Live Coverage: Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope RWF 2023

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Live Coverage: Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF 2023

Welcome to WowVendor‘s live coverage of Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope RWF 2023! Only mere hours stand between us and the commencement of Dragonflight’s latest raid, and the anticipation is reaching a fever pitch. This year marks the first time Echo and Liquid will enter the race simultaneously. The EU guild will switch to the NA servers for the first day of racing.

Get ready for an exhilarating ride as we delve into the heart of the action! This article is set to provide comprehensive coverage and real-time updates on the progress of the Amirdrassil RWF. So, you may want to bookmark it for easy access later on. Share with us who you’re rooting for in the comments, and brace yourself, because it’s time for the adrenaline-packed journey to unfold!

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Please note that the time zone used in this article is PT.

Race to World First Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope Raid Progress

Bosses

Top 10 Guilds at the Moment

TopGuildBosses
1Liquid8/9
2Echo7/9
3Method7/9
4Instant Dollars7/9
5火锅英雄7/9
6Skyline7/9
7BDG7/9
8FatSharkYes7/9
9Conspiracy7/9
10xD6/9

Where to Watch Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope RWF

You can watch the RWF Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope, on your favorite guild’s Twitch or YouTube channels. In case you don’t have a specific preference but still want to keep up to speed with what’s going on, here’s a selection of top guilds’ Twitch channels for you to explore:

And now, without further ado, it’s time to buckle up and dive into the first day of the race!

November 14: Day 1

The Guild streams are ablaze with anticipation as players eagerly await the opening of NA servers for the World of Warcraft raid Amirdrassil. Today, Echo will begin their race on the NA servers.

Liquid and Echo are knee-deep in their Normal splits, with Echo setting their sights on achieving the World First Normal Fyrakk defeat. While some guilds venture into Heroic difficulty, the daunting item-level jump has kept Mythic attempts at bay.

Across the gaming landscape, a handful of guilds are making strides in Heroic, with the spotlight on Melee Mechanics triumphantly toppling Smolderon.

As Method and Echo kick off their raid day, progressing through Normal mode splits, Liquid adopts a tactical shift from Normal to Heroic splits. Overseas, the Chinese guild 清水 (Nicewater) boldly takes the lead with the first Heroic pull on Fyrakk. Liquid’s meticulous approach shines through, having completed a staggering 36 Normal splits before delving into Heroic, where they currently grapple with Tindral.

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The EU guilds are up and is diving into Mythic+ dungeons, strategically upgrading gear to tackle Amirdrassil’s substantial item-level leap. Method and Exposed take the reins in Heroic progress, boasting a commendable 6/9, while other guilds gear up to make their mark throughout the day.

We’ve got some action in the Heroic raid scene. Vesper, Melee Mechanics, and Kitty Ascended are having a bit of a tough time with Smolderon.

Melee Mechanics has taken down Smolderon and diving into Tindral on Heroic!

Echo and Method are gearing up for their raid day. We’re in for more Normal mode splits.

Instant Dollars has downed Tindral Sageswift, being the first to defeat said boss on Heroic.

Method is now on 4/9 Heroic. Liquid has moved on from their Normal splits after finishing 36 of them and is entering Heroic.

Method and Exposed are both leading the race with 6/9 Heroic bosses down.

Liquid and Echo have called it a day. Echo wanted to try something with Fyrakk, but unfortunately, they got locked out of the raid. Conspiracy and FatSharkYes are getting ready for the race. Exposed has risen on top with 8/9 Heroic bosses down and is moving to Fyrakk.

World First Fyrakk on Heroic

Blue Shoe from NA servers has downed the final boss of Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope, on Heroic difficulty. They have become the first guild to claim the World First Heroic on Fyrakk. What’s interesting is that the guild is made up of Chinese and Taiwanese players from the End Myth guild who couldn’t dive into the content on their home turf just yet. So, what did they do? They stormed through the entire Heroic raid on the NA servers in just seven hours instead!

World First Gnarlroot on Mythic

World First Gnarlroot on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

The unstoppable force that is Blue Shoe, or rather, End Myth, didn’t hit the brakes after clearing Heroic. They continued their blazing trail through the raid and snagged the World First Gnarlroot on Mythic. Now, they’re sitting pretty at the summit of the race with a Mythic progress score of 1/9.

