It is clear that people who play World of Warcraft: Dragonflight can’t wait for Season 3, “Guardians of the Dream,” to come out. We are here to help the heroes of Azeroth!
We tell you when and how Season 3 of WoW Dragonflight will likely start, as well as when Season 2 will likely end, and a countdown timer that you can look at before joining the Emerald Dream.
What Is Dragonflight Season 3 About?
A specific date for when Dragonflight season three will be out has not been announced yet. But gamers can look forward to it coming out in the fourth quarter of 2023. People who play World of Warcraft will definitely be able to find new tasks and fun things to do this season.
Our best guess is that Dragonflight Season 3 will come out in the fall of 2023, with a likely start date of November 28, 2023, which is a Tuesday. Furthermore, Season 2 is planned to end on November 21, 2023.
Bringing back old dungeons from earlier expansions is still a thing that affects the game’s dungeon choices. There don’t seem to be any copies from Dragonflight or earlier upgrades in the Mythic+ dungeon pool for season three.
Also, it’s great to hear that this expansion will be the first time that new levels from Dragonflight are added to the pool. The “mega-dungeon” Dawn of the Infinite is split into two parts on the Mythic+ level. Players will be able to explore it. In each wing, there will be four boss fights. It looks like this is a fun time for Mythic+ players.
Season Rollover Decay at the Beginning of Mythic+ Season 3
At the start of Season 3, keystones will drop 11 levels in addition to any normal weekly reduction that may have occurred. Here are some examples:
- Example 1 — You completed a +15 the week of November 7-14 but did not time it. The resulting key would normally drop by 1 level because your highest key was not timed (15 > 14). It will then drop an additional 11 levels due to the seasonal rollover decay (14 > 3).
- Example 2 — You timed a +15 the week of November 7-14. The resulting key would normally be level 15 because you had timed the 15 last week. But would then drop the additional 11 levels due to season rollover decay (15 > 4).s
5. Mythic+ Dungeon Rotation in Dragonflight Season 3
The following dungeons are on rotation in Season 3:
Dawn of the Infinite: Galakrond’s Fall;
Dawn of the Infinite: Murozond’s Rise;
Waycrest Manor (Battle for Azeroth);
Atal’Dazar (Battle for Azeroth);
Darkheart Thicket (Legion);
Black Rook Hold (Legion);
Throne of the Tides (Cataclysm);
The Everbloom (Warlords of Draenor)
Adding more dungeons to a game can give players new tasks and things to do. It’s great that Dragonflight Patch 10.2 has both old favorites and monsters with themes. These improvements can make the story better as a whole and give fans more things to look into. Thanks for checking out these new caves. We hope you enjoy everything they have to offer.
- Dawn of the Infinite: Galakrond’s Fall
- Dawn of the Infinite: Murozond’s Rise
- Waycrest Manor
- Darkheart Thicket
- Black Rook Hold
- The Everbloom
- Throne of the Tides
Brand New Weapons
A new legendary weapon will be added to World of Warcraft in Patch 10.2, according to Blizzard Entertainment. A WoW encounter creator named Taylor Sanders says that this new legendary weapon will be a two-handed axe. The first legendary weapon in Dragonflight was Nasz’uro, the Unbound Legacy. This new axe will not be limited to a certain class. Anyone who knows how to use a two-handed axe can wear it.
This legendary axe is the first one of its kind since Shadowmourne came out in 2009 with the Wrath of the Lich King update. It’s important to remember that itemization has changed a lot since then. But, just like with Nasz’uro, players will have to level up and work hard to earn this next famous axe.
Blizzard’s ongoing work shows how committed they are to connecting Mythic+ levels with the themes of each new game. For example, dungeons like Darkheart Thicket and the Everbloom really show what the Druidic nature of Patch 10.2 is all about. This is a great time of year to visit Darkheart Thicket because it has strong ties to the Emerald Dream. In the same way, Neltharion’s Lair showed the repeating themes of Patch 10.1 in season two in a big way.