Table of Contents
- What a “Megadungeon” Is
- Dawn of the Infinite Mega-Dungeon Release Date
- How to Find Dawn of the Infinite
- Dawn of the Infinite Boss List
- Infinite Dragonflight Commander: Chronikar Boss Overview
- The Sand of Time: Manifested Timeways Boss Overview
- Blight of Galakrond Boss Overview
- The Leader of the Primal Incarnates: Iridikron the Stonescaled Boss Overview
- Tyr, The Infinite Keeper Boss Overview
- The Evil Chromie: Morchie Boss Overview
- Time-Lost Battlefield Boss Overview
- Chrono-Lord Deios Boss Overview
- Dawn of the Infinite Loot Table and Rewards
- And So, Our Mega-Dungeon Dawn of the Infinite Guide Has Come to an End
- What is a mega-dungeon?
- What is Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon?
- What is Dragonflight mega-dungeon Dawn of the Infinite release date?
- Where is the mega-dungeon Dawn of the Infinite location?
- How many bosses are there in Dawn of the Infinite?
- Who is the final boss in Dawn of the Infinite?
- What is Dawn of the Infinite loot table?
- How to get the Dawn of the Infinite hard mode rewards: Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia
- What is the Infinite dragonflight?
- Who is Titan Keeper Tyr?
Welcome, heroes of Azeroth, to your ultimate guide to the Dragonflight 10.1.5 Megadungeon: Dawn of the Infinite.
Within the confines of this Mythic-difficulty-only instance guide, you will discover invaluable insights and strategies to propel you through the instance with ease. Brace yourselves, for the nefarious Infinite Dragonflight awaits your arrival. With the presence of eight formidable bosses, the fate of the Bronze dragonflight and Azeroth’s very timeline rests in your hands.
It’s important to note that the highly anticipated mega-dungeon is yet to be released. At the moment, it’s only available on the PTR. And so, as the shadows of anticipation loom over us, this guide will continuously evolve to offer you the most comprehensive and up-to-date insights into the depths that await. So, revisit this article periodically, for we will diligently update it with vital information, ensuring you never miss out on any crucial detail. Stay tuned, brave adventurers, and be prepared to uncover the secrets that lie in the darkness.
And so, without further ado, let’s dive in.
What a “Megadungeon” Is
You may already be familiar with the concept of a mega-dungeon. But in case the term confuses you, then here is a brief explanation. Mega-dungeons are larger and more complex than regular dungeons. They consist of multiple levels and offer extensive exploration and strategic challenges. They have a greater impact on game progression and are tightly connected to the game’s storyline and lore.
Navigating through a megadungeon takes a lot more time and effort compared to a run through a normal dungeon. But the rewards you’ll receive are also greater. Thus, you will be handsomely compensated for all your effort.
Dawn of the Infinite Mega-Dungeon Release Date
Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon release date is on July 11, alongside the thrilling launch of Patch 10.1.5: Fractures in Time. In less than a week, you’ll have the opportunity to embark on an extraordinary adventure that transcends the boundaries of time itself.
Until then, your best bet is diligently participating in Mythic+ runs and raids that you have access to. Gather the finest gear. Equip yourself with the best items available. Strengthen your character. And prepare to face the formidable adversaries that await you in the upcoming challenges.
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How to Find Dawn of the Infinite
To find Dawn of the Infinite, head to Thaldrazus’s Temporal Conflux. You might recall this location from the Catching Up to Chromie quest. If you’re unsure where to find it, refer to the image below for guidance.
And here’s a map to help you navigate its location.
Alternatively, you can watch WoW Quests’ video for a more comprehensive demonstration of how to reach the entrance.
Dawn of the Infinite Boss List
As stated above, the Dawn of the Infinite boasts a total of eight bosses. Below, you’ll find a full list of these bosses, along with detailed information about their abilities and mechanics.
Infinite Dragonflight Commander: Chronikar Boss Overview
Prepare to face Chronikar, the formidable Infinite drakonid. She reigns as the first boss within the Sanctum of Chronology in the Dawn of the Infinite. The esteemed rearguard dedicates her entire life to the Infinite dragonflight. Thus, her unwavering devotion has propelled her to the position of commander. And so, she won’t tolerate those who dare oppose her authority.