The opening day of the Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope RWF has concluded with another Asian guild, Nicewater, seizing the head of Fyrakk on Heroic difficulty on the NA servers. The guild has successfully become the World Second in taking down the final boss on Heroic.

November 15: Day 2

The top guilds have meticulously progressed through Normals, Fyrakk-only splits, and Heroic splits. Ten guilds have completed everything in Heroic except the formidable Fyrakk. Notably, the Smolderon encounter has proven challenging, marked by multiple wipes for many contenders.

Honolulu achieved World 2nd on the first Mythic boss, Gnarlroot, while Method and Echo guilds continue their extensive splits progression.

Instant Dollars defeated Fyrakk on Heroic and entered Mythic after encountering various challenges and setbacks. With just one pull, they took down Gnarlroot, successfully clinching the World Third title on said boss.

World First Igira the Cruel on Mythic

World First Igira on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

And the World First Igira the Cruel on Mythic has belonged to Instant Dollars after four pulls. Their progression now stands at 2/9 Mythic. The guild is now moving toward The Council of Dreams.

Meanwhile, Melee Mechanics took down Gnarloot World 5th, joining Nurfed against Igira to compete for the spot of World Second. Soon later, Consequences also entered the scene after putting the first boss of Amirdrassil Mythic to rest.

World First The Council of Dreams on Mythic

World First Volcoross on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

Within the first hour of the Council of Dreams encounter, Instant Dollars secured their second World First of the season. After a series of seven pulls, the guild effectively brought the Council to its knees and is now poised to progress to the next challenge, Volcoross. The question now is: can they secure three World Firsts in a single day?

World First Volcoross on Mythic

World First Volcoross on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

And they did it! Instant Dollars got Volcoross down in only one pull. Instant Dollars swiftly conquered Volcoross in a single pull. With this achievement, the guild stands at 4/9, setting an impressive pace at the forefront of the race.

Having claimed three consecutive World Firsts, Instant Dollars turned their attention to Keeper Larodar. Unfortunately, the boss posed a greater challenge than the viper Volcoross. And so, Instant Dollars decided to conclude their endeavors for the day, opting to recharge their energy for the night.

Echo is up and running. In Asia, Skyline, JTH, and Huoguo are splitting. Method, FSY, and Conspiracy players are logging in, but it’s Method and Echo leading the charge with massive splits involving hundreds of volunteers. The challenges are escalating as Heroic splits take center stage, and we’re all eagerly anticipating potential Mythic ventures later in the day.

Over in NA, guilds have wrapped up their second raid day, tallying 18 takedowns of Heroic Fyrakk and seven victories over Mythic Gnarlroot.

Honolulu stands as the lone EU guild with a Mythic boss down.

Skyline revs up their split-raiding with a mind-blowing 26 helpers per raid, Conspiracy and Sanctum are gearing up for more purple loot, eyeing Mythic progression in the near future.

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At the moment, Instant Dollars is stealing the spotlight at 4/9M, claiming World Firsts on Igira, Council of Dreams, and Volcoross. In Heroic, we’ve got 20 guilds on 9/9, including Echo, Liquid, and Method with their split endeavors. Smolderon is proving to be the ultimate challenge, with 338 guilds pushing through. The leaderboard is bustling with a whopping 2551 guilds fighting their ways through Heroic.

The big guns are closing in on the final showdowns. Echo boasts a whopping 17 Heroic Smolderon takedowns and 13 Tindral victories. Not to be outdone, Liquid has flexed their muscle with 18 Smolderon triumphs and 15 Tindral takedowns, putting them in a league of their own. Meanwhile, Method is making strides with 10 Heroic Larodar takedowns and 6 Smolderon conquests, but they’re gearing up for the challenges that lie ahead.

What’s catching everyone’s attention is the cautious approach to Mythic attempts. Only a handful of guilds have dared to venture into the unknown, and it’s no surprise. This tier’s beefy 39-item level increase is throwing an immediate DPS and HPS check at even the seasoned raiders.

The second day of raiding is wrapping up, and so are the splits.

