After finally having some video material of two clears of the wholly Mythic Dungeons, I’ve finally been able to finish the guides for these two: King’s Rest and Siege of Boralus. Both are mythic-only and are unlocked through the War Campaign. If you’re heading there, take a look at my guides!
After many months of hard work, the first batch of my dungeon guides for Battle for Azeroth have been published! So far, the 8 basic dungeons are done and I’m currently working on getting King’s Rest and Siege of Boralus done. Hopefully, not too far off.
With my very own alpha access, I can now test the new features whenever I get the urge. One of the most fun experiences is testing dungeons and since the dawn of Mythic+, knowing your ins and outs of the dungeons have never been more relevant. That’s why I have been writing new and fresh guides!
I actually have had Dungeons guides on the blog before, way back in Warlords of Draenor. My old guides looked something like this:
They took forever to make and I remember feeling very burnt out after creating those. Not to mention that there were several other guides that were much better and came out a faster pace. Lastly, it was Warlords of Draenor which didn’t have Mythic+, so they became obsolete very fast (unless you did Challenge Mode, which wasn’t very popular, especially for Mistweavers back then).
For those who have missed it – Blizzard has held a Legion Dungeon race between a European and American team. The two teams race through the dungeons Halls of Valor and the Maw of Souls. Interestingly enough for us, both teams sport a Mistweaver healer – we got to see plenty of Mistweaving action! The race is commented by Ion Hazzikostas (@WatcherDev) and Josh Allen (@CM_Lore) – I dearly recommend watching it!