Chronikar Boss Abilities
- Eon Shatter: With a swift leap, Chronikar propels into the air. She then crashes down upon a targeted player’s location. Within 18 yards, players will receive Arcane damage. The explosion will create Eon Fragments and Eon Residue
- Lifespan Shear: With her trusty axe, Chronikar cleaves through the lifespan of her target. Thus, creating Sheared Timeline. The attack will hurl them flying backward, deal Physical damage, and trigger the absorption of healing received. The target then becomes immune to dispels. Dodging or parrying this attack is not possible
- Sand Stomp: Chronikar stomps the ground, conjures forth a Withering Sandpool to emerge under marked players. As the Sandpit materializes, it deals devastating Arcane damage to nearby players and continues to afflict them with recurring bursts of Arcane energy. Those caught in the Sandpit suffer reduced movement speed and haste
The Sand of Time: Manifested Timeways Boss Overview
Behold the embodiment of the eternal sands of time itself. This age-old entity remains ever vigilant, dedicating her entire existence to patiently observing the Timeways for signs of dark forces. The guardian will not yield easily in her duty to safeguard the Timeways from impending danger, no matter how many more intruders may disturb her domain.
Manifested Timeways Boss Abilities
- Timeways Conflux: Apply Accelerating Time or Decaying Time
- Chrono-faded: A devastating blast destabilizes specific players. It causes Arcane DoT every half second for 30 seconds. The frequency intensifies if Accelerating Time is active. Dispel or natural expiration triggers the release of Chronofade
- Fragments of Time: Conjure temporal time pockets, deal Arcane damage upon impact, and stack DoT for 6 seconds. When influenced by Decaying Time, the pockets will slow down
- Unwind: Aimed at a specific player, it releases a surge of temporal energy in the form of a forward cone. It will happen two times. However, if the target is currently affected by Decaying Time, the second surge will experience a noticeable delay
- Radiant: When her current target remains outside melee range, she emits a powerful aura of time magic, dealing Arcane damage that increases by 15% with each subsequent cast
Blight of Galakrond Boss Overview
Summoned forth by the necrotic energies dripping from Galakrond’s lifeless remains, these primal dragons embody different insatiable aspects. Ahnzon houses the electric voracity of the storm, Dazhak represents the ravenous greed of the flame, and Loszkeleth embodies the icy famine that seeps through the land.
Blight of Galakrond Boss Abilities
- Blight of Galakrond: This ability includes Corrosive Infusion, Blight Reclamation, and Blight Seep
- Corrosive Infusion: Blasting out corrosive energy, Blight of Galakrond applies Corrosion and triggers Corrosive Expulsion
- Blight Reclamation: Blight of Galakrond siphons life essence from players in a cone-shaped attack. Thus, causing substantial Physical damage while pulling them in closer. Moreover, it retrieves Corrosion from affected players, eliminating the affliction completely. Notably, this attack cannot be evaded or blocked
- Blight Seep: The creature exudes toxic corruption. With Blight Seep pooling on the battlefield, the creature’s energy will deplete. Players will take Nature damage if they stand on the corrupted ground
- The primal dragons Ahnzon, Loszkeleth, and Dazhak are each endowed with unique powers:
- Ahnzon: Necrotic Winds
- Loszkeleth: Necrofrost
- Dazhak: Incinerating Blightbreath
- Adding to their arsenal, they will also be able to utilize the abilities of Blight of Galakrond
- Through their Essence Connection, Loszkeleth and Dazhak establish a symbiotic bond. They are able to mutually share the burden of damage inflicted
The Leader of the Primal Incarnates: Iridikron the Stonescaled Boss Overview
Iridikron, the unrivaled Primal Incarnate. He possesses unparalleled might, bearing the very essence of elemental earth magic. Despite his intense desire to overthrow the Aspects and cleanse the world of the Titan’s influence, the specific methods he intends to employ remain shrouded in mystery. The Primal Incarnate even joined forces with the Infinites, raising questions about his motivations. This unexpected alliance makes him a significant threat that you, the heroes of Azeroth, need to take care of.
