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Amirdrassil. the Dream's Hope Raid Schedule in Season 3, Patch 10.2

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Here comes the raid schedule for 10.2's Season 3 start, as we see all the Amirdrassil dates for all difficulties. It seems we're getting another all-in-one week start, as Normal, Heroic and Mythic all go live on the first week of Season 3, on November 14th/15th! 

We also get a raid preview for all the bosses.

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Gather your allies and join the Dream Wardens as they stand against the machinations of Fyrakk and his allies, the Druids of the Flame—for fame, for glory, for the World Tree—and for the rewards. You’ll face nine new bosses and engage in a Dragonriding encounter, leading to the ultimate showdown at the top of Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope.

Having been carefully nurtured within the Emerald Dream, Amirdrassil is preparing to bloom and cross into Azeroth. But the fate of the new World Tree cannot be secured until Azeroth’s champions come together to face Fyrakk and his molten allies before he devours the heart of Amirdrassil and bathes the world in flame.

End Fyrakk’s chaos and earn great rewards for your efforts, such as new class sets and a new Legendary weapon—Fyr’alath, the Dream Render.

Raid Bosses: 9
Difficulties: Raid Finder, Normal, Heroic, Mythic
Level: 70
Raid Finder Minimum Item Level: 424

Raid Unlock Schedule

  • Week of November 14—Raid Finder Wing 1: Incarnates Wake (Gnarlroot – Igira the Cruel – Smolderon), Normal, Heroic, Mythic
  • Week of November 21— Raid Finder Wing 2: Molten Incursion (Volcoross – Larodar, Keeper of the Flame)
  • Week of November 28— Raid Finder Wing 3: The Viridian Weave (Council of Dreams – Nymue, Weaver of the Cycle)
  • Week of December 12—Raid Finder Wing 4: Fate of Amirdrassil (Tindral Sageswift – Seer of the Flame, Fyrakk the Blazing)



Once a devoted protector of the Emerald Dream, this formerly majestic ancient has been ravaged by flame and now only seeks to destroy.



Driven by cruelty, Igira is able to forge devastating weapons from the screams of her enemies. Within the verdant realm of the Emerald Dream, the torturer seeks to expand her arsenal.



It is said that Volcoross, the lava serpent, is so vast that no creature has lived long enough to see him in his entirety. The gargantuan viper now coils himself around the Emerald Dream to devour it whole.



The Council of Dreams are steadfast in their duties as defenders. Pip employs lethal trickery to confound his victims, while Urctos relies on brute strength to demolish his enemies. Aerwynn uses her wisdom and cunning to dominate the field and guide her fellow council members.



Once the faithful protector of the grove, Larodar succumbed to the power of flame. Now the twisted guardian is bent on reducing the Dream—and any who stand in his way—to ash.



Nymue was placed in this verdant realm when Eonar and Freya shaped the Dream. In Wellspring Temple, they enforce and protect the ordering of the emerald Dream, weaving its wilderness into complex patterns.




As the new Firelord, Smolderon has unleashed the power of the Firelands to expand his domain and incinerate the Emerald Dream.



Obsessed with restoring immortality to the Kaldorei, Tindral Sageswift agreed to work with Fyrakk. On the cusp of Fyrakk’s victory, the Seer of the Flame stands against the champions of Azeroth, ready to ensure Amirdrassil is reborn in flame.



Engorged with the power of shadowflame and wielding the legendary axe Fyr’alath the Dream Render, Fyrakk now prepares to feast on the energies of Amirdrassil itself.


The Guardians of the Dream content update is fast approaching. Prepare yourselves, defenders.

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...are we going to get any lore or story on how the Druids of the Flame, who served Ragnaros (and through him the Old God and indirectly the Void Lords) suddenly gained alliance with a proto dragon half a world and an ocean away?    After being soundly defeated in the events of Cataclysm?

Worried that "hurr durr they both use fire and there's a forest burning" might be all the explanation we get.

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