss encounters.
The Primalists breached the Titan prison used to hold the Incarnates for millennia. Within, Raszageth performs a foul ritual to unleash her siblings so together they can purge the world of the Titans' influence. The champions of Azeroth must assault this impregnable fortress and break their defenses to end this threat. While many could fall, defeat condemns all the realms to the Incarnates' reign of fire and blood.
Raid Release Schedule:
Week of December 12: Normal, Heroic, and Mythic Vault of the Incarnates will open with the weekly maintenance for each region Week of December 19: Vault of the Incarnates Raid Finder Wing 1 opens Week of January 2: Vault of the Incarnates Raid Finder Wing 2 opens Week of January 16: Vault of the Incarnates Raid Finder Wing 3 opens Cross-Faction Mythic and Hall of Fame Eligibility
Cross-faction Mythic Vault of the Incarnates will be available from the start. Hall of Fame entries will require at least 16 out of 20 raiders to be from the same guild and faction to be eligible for rewards. See this support article for more information.
New Dungeon Rotation
Dragonflight Season 1 will feature a new dungeon rotation for Mythic+. Four dungeons from Dragonflight are included, and four returning dungeons from previous expansions. Here’s the full lineup:
Ruby Life Pools The Nokhud Offensive The Azure Vault Algeth’ar Academy Halls of Valor (from the Legion™ expansion) Court of Stars (from the Legion™ expansion) Shadowmoon Burial Grounds (from the Warlords of Draenor™ expansion) Temple of the Jade Serpent (from the Mists of Pandaria™ expansion) Court of Stars, one of the dungeons returning in Dragonflight Season 1 M+ and PvP Season 1 will also begin the week of December 12 with regional maintenance. For Dragonflight, there will be no loot caps for Mythic+ on the first week, as Mythic Vault of the Incarnates will open at the same time.
Mythic+ Dungeon Affixes
For Season 1, we're introducing a new affix, but the Necrotic and Inspiring affixes won't be making an appearance. More information on this new affix will be released at a later date.
A Rewarding New Season Ahead
Dragonflight Season 1 will feature familiar exclusive rewards such as the Ahead of the Curve and Cutting Edge achievements for raids, Keystone Master achievements, rewards for Mythic+, and Gladiator rewards for PvP. Closer to the start of Season 1, we’ll share more information on seasonal rewards and how to obtain them.
Hic Sunt Dracones—"Here be dragons.”
The journey to the Dragon Isles is about to begin. We look forward to joining you in a new age of adventure in Dragonflight. See you in Azeroth!