Iridikron the Stonescaled Boss Abilities
- Extinction Blast: Iridikron directs a cataclysmic surge of earth toward a targeted player. Thus, causing staggering Nature damage to all those within a 20-yard radius of the impact site. Survivors of the initial strike endure an additional 6 Nature DoT for 10 seconds. Following the Extinction Blast is the relentless Stonecracker Barrage
- Earthsurge: The Primal Incarnates’ leader creates a protective barrier that can withstand up to 1000 damage. While the shield is active, he regularly unleashes powerful bursts of earth energy every 6 seconds, causing severe harm to anyone in their way. Additionally, this attack sets off a series of sharp Rending Earthspikes that shoot out from where he stands. Each wave increases the players’ received damage by 5% for 7 seconds. The effect can stack, so you will want to mind where you are standing
- Pulverizing Exhalation: Iridikron’s wings hammer down upon the ground, releasing damage in a 28-yard frontal cone. Those who stay under him will also take the hit. The attack’s aftermath causes Pulverizing Creations to erupt under marked players
- Crushing Onslaught: Whenever Iridikron lands a melee attack, his target will suffer damage taken by 25% for a duration of 3 seconds. It’s important to note that this effect can accumulate. The more stacks on you, the more painful your HP bar will feel
- Battle Tactician: Iridikron analyzes his targets’ tactics. The more he understands his opponents’ strategy, the more confidence he gains. And so, when his confidence reaches 100, the primal incarnate then executes Cataclysmic Obliteration. Chromie won’t be able to protect the party members from this attack
Tyr, The Infinite Keeper Boss Overview
Tyr, The Infinite Keeper Abilities
- Infinite Hand Technique: Tyr taps into the boundless might of his titan essence, unleashing a formidable array of strikes with his mace, The Infinite Hand
- Titanic Blow: Tyr deals Physical damage in a frontal cone with his mace, knocking back players
- Dividing Strike: Tyr hammers the ground. True to its name, the ability equally distributes the damage among all party members caught within its reach. Should fewer than two be struck, Tyr accumulates a stack of Infinite Empowerment
- Infinite Annihilation: Tyr the Infinite Keeper chooses a party member, and strikes the ground where they stand. Thus, unleashing a powerful surge that deals significant Arcane damage in a wide frontal area, creating Consecrated Ground
- Spark of Tyr: Up to two players will become Tyr’s vessels of unwritten memories. They will inflict recurring Arcane damage to nearby party members every two seconds within a four-yard range. Should the effect expire or if it is dispelled, all players will receive Arcane damage. In some cases, a single hit may be preferable to a DoT effect. However, keep in mind that timing and situational awareness are crucial to avoid inadvertently jeopardizing your team’s well-being
- Siphon Oathstone: Tyr obtains Radiant Barrier by siphoning the Infinite Oathstone. Thus, causes Hastening Eruption
The Evil Chromie: Morchie Boss Overview
Morchie is an alternate form of the Bronze dragon Chromie. She emerged from a reality dominated by Murozond, where the Infinites reigned supreme. Fascinatingly, Morchie takes delight in her presence within the true timeline. However, the heroes of Azeroth keep obstructing her path. And now, she is determined to deal with this irk firsthand.
Morchie Boss Abilities
- Sand Blast: The boss’s sand projectile delivers a potent blow to all players standing in a line directly in front of her
- Body Double: Morchie taps into the fabric of alternate timelines, summoning different versions of herself to join her in battle
- Dragon’s Breath: Morchie assumes her majestic dragon form. With her Dragon’s Breath attack, she unleashes a barrage of Arcane damage to players in front of her
- Time Traps: Morchie weaves time traps that appear at random spots. Unfortunate creatures or players who are affected by Time Stasis will be immobilized
- Corrupt Timeline: The Infinite dragon beckons forth minions from her timeline. Should her minions fall victim to low health and unfavorable effects, she can restore them to their prime with a subsequent cast
- Fixate: Fixates their current timeline self.
Time-Lost Battlefield Boss Overview
In the unyielding conflicts between the Alliance and the Horde, one of many battles have breached the Timeways, becoming a time anomaly, and disrupting the flow of the timeline. As the heroes of Azeroth, the responsibility falls upon you to restore temporal equilibrium.
It is here that your faction comes into play. The Time-Lost Battlefield will be different based on your choice of faction. If you fight for the Horde and their legendary loyalty, prepare to confront Anduin Lothar, a renowned commander of the Alliance. Alternatively, as a member of the Alliance who believe in peaceful resolutions, you will face the formidable Horde chieftain, Grommash Hellscream.
Currently, we only have detailed information on Grommash Hellscream’s abilities. As for Anduin Lothar, the community must exercise patience for further updates. Rest assured, however. This guide will be updated as soon as any pieces of news emerge. In the meantime, let us begin exploring the formidable arsenals wielded by the Horde’s mightiest chieftains.
