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Turbulent Timeways Timewalking Event Returns on September 27

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Turbulent Timeways are back in Patch 10.1.7! The event consists of 5 weeks of Timewalking. The weekly quest offers Heroic Aberrus loot and you can even earn a mount this time around!

Turbulent Timeways Schedule

According to the in-game calendar on the 10.1.7 PTR, the event will start on September 27 and end on October 30.

  • Week 1: Cataclysm Timewalking
  • Week 2: Burning Crusade Timewalking
  • Week 3: Legion Timewalking
  • Week 4: Mists of Pandaria Timewalking
  • Week 5: Wrath Timewalking

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Turbulent Timeways Rewards

Turbulent Timeways Meta-Achievement

A new meta-achievement for the Timewalking event has been added called Master of the Troubled Timeways Master of the Troubled Timeways.

"Gain Mastery of Timeways Mastery of Timeways for 5 consecutive weeks during the Turbulent Timeways event."

Completing consecutive Timewalking dungeons will gain Distilled Knowledge of Timeways Distilled Knowledge of Timeways, increasing XP gained from killing monsters and completing quests.

When you earn 10 applications, you will receive  Mastery of Timeways Mastery of Timeways, that increases XP gains from monster kills and quest completion by 30%.

For the meta-achievement you must gain Mastery of Timeways Mastery of Timeways for 5 consecutive weeks to get the Sandy Shalewing mount.


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I like the achievement, but the mount is terrible.


They could have added a new mount or maybe add a recolor of an older mount that is no longer available

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You gotta do 10 dungeons to get to 30%? Then you're supposed to keep doing them because the XP buff was the entire reason you did them in the first place?


Why not just bring the 50% xp buff back from the get go.

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If the XP buff is account-wide, I’ll consider it. If it’s per-character, since timewalking is for level 60-70, if a character starts at 60, by the time they get the buff they’ll probably be almost to 70, anyway.

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Why mess with the buff? It makes no sense. Make it like it always is- 50% account wide like players expect. Would have loved to see them add a raid boss or two to Abberrus with this patch. Content has been coming quicker but it seems like the raid has been out a while at this point........ Maybe something to consider for the future if they continue with this patch model and less bosses in the raids.

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