November 16: Day 3

Conspiracy executed a flawless one-shot strategy on Gnarlroot, earning World 10th on the boss. The stage was set for an intense competition between Conspiracy and Honolulu for the coveted world second on the Igira encounter. After a nail-biting exchange, Conspiracy clinched the title with a narrow escape from an enrage wipe, sealing their victory. Not to be outdone, Honolulu swiftly followed suit, securing the World Third position.

Adding to the global competition, three Danish guilds, Sabotage, Revoke, and Revolutionist, are currently vying for supremacy on Igira. Meanwhile, the top guilds have diverged in their progression paths, with Honolulu opting for the Council and Conspiracy focusing on Volcoross.

Multiple guilds, including Revoke, showcased their expertise by conquering the Mythic version of the Gnarlroot encounter, pushing the total count to an impressive 16 takedowns. The ongoing split strategies among elite guilds promise an enthralling spectacle for viewers, with anticipation building for further Mythic showdowns later in the day.

Despite initial expectations of a swift victory, Conspiracy faced unexpected resistance from the fire viper boss, resulting in a heart-stopping 1% wipe. Undeterred, they remain poised for redemption in future attempts. Opting to conclude their Mythic endeavors for the day, Conspiracy strategically shifts focus to dispatching Fyrakk Heroic, securing valuable items for their raiders.

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The esports saga continues to unfold as Honolulu secures yet another accolade, achieving World 2nd in dismantling the Council of Dreams. Soon after, they also claimed the World 3rd title on Volcoross by swiftly dismantling the snake. This victory propels them into second place overall, with a commendable 4/9 progression. Following suit with remarkable speed, Sabotage seizes World 4th, securing a solid 3/9 standing after conquering the Igira encounter. The raid landscape unfolds with two guilds at 4/9, two at 3/9 (including the undefeated Council), four at 2/9, and 13 guilds at the initial 1/9 milestone.

Anticipation fills the air as Liquid gears up for Fyrakk splits. BDG one-shots Gnarlroot and swiftly progresses past Igira. However, Volcoross presents them with an unexpected challenge. Despite the setback, BDG forges ahead, joined by Divinium and Imperative, as they collectively conquer Volcoross.

Echo bows out for the night, making room for BDG to confront the Council of Dreams.

Larodar, Keeper of the Flame, remains unconquered, with Instant Dollars making valiant attempts. The battlefield sees an influx of guilds achieving 2/9 progression, including Myst, Revoke, Proximity, Revolutionist, Colour, and Divinium.

Method perseveres in their late-night push, likely to conclude their Heroic splits in the imminent future. BDG triumphs in securing World 3rd on the Council of Dreams, overcoming the challenge in a mere six attempts, solidifying their standing at 4/9.

World First Nymue on Mythic

World First Nymue on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

And Instant Dollars has done it again! The guild secures their fourth consecutive World First, emerging victorious as Nymue succumbs to defeat. With this latest achievement, the guild stands at an impressive 5/9, having navigated the challenges in a mere 15 pulls, firmly establishing themselves as the frontrunners in the ongoing race.

Back to the rest of the race. Liquid persists in their meticulous Fyrakk Heroic clears, though the prospect of Mythic progression today appears unlikely, adhering to their predetermined plan.

World First Larodar on Mythic

World First Larodar on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

Instant Dollars continues to unsettle their competitors with another World First. Undeterred by fatigue, the guild achieves yet another milestone by clinching a World First on Larodar after an intensive 24 pulls. With an imposing 6/9 progression, Instant Dollars’ next objective will be Smolderon.

We are only at the third day of the race and 6/9 bosses have fallen down. The Internet is erupting with contemplation about the potential brevity of this raid tier. Questions linger on whether the top guilds, in their meticulous preparations, might be over-preparing, allocating excessive time to splits that could be streamlined for more immediate progression.

As the discussion around the pace of the tier unfolds, several guilds are closing in on the formidable Fyrakk encounter, marking the culmination of the gear-farming phase for many. Among them, guilds such as Honestly and Conspiracy successfully navigate the challenges, while heavyweights Method and Echo gear up to commence their Fyrakk splits.