Time-Lost Battlefield: Grommash Hellscream Boss Abilities
- Bladestorm: Charges toward a chosen player with unrestrained ferocity, the boss unfurls a whirlwind of chaos upon the surrounding party members. He unleashes a frenzied assault for a span of 6 seconds. During this relentless onslaught, he deals 5 damage every 0.5 seconds to all adversaries within close range
- Decapitate: Double swings Gorehowl, dealing damage each time and applying Mortal Wounds
- Thirst for Battle: If a foe of his falls, Decapitate’s cooldown will reset
- Death Wish: The chieftain pounds the earth with his Gorehowl. Each thunderous impact unleashes a devastating frontal assault in a cone shape. All players within the range of the attack will receive Physical damage
- War Cry: Grommash hollers, dealing Nature damage to all party members
- Rage: Buffs his damage by 5%. The lower his health, the stronger he fights. The effect accumulates with each 10% HP lost
Chrono-Lord Deios Boss Overview
With the defeat of either Anduin Lothar or Grommash Hellscream, comes the arrival of Dawn of Infinite mega-dungeon’s final boss. Chrono-Lord Deios. The dragon traveled back in time to ensure the fall of Nozdormu and the rise of Murozond. Having achieved victory in the past, Chrono-Lord Deios remains resolute in his quest for success once more.
Chrono-Lord Deios and the Infinite Dragonflight Boss Abilities
- Infinity Orb: Harnessing the essence of time, the boss materializes condensed orbs of temporal energy. He positions them throughout the area. Upon reaching their intended targets, they detonate in a cataclysmic display known as Infinity Nova
- Chronal Breath: Deios launches a powerful frontal assault against enemies, unleashing a torrent of Arcane energy that inflicts substantial damage. The attack reduces 20% Haste and movement speed of those affected. What’s worse is this slowing effect can stack. So unless you want to stand and stare while your teammates do all the work, then make sure to mind your surroundings. Adding to the challenge, any Infinite Portal Guardians struck by this ability will fall prey to Chronal Decay
- Temporal Veil: Deios taps into the immense power of myriad timelines. With his newfound strength, he unleashes surges of Arcane energy, damaging all players in its path for 6 seconds. The intensity of this damage escalates with each successive stack of the effect
- Wing Lash: The boss deals damage to all players with his potent wings
- Timeless Breath: Deios’s temporal magic surges, damaging enemies in its path while unraveling the fabric of time itself. For 30 seconds, this disruption drastically reduces the character’s movement and attack speed, haste, cooldown recharge rate, and periodic tick rates
Dawn of the Infinite Loot Table and Rewards
You have managed to emerge victorious from the instance. So, with all of the bosses down, now is the time to explore the Dawn of the Infinite loot table and bountiful rewards. Prepare to lay claim to powerful loot within this mega-dungeon. Here, you can find items reaching impressive levels of up to 437.
Dawn of the Infinite Loot Table
Below are the most notable drops from the mega-dungeon. If you’re looking for a more in-detailed list, be sure to refer to our extensive Dawn of the Infinite loot table here:
Infinite Dragonflight Dragonriding Customizations
The new skin colors can be obtained from Dawn of the Infinite’s final boss. Expanding the wide roster of choices, these new Infinite dragonflight options will completely transform your mount. Resembling Murozond’s devoted followers, every detail of the drake will be altered into that of the corrupted flight.
Reins of the Quantum Courser Mount
No dungeon is complete without the thrill of a mount drop. And Dawn of the Infinite is no exception. Among the coveted treasures, you have a chance to obtain the Reins of the Quantum Courser. It’s an exceedingly rare item that can only be obtained by defeating Chrono-Lord Deios.
What sets this ride apart is its remarkable ability to transform into one of the various mounts from bygone eras. To delve deeper into the details of this extraordinary loot, be sure to explore the article below.
Paracausal Fragments is an exciting addition to Patch 10.1.5: Fractures in Time. These remarkable artifacts serve as a new type of trinket in Dragonflight. What makes them all the more fascinating is they draw upon the profound power wielded by legendary weapons across the vast tapestry of Warcraft’s true timeline and diverse ones. From Frostmourne to Doomhammer and more. Aren’t you excited to get your hands on one of these?
