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Darkmoon Decks in the Dragonflight Expansion

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We're taking a closer look at the Darkmoon trinkets coming in the Dragonflight expansion.

Darkmoon decks are trinkets that you can get by combining 8 cards. The cards will drop from all types of content in Dragonflight. The trinkets are "Unique-Equipped", so you can only wear one at a time.

Darkmoon Deck Boxes in Dragonflight

Darkmoon Deck Boxes are less powerful versions of the Dragonflight Darkmoon Decks and are Item Level 350.

Darkmoon Deck Box: Dance Darkmoon Deck Box: Dance

  • On-Use EffectRefreshing Dance Refreshing Dance - Call a Refreshing Dance that bounces 5-12 times between friends and foes within 0 to 25 yards dealing 9,435 Nature damage or 3,752 healing. The number of bounces is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (25 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck Box: Inferno Darkmoon Deck Box: Inferno

  • On-Use EffectDarkmoon Deck: Inferno Darkmoon Deck: Inferno - Hurl a Smoldering Inferno at the target that deals between 0-0 Fire damage. Damage dealt is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (40 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck Box: Rime Darkmoon Deck Box: Rime

  • On-Use EffectAwakening Rime Awakening Rime - Deal 0 Frost damage and apply Awakening Rime to your target for 4-12s. If the target dies while Awakening Rime is active, it explodes for 50 Frost damage split between enemies in a 10 yard radius. Duration is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (30 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck Box: Watcher Darkmoon Deck Box: Watcher

  • On-Use EffectWatcher's Blessing Watcher's Blessing - Grants the Watcher's Blessing for 5-12s and an absorb shield for 75,288 damage. If the shield depletes while Watcher's Blessing is active, gain 1,904 versatility for the same duration. Duration is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (1.5 min cooldown)

Darkmoon Decks in Dragonflight

Darkmoon Decks are Item Level 372. The trinkets are more powerful versions of Darkmoon Deck Boxes mentioned above.

Darkmoon Deck: Dance Darkmoon Deck: Dance

  • On-Use EffectRefreshing Dance Refreshing Dance - Call a Refreshing Dance that bounces 5-12 times between friends and foes within 0 to 25 yards dealing 0 Nature damage or 0 healing. The number of bounces is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (25 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck: Inferno Darkmoon Deck: Inferno

  • On-Use EffectDarkmoon Deck: Inferno Darkmoon Deck: Inferno - Hurl a Smoldering Inferno at the target that deals between 0-0 Fire damage. Damage dealt is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (40 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck: Rime Darkmoon Deck: Rime

  • On-Use EffectAwakening Rime Awakening Rime - Deal 0 Frost damage and apply Awakening Rime to your target for 4-12s. If the target dies while Awakening Rime is active, it explodes for 50 Frost damage split between enemies in a 10 yard radius. Duration is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (30 yd range, 1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck: Watcher Darkmoon Deck: Watcher

  • On-Use Effect: Watcher's Blessing Watcher's Blessing - Grants the Watcher's Blessing for 5-12s and an absorb shield for 0 damage. If the shield depletes while Watcher's Blessing is active, gain 0 versatility for the same duration. Duration is determined by the top-most card of the deck. (1.5 min cooldown)
  • Equip: Periodically shuffle the deck while in combat.

Darkmoon Deck: Ysera Darkmoon Deck: Ysera

The following deck was most likely discontinued. We currently have no upgrade deck box available for it.

  • On-Equip: Darkmoon Deck: Ysera Darkmoon Deck: Ysera - Your healing spells have a chance to infuse your target with emerald vibes, healing them for 0 health.
  • On-Equip: Darkmoon Deck: Ysera Darkmoon Deck: Ysera - When Darkmoon ability is cast, deal 0 Fire damage to a random enemy.

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