Shifting the spotlight to the Chinese powerhouse Skyline. Having swiftly conquered Gnarlroot and impressively reaching 35% on their initial Igira attempt, Skyline establishes their presence on the global stage, securing a notable 2/9M standing. Undeterred by the challenges, they continue their Mythic dominance by successfully claiming Igira and swiftly bringing down Volcoross in a mere three attempts.

November 17: Day 4

The fourth day of Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope Race to World First starts with the behemoth Liquid entering Mythic. Within the matters of minutes, Liquid has taken down both Gnarloot (three minutes and 55 seconds) and Igira (five minutes and 32 seconds). Climbing the chart quickly, the guild is now pressing on Volcoross.

As anticipated, Volcoross swiftly succumbed. Although Larodar presented quite a challenge, Liquid adeptly navigated through and secured the World Second position. Next stop: the Council of Dreams.

Conspiracy finds itself locked in an intense struggle with Nymue. Meanwhile in Asia, Skyline and End Myth both stand at 4/9 in the raid progression. HuoguoHero maintains a commendable 3/9, showcasing their resilience since the raid kicked off on Thursday.

Council of Dreams now faces a formidable adversary in the form of Liquid. With a solid 5/9M under their belt, the guild marches ever closer to Nymue, a target also pursued by the relentless Conspiracy guild.

And Liquid surges forward, putting down Nymue. This triumph propels them to an impressive 6/9M in the raid, positioning them in a thrilling neck-and-neck rivalry with the chart-topping Instant Dollar.

Echo is still splitting Fyrakk on Heroic. Meanwhile, FatSharkYes decides they are done with splitting for now and heading into Mythic.

Liquid refines strategies against Smolderon, showcasing a promising 68% progress. Echo enters Mythic, concurrently engaging in challenges alongside Liquid. FatSharkYes encounters setbacks against the snake boss but persists in their pursuit.

Conspiracy achieves a World 3rd by overcoming Nymue, reaching 5/9M. Echo grapples with Larodar, mirroring Liquid’s challenges. FatSharkYes quickly secures a 4/9M standing after entering the raid, triumphing over the Council boss.

xD secures a World 5th on Nymue, adding intensity to the ongoing race. BDG perseveres, achieving a World 4th on Larodar. xD quickly follows, secures a World 5th on Larodar.

Instant Dollars is up! They and Liquid are locked in a fierce battle for the World First Smolderon title. The intensity of the competition is palpable, as Instant Dollars strives to defend their coveted top spot on the chart. Simultaneously, Liquid, entering the Mythic stage later than their opponent, seeks to defy the odds and seize the pinnacle.

World First Smolderon on Mythic

World First Smolderon on Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope RWF

And Liquid has shattered Instant Dollars’ World First streak! The NA guild emerges as the first to conquer 7/9M after a grueling series of 56 intense pulls. With only Tindral left in their path before they reach the end boss, Liquid now stands on the precipice.

Liquid plans off-stream pulls for Tindral before taking a well-deserved rest.

Skyline, fueled by sheer determination, seizes the title of the first Asian guild to conquer Nymue, propelling them forward into the formidable territory of Larodar.

Amidst the global Mythic progression, Method meticulously wraps up their Heroic Fyrakk splits, while Echo, having pushed into the late hours for their Larodar defeat, takes a brief respite this morning. These juggernauts of the esports world gear up to return to Mythic progression within the next 1-2 hours.

End Myth is inching closer to taking down Nymue.

In the face of challenges, Echo stands resilient, swiftly dispatching the Council of Dreams and Nymue. Meanwhile, Skyline and End Myth make resounding strides on Larodar.

As guilds across the globe join the 6/9M club, the spotlight shifts to the impending challenge of Smolderon. Skyline, End Myth, and Echo prepare for this encounter.

It’s time for Method to enter the Mythic arena after concluding their Heroic Fyrakk splits. Meanwhile, FatSharkYes efficiently downs Larodar in a mere five pulls. Echo, determined to match Team Liquid’s progress, intensifies their efforts to secure a foothold in the unforgiving realm of Amirdrassil.

Over in China, Huoguo and End Myth experience nail-bitingly low HP wipes on Larodar. Skyline is making significant strides against Smolderon. The Asian guild is literally breathing at Liquid’s neck right now.