- Paracausal Fragment of Doomhammer
- Paracausal Fragment of Frostmourne
- Paracausal Fragment of Seschenal
- Paracausal Fragment of Sulfuras
- Paracausal Fragment of Thunderfin, Humid Blade of the Tideseeker
- Paracausal Fragment of Val’anyr
- Paracausal Fragment of Azzinoth
Special Effect Weapons
Within the vast array of mega-dungeon loot, you will find some special effect weapons that will take your transmog to a whole new level:
- Iridal, the Earth’s Master
- The Infinite Hand
- Quel’Zaram, High Blade of the Lion
- Traveler’s Timesplitter
- Gorehowl, Might of the Warchief
As of now, there are five trinkets that have been discovered:
- Accelerating Sandglass
- Echoing Tyrstone
- Prophetic Stonescales
- Time-Thief’s Gambit
- Mirror of Fractured Tomorrows
Dawn of the Infinite Hard Mode Rewards
“What is Dawn of the Infinite hard mode?” you may ask. It’s for completing the new achievement titled “Put That Thing Back Where It Came From.” Without a doubt, it’s definitely a nod towards Mike Wazowski’s “musical” in Disney’s famous Monsters, Inc. It beckons players to embark on a perilous journey through the depths of the mega-dungeon and acquire the coveted Dawn of Infinite hard mode rewards.
By emerging victorious from this perilous trial, you will become the owner of the Dawn of the Infinite hard mode rewards: Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia. The set is an exclusive reward for meeting all requirements without a single member of your party falling in battle.
And So, Our Mega-Dungeon Dawn of the Infinite Guide Has Come to an End
Thank you, heroes of Azeroth, for joining us on this Dragonflight’s newest mega-dungeon, Dawn of the Infinite guide. We hope that we have provided you with the information you were seeking. However, if you still have lingering questions, we have prepared a detailed FAQ section just for you below. Take a moment to peruse it and find additional answers to any queries you may have. And if the FAQ doesn’t satisfy your curiosity, feel free to leave your questions in the comments. We will try our best to provide you with the answers you seek. While you’re at it, don’t forget to explore the thrilling news and exciting upgrades that await you in Patch 10.1.5. And in case you ever need additional aid in your quest to conquer this mega-instance, don’t hesitate to check out WowVendor Dawn of the Infinite Mythic Boost. From Standard Mythic to “Immortal Run,” you can rest assured. We have your back covered!
What is a mega-dungeon?
A mega-dungeon is a more expansive and more challenging dungeon. It’s deeply intertwined with the game’s narrative. Navigating through a mega-dungeon requires more time and effort than running through a normal one. But the rewards far surpass those of a regular dungeon, making it a worthwhile endeavor.
What is Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon?
Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon is the latest instance of Dragonflight in Patch 10.1.5. It’s only available on Mythic difficulty. It won’t be in the M+ rotation at first.
What is Dragonflight mega-dungeon Dawn of the Infinite release date?
Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon release date is on July 11.
Where is the mega-dungeon Dawn of the Infinite location?
Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon is in Thaldrazus’s Temporal Conflux.
How many bosses are there in Dawn of the Infinite?
There are eight bosses in Dawn of the Infinite: Chronikar, Manifested Timeways, Blight of Galakrond, Iridikron the Stonescaled, Morchie, Tyr, the Infinite Keeper, Time-Lost Battlefield, Chrono-Lord Deios and the Infinite Dragonflight.
Who is the final boss in Dawn of the Infinite?
Chrono-Lord Deios and the Infinite Dragonflight.
What is Dawn of the Infinite loot table?
The Dawn of the Infinite loot table includes Dragonriding mount customizations, paracausal fragments, special effect weapons, and trinkets. If you’re looking for an in-detailed list, be sure to refer to our Dawn of the Infinite loot table here:
How to get the Dawn of the Infinite hard mode rewards: Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte’s Regalia
To get the Dawn of the Infinite hard mode rewards, you need to complete the achievement “Put That Thing Back Where It Came From.”
What is the Infinite dragonflight?
The Infinite Dragonflight is the corrupted Bronze dragons from another timeline. They are created by Murozond. They seek to alter history for their own purposes.
Who is Titan Keeper Tyr?
Tyr is an ancient being known as the Titantic Watcher. He was created by the Titans. Over his long tapestry of life, he was a close friend to the Dragon Aspects. He made a valiant sacrifice to save the vrykul from Loken. Thus, became a revered figure among them and inspired the Knights of the Silver Hand.