Legion Mythic+ Timewalking
This service is available only during the Legion Timewalking event. The next event will start on December, 7th 2021.
If you are bored with Shadowlands dungeons, rejoice, because patch 9.1.5 will bring the dungeons that were originally designed with Mythic+ difficulty in mind back!
Buy our Legion Dungeon boost and beat Legion Timewalking dungeons with one of our professional teams and get achievements and gear for your character.
You will get the following rewards:
- A selected number of dungeons competed on a chosen keystone difficulty;
- Progress towards your Great Vault weekly chest objective.
- 135 Valor Points per Mythic dungeon.
- All items, including gear that you loot and gear, traded to you by the loot traders (purchased separately); Legion dungeon loot gear levels are equivalent to those you get in Shadowlands;
- Achievements for each of the six dungeons you complete with our team:
- Timewarped Badges for finishing each instance. Timewarped badges are a currency that can be exchanged for a wide variety of pets and cosmetic rewards.
Normally a single Legion Mythic+ Timewalking service takes ~40 minutes per run.
Ability to choose between a random Legion Mythic dungeon or a specific dungeon. Please note, that it may take us up to 72 hours to farm a specific key and level of your choice.
Self-play mode – in this mode you will play yourself, alongside the best team we can offer. Please understand, that to complete Legion Mythic Timewalking dungeons level 13 and higher in timer your DPS must be sufficient (i.e. 4k+ average DPS in a given run). If it turns out to be too low, the run will be downgraded to without timer mode and the price difference will be compensated with a coupon.
Piloted mode – in this mode a member of our Mythic group will play your character in the run for you. Your personal presence is not required. You will be able to watch the progress of your Legion Mythic dungeons boost live using a private Twitch or Youtube stream.
Completion Within timer — if this option is selected, we guarantee that your Legion Mythic Timewalking boost will be completed within the timer that is set for the dungeon.
Loot traders — by adding a number of extra traders to your run you increase the odds of getting additional loot at the end of the run traded to you by the team that will match your armor type. The average Ilvl of our Loot traders is 210+ and we are able to deliver traders of any class and armor type for all key levels.
If loot traders are added to the mythic boost: The service also includes all tradeable items that your traders will get.
Level 60 character. Use our Powerleveling service if you don’t meet this requirement.
Item level 220 for 13+ Legion Mythic dungeons keys within the time limit.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS IF YOU SELECT PILOTED MODE (ACCOUNT SHARING)
We will need access to your account for some meaningful amount of time to work on your order. It will be occupied while we deliver the services.
Please disconnect the Battle.net Authenticator or disable the “always require authenticator for login” setting in Security Settings. Your account will be protected by the secret question for the duration of your boost. Don’t forget to re-enable it once we finish the service.
About Legion Timewalking Dungeons
Legion Mythic plus dungeons will launch as a part of the Legion Timewalking event on the 7th of December, 2021, which will bring many features from the long-forgotten expansion back into Shadowlands. The players will have the opportunity to once again experience some of the staple content of the sixth expansion of the game, like the Mage Tower challenge, and gain a reason to run Legion dungeons.Read More
Run Legion Timewalking Dungeons and Get Shadowlands Gear!
There are a few important differences and caveats in Legion Timewalking mode compared to that of the other expansions.
First of all, in addition to the standard set of affixes, there will be a Unique affix: Infernal. The group will have to deal with the Legion invasion before engaging each boss of the dungeon by interacting with Infernal Beacons that spawn demons.
Unlike other Timewalking events, Legion Mythic+ reward items that can be used in Shadowlands. The successful runs count towards your Great Vault requirements, and the rewards that you get from the end of dungeon chest can be upgraded with Valor points, just like the loot from the current expansion.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Enter Legion Timewalking Mythic dungeons?
Unlike the access to the Mage tower challenges, where you’ll have to travel to the Deliverance point in Broken shore to access the instance, Legion M+ timewalking dungeons can be accessed from the comfort of the Shadowlands hub.
First of all, you’ll need to obtain a Timeworn Keystone by completing a quest in Oribos. This item will unlock all 6 Legion dungeons for you. Just like the regular M+ Key, this one will upgrade with every successful run and downgrade with every failed one.
After that, to find a group for any of the Legion Mythic dungeons, you’ll need to open the Group Finder and select the “Random Timewalking Dungeon (Legion)” type from the dropdown menu.
You will be prompted to queue as an individual player or as a party. After the LFG system does its thing, you will be teleported to the dungeon.
Are All Original Legion Dungeons Available During the Timewalking?
No. As many players remember, there were 14 Mythic plus dungeons in World of Warcraft: Legion. The timewalking event brings back just 6 of them:
- Black Rook Hold;
- Eye of Azshara;
- Darkheart Thicket;
- Vault of the Wardens;
- Court of Stars;
- Neltharion’s Lair.
You can buy a run to any specific dungeon right here, at Epiccarry!
What Ilvl does Timewalking drop in Shadowlands?
Even though players will be scaled in level during the runs, the end of the dungeon chests in Legion Mythic dungeons will drop the same item level items you would get for running a Shadowlands Mythic+ of an equivalent keystone level. Please refer to the Mythic Rewards section of our Shadowlands Mythic+ Dungeon boost to learn the details.
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