Exposed ascends the global rankings, reaching 5/9M with the dispatch of Nymue.

November 18: Day 5

Breaking into the 6/9M club, End Myth secures an impressive World 11th position and a commendable CN 3rd, showcasing their prowess on Larodar.

The race intensifies as ten guilds find themselves at the precipice of the seventh boss, Amirdrassil, all eyeing the elusive World 2nd spot.

Technical hiccups make an appearance, with Liquid grappling with server lag during an ability, underscoring the unpredictable nature of these high-stakes encounters.

While the Smolderon bug was swiftly addressed, the focus now shifts to Tindral, hoping for a prompt resolution to the reported technical issue to maintain the competitive integrity of the event.

Liquid executes a swift soft reset to counter lag issues, diving back into Amirdrassil and Tindral. Due to the challenging mechanics, the total of pulls on this penultimate boss has long surpassed 100.

Meanwhile, Method charges Smolderon with eyes on World 2nd, pushing the boss to a formidable 25%. It’s a nail-biting race against BDG. Instant Dollars storms back, notching an impressive 35% on Smolderon.

BDG steadily climbs with a new Smolderon best at 31%, intensifying the World 2nd race. Skyline enters, reaching 37% on their second pull.

BDG and Instant Dollars bow out for the night, shifting the spotlight to relentless Asia guilds. The race for taking the boss down before Echo is on.

Echo clinches World Second on Smolderon! The EU guild is joining Liquid at Tindral.

Skyline and Huoguo are locked in a fierce Smolderon showdown. Method readies for the next Smolderon onslaught, aiming to catch up in the race. Honestly tackles Larodar, Copium dives deeper into Nymue.

November 19: Day 6

The race for World Second intensifies post-Smolderon World First, with several guilds, including Method, Honestly, Skyline, Banhammer, Huoguo, End Myth, and Conspiracy, locked in an epic struggle on Smolderon.

Tindral poses formidable challenges as guilds grapple with survival and uncertainties surrounding his HP.
Liquid’s best attempt reveals a 67% HP at the Phase 3 transition. Echo showcases remarkable consistency with three consecutive pulls nearing Phase 3.

Despite facing consistency hurdles, Conspiracy achieves a new Smolderon milestone at 49.45%.
Echo continues their journey, pushing Tindral below 70% and edging closer to the pivotal Phase 3.

Conspiracy boldly pushes Smolderon to 34.0%. Exposed enters the Smolderon arena.

Over in Asia, Korean powerhouse, Mate, stands at 5/9M, eyeing Nymue before confronting Smolderon. Chinese JTH maneuvers through a 5/9M progression, approaching a Larodar triumph.

Imperative navigates Larodar’s complexities, Copium battles at 5/9M, and Rain achieves 4/9M.

At the moment, only 27 guilds conquer more than 3 bosses, with 3 Nymue victors yet to face Larodar’s challenge.

Echo enters Phase 3 of Tindral! They have surpassed Liquid’s best attempt as the NA guild’s day begins. Meanwhile, the behemoth Method clinches World Third on Smolderon as Conspiracy steadily closes the gap on said boss, reaching 20.25%.

JTH experiences a razor-thin 0.42% setback on Larodar but swiftly rebounds with a triumphant boss takedown, securing their place as the fourth Chinese guild to face Smolderon among a total of 15.

In the heart of the Tindral showdown, Liquid emerges once again onto the stage, embarking on their sixth day of relentless progression. The initial two pulls showcase a promising start. Banhammer, rejuvenated from a brief hiatus, makes a stellar return, boasting a formidable 52.1% best on the Smolderon encounter.

As the EU evening unfolds, guilds step into the mythic instance, each vying for supremacy on Smolderon. FatSharkYes, in their first attempt of the night, lowers the fiery giant HP to 62%. Liquid leaps ahead of Echo in progress, notching an impressive 64.97% on Smolderon.

Honolulu solidifies their position among the elite, joining the distinguished 6/9 guilds by triumphing over Nymue, attaining the World 16th title. Meanwhile, Method, having conquered Smolderon, takes a Mythic+ interlude. BDG fervently competes for the fourth spot on the leaderboards, navigating Smolderon’s challenges with a 24% wipe on their initial pull of the day, ultimately achieving a 9.86% best after 140 attempts.

