Shadowlands Full Fated Raids Gear
Fated is a brand-new raid affix added to the game in SL patch 9.2.5, which works similarly to the Mythic+ affixes. Every week it is applied to one of the SL raids of which there are three: Castle Nathria, Sanctum of Domination, and Sepulcher of the First Ones. A Fated version of a raid gains increased difficulty: the HP and damage of all the enemies are buffed, and on top of that, players have to deal with Fated Powers that can manifest in many different ways, but always pose an additional threat to a group that is trying to beat the dungeon. Beating a Fated boss rewards players with loot that is stronger than non-fated equivalents.
The item level of Fated gear will rise and likely continue to scale throughout SL Season 4 in a tradeoff for increased difficulty. Additionally, players that beat all Fated raids on a single selected difficulty get cosmetic rewards and mounts to show for it.
Full runs for the Fate of Nathria, Fate of Domination, and Fate of Sepulcher achievements on the chosen difficulty are included in our Shadowlands Full Fated Raids Gear boost service. Our players will assist you by defeating all the bosses in the mode you choose and get geared in Fated items that are by far the best obtainable gear in the game.
Shadowlands Full Fated Raids Gear Boost Description
You will get a Fated item in each equipment slot of your character. This service will be delivered by killing bosses of the raid that currently has a Fated affix and drops Fated gear that you need.
Regardless of the instance, Fated raid bosses drop:
- 278– 285 level items in Normal difficulty;
- 291– 297 level items in Heroic difficulty;
- 304 – 311 level items in Mythic difficulty.
This service includes killing all bosses of the dungeon that has the Fated affix in the first week. On consecutive weeks, you are free to participate and kill any boss or skip those that only drop items in the equipment slots that we have already filled by Fated loot. However, if you chose the Extra fast version of this service, you are only entitled to item trades on bosses, that drop the gear we still owe you.
We will kill all* bosses of the raid dungeon that has a Fated affix at all weeks. Choosing a Basic Fated Gear boost allows you to equip your character through Personal Loot distribution mechanics. You will rely on your luck to get gear from bosses.
* Be advised that we won’t be killing Sire Denathrius, Sylvanas Windrunner, and the Jailer for at least 2 weeks since the first time the corresponding dungeon gets a Fated affix. In other words, we plan to kill every boss except the last one in all instances for the first 2 weeks since the Fated raid dungeon becomes available. This pace will allow us to imitate natural progression and ensure the safety and integrity of your accounts.
** Keep in mind that selecting Extra fast boost does not mean that you can pick the gear you receive. If it makes sense for your class and spec, it counts as a valid item.
This service will be completed through the Personal loot system. We do not guarantee any number of items per run. You will get loot that you manage to get from bosses. The service will be completed when you get all slots filled with Fated gear.
You will run in our raid until you get 1 Fated item in every slot of your character gear. Any item you get (assuming that you didn’t get an item in this slot in previous runs) counts towards the total number of items. You will be getting your loot through drops.
How will your Fated Gear boost go
We will help you to schedule your run after the Fated Gear boost is purchased.
The runs will start at a scheduled time. Our customer support team will let you know of the schedule.
Our raiders will clear the dungeon as quickly as possible. Each run will take no longer than 4 hours.
You can choose either Self-Play or Piloted mode for this boost. Former means that you will play yourself, alongside best team at our disposal. Latter means that one of our team will play for you. Please, be ready to share the login and password for your WoW account with us if you opt for Piloted.
The time it takes to deliver Full Fated Gear
The estimates are as follows:
- The basic version of the boost usually takes 4 – 7 weeks.
- Extra fast version of this service usually takes 2 – 5 weeks.
Level 60 character. Use our Character leveling service if you don’t meet this requirement.
Loot Distribution Policies
Your run will be completed in Personal Loot mode.
We do not guarantee any number of items per run. However, upgrading the service to an Extra fast significantly increases your odds of getting gear, as there will be 4 players that will trade you any tradeable gear that they loot.
Please understand that buying this service gives you an opportunity to be present when the boss is killed, and, as a result, participate in loot acquisition. This does not automatically mean that you will get the item if it drops to any other participant in the raid group. To get an item you will have to obtain it as a personal random boss drop. In other words, other players in the raid are entitled to their loot just as you are to yours and are under no obligation to trade items with you. “Other players” mainly refers to customers and their assigned loot traders, which participate in the same raid.
Please understand that the game loot system does not allow us to trade ALL items. The trade of some items may be restricted by game mechanics.
Please understand that loot traders are affected by in-game limitations and will not be able to trade items if the item in question is higher than the one they got equipped in that slot. The average item level of our loot traders is, currently, 235.
Refunds for partially unfinished service
If you don’t want to continue the boost for any reason, we may refund you with a coupon code or to whatever payment system you used to make a purchase if the payment system supports refunds. The amount of refund will be calculated according to the unfinished part of your boost. E. g: you have looted 10/15 items with our help and don’t want to continue the boost anymore. We will calculate the amount of refund by dividing the total amount you paid by 15, and multiplying the result by 5 (the number of items we owe you).
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