Mythic+ Rogue Shroud of Concealment Trash Skips

Last updated on Feb 26, 2021 at 10:00 by Petko 3 comments

This page details the most useful paths to take for groups that have a Rogue and want to use their Shroud to skip mobs in any of the Shadowlands dungeons in Mythic+ Season 1.


Shroud Skips in Shadowlands Mythic+

The skips shown below are useful, but not required, to complete the keystone in time. You should consider them if you want to experiment or save time!


Halls of Atonement

This skip will save you time as you do not need to kill extra trash mobs in order to make your way to Echelon. Furthermore, you can decide to play the 80% (4th Prideful) Prideful Icon Prideful buff with Halkias The Sin-Stained Goliath, which makes it more efficient.

Shroud Skip for Halls of Atonement

Mists of Tirna Scithe

This skip can be done by either by Shroud of Concealment Icon Shroud of Concealment or out of combat Crowd Control, such as Sap Icon Sap and Imprison Icon Imprison. The skip leads directly to the "secret door", which can only be opened by Night Fae, and it allows you to pick up 10-minute buffs for the whole party.

In addition, it allows you to have just enough count to spawn Prideful Icon Prideful prior engaging IngraMaloch, which will speed up the dungeon.

Shroud Skip for Mists of Tirna Scithe


The first skip allows you to pass through the Slime Tentacles leading towards Doctor Ickus without killing them one by one, which is very time inefficient.

Another skip via Shroud of Concealment Icon Shroud of Concealment is passing through the Slime Tentacles which lead straight to the pack of mobs prior to engaging Domina Venomblade.

Shroud Skip for Plaguefall Shroud Skip for Plaguefall

Sanguine Depths

This skip allows you to bypass the first room leading to Kryxis the Voracious without getting extra mob count, which then allows you to have a perfectly-timed Prideful buff on the pack prior to engaging the boss. This strategy is extremely useful on both Fortified Icon Fortified and Tyrannical Icon Tyrannical, as this boss is one of the harder ones in this dungeon.

Just as an extra note, you do not necessarily need a Rogue to skip it; you can just wait for the patrolling Insatiable Brute to pass, but sometimes his position can be awkward and you can end up waiting for more than 20-30 seconds or, in the worst-case scenario, risk ninja-pulling, which can result in a wipe.

Shroud Skip for Sanguine Depths

Spires of Ascension

This skip allows you to bypass the most dangerous pack of mobs in the area leading to Oryphrion. Having a Rogue here is extremely valuable, as it saves time and provides safety with the skip.

Shroud Skip for Spires of Ascension

The Necrotic Wake

The skip leading towards Amarth can be only done via Rogue's Shroud, which makes the class a very valuable addition to the team in this dungeon. It allows you to bypass one of the most dangerous trash mobs in the dungeon, which can save time and provide safety at the same time.

Shroud Skip for The Necrotic Wake

Theater of Pain

The first skip of this dungeon allows you to save offensive and defensive cooldowns directly for the first boss An Affront of Challengers, which is difficult on both Fortified Icon Fortified and Tyrannical Icon Tyrannical.

It does also provide you with the opportunity to proc the Prideful buff for the final boss, Mordretha the Endless Empress, via pulling a singular mob, which in most cases is the Raging Bloodhorn. He is not attached to the first pack of the dungeon - G1.

Shroud Skip for Theater of Pain

The second skip will allow you to skip unnecessary mob count via using Shroud to bypass Rancid Gasbag. Note that you do NOT need a shroud to pass it by, but the chances of you doing it in a un-coordinated group are slim to none, so make sure to only do it with a Rogue or using any movement speed ability when he stays still for a second.

Shroud Skip for Theater of Pain


  • 26 Feb. 2021: Detailed explanation added for Mists and Halls of Atonement.
  • 22 Dec. 2020: Updated for Shadowlands Season 1.
  • 03 Mar. 2020: Overhauled guide with new images for Season 4.
  • 16 Dec. 2018: Removed Underrot's first pull due to 8.1 nerf.
  • 31 Oct. 2018: Created.
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