197 guilds have vanquished at least one mythic boss, and an impressive 320 guilds have conquered the heroic Fyrakk.

Echo is done for the day, while Method returns to the Tindral pulls. FatSharkYes and Exposed have also wrapped up their raid night.

The Tindral nerf has whiffed up some drama as the esports community is now divided. Fans of both EU and NA find the nerf will badly affect the progress of their favorite guilds. And so, Echo’s Gingi and Liquid’s Max have shared their perspectives on Twitter (X):

Liquid makes strides with a new best on Tindral, nearing the 57% mark, while Method persists with a midnight-1 AM raid schedule, tackling Tindral at an 82% best. Smolderon becomes a battleground for 14 guilds eyeing 7/9, with new contenders like LAGET and Imperative joining the fray. FatSharkYes adeptly navigates Smolderon, bringing it under 10%.

Post-nerf, Tindral appears more manageable for Liquid, yet still presents challenges. Instant Dollars makes a stunning mark, achieving World 4th, US 2nd status on Smolderon, marking their 100th pull. Liquid and Instant Dollars’ focus is entirely on Tindral, while BDG, Imperative, and xD intensify Smolderon efforts.

Guild progress at the moment:

Liquid strategically adjusts their schedule for an earlier rest night. BDG emerges as a relentless force against Smolderon, reaching a notable 200 pulls with a steadfast 4.72% best attempt. Skyline, resilient and reinvigorated, faces Smolderon with an 8% achievement after 191 pulls, joined by the new contender Huoguo Hero.

Liquid showcases prowess in Tindral, achieving a fresh best and entering phase 3 with a notable 44.74% progress. Instant Dollars concludes their endeavors for the night. BDG, amidst triumph and heartbreak, logs 218 pulls, marked by a gut-wrenching 1% wipe and multiple sub-5% endeavors.

November 20: Day 7

Skyline, surpassing 200 pulls, targets Smolderon with a 5% best. Soon later, they intensify the pursuit of Smolderon’s defeat, facing a 2.46% wipe. Method refines their Tindral strategy, achieving a new height at 80.85%, while Echo hones their approach with a 57.4% best. Method mirrors this dedication, reaching a new pinnacle at 68.8%, emphasizing their commitment to optimizing damage output in pivotal phases.

Huoguo secures the top spot in China and ranks 5th globally against Smolderon, conquering it in 120 pulls. The guild of honesty advances by 31.6% against Smolderon, displaying resilience in their pursuit of supremacy. Skyline achieves 6th place after 236 pulls, overcoming obstacles and showcasing strategic mastery.

Echo introduces an Unholy Death Knight for the Tindral encounter, aiming to optimize damage output. Method returns, focusing on refining strategy against Tindral with multiple attempts near their best of 67.82%. End Myth rises from 12th to 9th place, with an 18.58% best pull against Smolderon, demonstrating steady progression.

Echo excels in Tindral encounters, reaching a low of 38.66% in Phase 3. Skyline persists, achieving a new best pull on Tindral at 77.53%. Method consistently refines strategy, reaching as low as 61.46% against Tindral.

In the competitive landscape, Echo leads Tindral encounters with 38.66%, while 16 guilds, led by BDG, battle Smolderon. Eleven guilds are at 5/9, and a total of 374 guilds triumph over at least one mythic boss, with 524 conquering Fyrakk on Heroic.

Liquid advanced to 35.36% on Tindral, briefly surpassing Echo. The latter faced hurdles in the final phase but strategically turned to Mythic splits for Hunter and Rogue gearing enhancement. Jitianhong excelled on Smolderon, dropping the boss’s HP from 28.7% to 16.3%, while Exposed hit an impressive 46.5%. BDG secured World 7th and US 3rd on 7/9 after 226 pulls. Method edged closer to the lead with a 58.79% best pull on Smolderon, while Conspiracy experienced heartbreak with a 2.33% wipe.

