Dawn of the Infinite Boost

Dawn of the Infinite, is the newest megadungeon introduced in the Dragonflight patch 10.1.5 of World of Warcraft. Similar to previous megadungeons, it offers a raid-like journey that can be undertaken in a standard dungeon party. This time, the main theme of the dungeon is timeline preservation and to achieve this noble goal and once again save Azeroth, you’ll have to halt the Infinite Dragonflight. This eight-boss, Mythic-only dungeon is a test of skill and strategy, featuring diverse environments and challenging encounters.

The Dawn of the Infinite is not just about the challenge, it’s also about the rewards. From high-rated gear to unique transmogs, the new thrilling adventure is a treasure trove waiting to be unlocked. Each boss defeated is a step closer to these coveted rewards, making every victory in the dungeon a significant feat.

However, the Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon is not a walk in the park. Its challenges require not just high-level gear but also strategic gameplay and a deep understanding of the game mechanics. This is where our Dawn of the Infinite Boost comes in. Our boosting service is designed to help you navigate through these challenges effortlessly and at a reasonable price. Don’t let the difficulty deter you from the rewards that await. Order our Dawn of the Infinite Boost today and secure your advantage in the new content.

Dawn of the Infinite Mega Dungeon Boost Includes

Your Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon run will be done by one of our boosting teams which consists of pro players.

  • 8/8 dungeon bosses killed: we guarantee completion of the entire Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon on either Mythic difficulty or Hard Mode;
  • opportunity to acquire high ilvl gear: DoI dungeon bosses drop level 437 gear;
  • Chance to roll on mount*: Reins of the Quantum Courser can drop from the last boss, albeit with a minuscule chance;
  • Transmog:
    • Access to unique weapon transmogrification and other transmog items and collectibles exclusive to the dungeon;
    • Possibility to earn the Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia, provided the dungeon is completed without any deaths. You can guarantee this by choosing “No Death Run” in additional options.
  • Dawn of the Infinite-related achievements and character titles:

* Please note that the mount is not included by default, even if it drops. The only way to guarantee the mount if it drops is by choosing the corresponding additional option or negotiating for it with the team after the fact.

You can choose either Dawn Of The Infinite Boost | Buy BoostSelf-Play or Dawn Of The Infinite Boost | Buy BoostPiloted mode for this boost.

ETA

The duration of the Dawn of the Infinite boost can vary depending on various factors such as the player’s gear level, the chosen boost mode (Piloted or Self-Play), and the overall efficiency of the run. However, on average, a smooth run with a well-coordinated team can take about 1-2 hours.

Please note that this is an estimate and actual times may vary.

Additional Options

Loot traders — increase the odds of increasing your character’s strength by adding a number of unsaved players to your run. A loot trader is a player who will pilot the class that uses the same armor type as your character and will funnel all the items they get to you.

Hard Mode — our team will complete DoI without dying. As a result, you’ll get the Put That Thing Back Where It Came From achievement and Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia cosmetic appearance. On top of that, the boss loot will be upgraded to ilvl 441.

If you select Self-Play and DoI Hard Mode, you will have to engage with the bosses and interact with encounter mechanics. You are expected to do your best, be at least competent with your class, adhere to the group leader’s requests, and stay alive throughout the run. Keep in mind that dying during the Hard mode run will result in a failure of the Hard mode.

Quantum Courser mount buyout — if the mount drops during the run, you will get it without competition.

Requirements

Level 70 character. Use our Dragonflight leveling boost service if you don’t meet this requirement.

Your average gear level has to be 425+ if you select Hard Mode. You can use our PvE gear boost if you don't meet this requirement.

We will need access to your World of Warcraft account for some meaningful amount of time to work on your order. It will be occupied while we work.

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.

WoW DoI Megadungeon: Everything You’ll Need to Know

The Dawn of the Infinite is a new eight-boss Mythic difficulty mega-dungeon introduced in the Fractures in Time update. It’s a unique instance that rewards players with a variety of loot, including powerful gear, Dragonriding customizations, and many other surprises.

The Dawn of the Infinite is not just about defeating bosses and collecting loot. It’s also about navigating through various timelines and dealing with time anomalies, such as the Time-Lost Battlefield, a battle between the Alliance and Horde that has bled into the Timeways. Overcoming these challenges not only brings shiny rewards but also ensures the preservation of the timeline. [Read more]

Where is the Entrance to the Dawn of the Infinite?

The entrance to the Dawn of the Infinite megadungeon is located atop the Seat of the Aspects in Valdrakken. An optional questline related to the dungeon will be available when Fractures in Time launches.

Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon Bosses

The Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon features eight unique bosses. Each boss in The Dawn of the Infinite presents unique challenges and mechanics that players must overcome. For instance, Chronikar, the commander of the Infinite Dragonflight, is known for her zealotry and will stop at nothing to put an end to any who dare oppose her order. On the other hand, Iridikron the Stonescaled, the most powerful of the Primal Incarnates, is infused with elemental earth magic and has joined forces with the Infinites for reasons yet unknown. Here’s the list of bosses in order of their appearance in the dungeon:

  1. Chronikar: A commander of the Infinite Dragonflight, known for her zealotry.
  2. Manifested Timeways: A manifestation of the sands of time itself.
  3. Blight of Galakrond: Primal dragons brought back by the necrotic energies released by Galakrond’s demise.
  4. Iridikron the Stonescaled: The most powerful of the Primal Incarnates, infused with elemental earth magic.
  5. Tyr, the Infinite Keeper: Titan-Keeper Tyr has joined forces with Deios. You’ll have to defeat the infinite version of this giant to get to BBEG.
  6. Morchie: The alternate form of Chromie, created by a timeline where Murozond rose and the infinites reigned supreme.
  7. Time-Lost Battlefield: A battle between the Alliance and Horde that has bled into the Timeways.
  8. Chrono-Lord Deios and the Infinite Dragonflight: The Dragonflight’s leader, who has traveled far into the past to ensure that Murozond shall rise.

Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon Loot

The new megadungeon offers a variety of rewards, including high ilvl gear, unique transmogrification items, and the chance to obtain the Quantum Courser mount. The megadungeon also rewards the “Defender of the Timeways” achievement and title.

In addition to the high-level gear and unique transmogrification items, players also have a chance to obtain the Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia, a unique set of gear, provided the dungeon is completed without any deaths. This adds an extra layer of challenge and reward for the try-hards those who can navigate the dungeon flawlessly.[/read]

$15

    This service is only available in Self-Play mode.

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