The next Cataclysm time hike event in the World of Warcraft is coming and invites you on a nostalgic journey through once popular Dungons. The third expansion Cataclysm was released on December 7, 2010 and is one of the most complex addons, not least because of the complete revision of Azeroth including quests and dungeons. Here is all the information about this week's event.
The popular World of Warcraft Battle for Azeroth expansion is back on Wednesday Cataclysm time migration event where you can not only take a nostalgic journey through once popular dungeons, but also get top-class quest rewards. A new kind of "heroic" mode is waiting for you during the time walks, in these dungeons your character will be scaled down to a fraction of its normal power. Dungeons that you have long outgrown will challenge your skills for the first time in years. This is also a good opportunity for newbies to get to know the dungeons of the extensive modernization of Azeroth.
The following six (heroic) dungeons await heroes from level 86 this week: End Times, Grim Batol, The Stone Core, The Lost City of the Tol'vir, The Vortex Summit and Throne of the Tides. The difficulty and loot scale according to your character level.
Don't forget at Chronicler Toopa (Allianz, Boralus) respectively Chronicler Schoopa (Horde, Dazar'alor) accept the associated quest before signing up so that you will be rewarded for your efforts! All information about the items that you can buy with time-distorted badges can be found in our guide WoW: Everything about time-distorted badges – rewards, dates, tips and tricks.
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