Method showed resilience on Tindral with a new best of 57%, while Liquid and Echo continued their intense progression. Liquid anticipated success with added loot from the next reset. Echo adopted a strategic approach with early Mythic splits, and Skyline aimed for a potential World First on Tindral. Liquid’s Max expressed doubt about Tindral nerfs, highlighting the unprecedented challenge of reaching Phase 3 with everyone alive.

November 21: Day 8

Echo faces challenges with a missing healer, who is trying to recover from being sick. Skyline achieves a new high at 65.5%, narrowing the gap to Instant Dollars. Method steadily progresses on Tindral, reaching 55.84%, while Smolderon remains a formidable obstacle. Conspiracy triumphs over Smolderon after 144 pulls, joining the Tindral fray. Echo strategizes with Heroic splits, adapting to future challenges. On the Taiwanese servers, a fierce race unfolds among Skyline, Huoguo, and End Myth. Banhammer raises expectations with a 15.2% Smolderon attempt.

Currently, ten guilds are pushing through the Tindral challenge. Echo pushes the boss down to a breathtaking 26.86% in a single pull. The clock ticks, the stakes rise, and with every passing moment, Tindral’s mysteries unfold before our eyes. Meanwhile, Banhammer sets a new record on Smolderon, bringing the boss’s HP down to 11.2%.

Zooming out, the global stage witnesses a diverse tapestry of guilds. From Korean stalwarts like Mate securing the 11th position to the resilience of LAGET from Sweden at #17, the competition is fierce. German powerhouse Northern Sky is hot on their trail at #19, with the French guild Quichons holding their ground at #21. Meanwhile, guilds from diverse corners of the world, such as Czech Republic, Turkey, Finland, and Iran, add their unique flair to the unfolding narrative.

The tension escalates as the discussion shifts to potential Tindral nerfs on the horizon before the impending NA reset.

But hold onto your seats, folks! Liquid seems to have a chance at downing Tindral after their two-and-a-half-hour reclear of the raid.

World First Tindral on Mythic

Finally! After four arduous days and 435 of pulls on the most challenging boss up until now, Tindral has fallen! And the World First Tindral on Mythic has been crowned to the juggernaut Liquid. The crowd erupts in awe. After approximately 14 hours since the weekly reset, they are now standing at 8/9M. Next stop: The final boss Fyrakk.

Meanwhile, on the European front, Echo prepares for their own Mythic foray into the Tindral encounter. They have invested additional time in gearing, including multiple Heroic Fyrakk clears. Now, it’s time they return to the Mythic stage after a strategic farm break.

As for Chinese contenders Skyline and Huoguo, they have surpassed Instant Dollars in their Tindral attempts. Skyline sets a new personal best at an impressive 59.15%, while Huoguo stands strong at 62.79%, firmly establishing their presence in the upper echelons of the leaderboard.

November 22: Day 9

Early in the day, Skyline, Huoguo, and End Myth battled fiercely on the Taiwanese servers, vying for top positions in Asia and a potential global #3 spot. Skyline led the charge, breaching into P3, but only managing this feat once.

Meanwhile, on the European front, Method and Echo strategically engaged in splits, focusing on Tindral or preparing for the upcoming Fyrakk encounter. Echo’s meticulous planning included Mythic reclears and careful consideration of potential competition strategies.

In a surprising turn, Liquid managed to escape the clutches of Fyrakk’s Phase 1 for the first time, despite an immediate wipe. This move provided invaluable insights for the guild, enhancing their understanding of the encounter.

As the clock ticked, Echo faced their own trials, wiping on Nymue during the reclear. However, the guild eventually overcame the challenge, defeating Nymue after some setbacks. Later in the day, Echo set their sights on Fyrakk, initiating their first pull with promising results. Liquid, on their second day of Week 2, tackled Fyrakk as well, pushing the boss to an impressive 77.9% in the early attempts.

Huoguo delivers standout performances, achieving new bests of 58.54% and 59.62% on Tindral. The competition between Skyline, Huoguo, and End Myth intensified as they sought glory not just in China but on the global stage.

Despite the fatigue setting in, Echo showcased resilience with a 7.92% Tindral pull. After investing an additional 30 minutes in their relentless pursuit of victory, they achieve a notable 3% improvement on Tindral, successfully navigating the intermission for the first time.

Liquid continued their incremental progress, shaving off 1% from Fyrakk in a determined effort.

And the EU guild did it! Clocking in at 19 hours and 399 pulls, Echo claims World 2nd on Tindral. Fatigue notwithstanding, they continue pushing boundaries, securing another low attempt on the challenging encounter.

Echo’s raid leader, Scripe, provides insights into their progress and strategy. The guild’s decision to go dark for the remainder of the day is announced, opting for off-stream Fyrakk pulls until the next day.

Liquid’s also decided to shorten their raid day as they dive into off-stream Fyrakk pulls.

As more guilds—xD, BDG, and Instant Dollars—join Tindral progression, the Race to World First intensifies.

Method seizes the opportunity, achieving a new best on Tindral and advancing deeper into Phase 3. Echo begins Mythic Fyrakk progression, steadily improving on their best pull.

Huoguo clears Smolderon on their reclear, redirecting their focus to Tindral. Echo achieves a remarkable 76.9% on Fyrakk, showcasing their prowess in the challenging encounter. Echo’s relentless pursuit continues with a new best of 69.6% on Fyrakk. They push into the first intermission with 17 players alive.

Method faces challenges in Phase 3 but loses two players en route to the third platform. Meanwhile, Honestly embarks on Tindral progression, achieving an impressive 86.44%.

Method achieves a new best on Tindral, navigating the Mass Entanglement into Dispel overlap. Honestly surpasses Banhammer on Tindral, reducing the boss’s health to 80.67%.

Echo, after multiple attempts on Fyrakk’s first intermission, takes a lunch break to regroup and strategize.

Honestly advances on Tindral, reaching Phase 2 without destroying the shield. Method, on break, sits at 28.68% on their best Tindral attempt.

Echo returns from their break, resuming Mythic Fyrakk pulls. The guild achieves marginal improvement at 68%.

Echo and Liquid are navigating the challenges with precision. Liquid faced a hiccup, wrestling with internet issues during the Fyrakk encounter. Meanwhile, Echo strategically adjusted their roster, making calculated moves for optimal performance.

Method secured a World Third Tindral.

The focus remained on Echo and Liquid, engaged in a neck-and-neck duel during the Fyrakk encounter. The boss battle has become a battleground of precision and coordination, with percentages seesawing as both guilds tackled the mechanics.

Echo refined their composition with a Vengeance DH and a Mistweaver Monk, while Method experimented with a unique lineup featuring Rogues, a Boomkin, and a Warrior transitioning to Arms. The guilds strategically engaged Fyrakk, grappling with its mechanics with calculated precision.

November 24: Day 10

Liquid demonstrated consistent improvement, maintaining a slim lead. Echo faced challenges in Phase 2 but remained resilient. Method had Fyrakk’s first phase figured out and is making significant progress in reaching phase 2.

Skyline showcased an impressive breakthrough, surging into Phase 3 for the first time and chiseling away at Smolderon’s formidable health pool to 40.82%.

Over at the Method camp, the guild implemented a composition change, opting for a Preservation Evoker in place of their Holy Priest.

Echo returned from their break and wasted no time in recommencing their assault on Fyrakk, smoothly navigating Phase 2 but encountering an unfortunate setback with an early wipe in the subsequent phase.

The Asian region witnessed a power shift as Skyline reclaimed the #1 spot, deftly bringing Tindral’s health down to 38.69%. Simultaneously, End Myth etched their progress into the record books, steadily chipping away at the encounter, with their best pull now standing at 60.55%.

Amirdrasssil RWF: Echo Emerges as the Champion

Fyrakk has finally fallen on the Mythic difficulty. Echo has emerged as the ultimate champion of the Amirdrassil RWF. The 12-day journey was an emotional rollercoaster for Echo, especially in their longstanding competition with Liquid. The two behemoths were literally only percentages away from one another. Both of them were able to get Fyrakk to sub 1% HP. Yet, with determination, Echo has ultimately triumphed over Fyrakk after 344 pulls.

Amirdrassil RWF: Team Liquid Grabs World Second

The final boss of Dragonflight’s latest raid, Fyrakk, has succumbed to Team Liquid’s relentless efforts. The North American guild has triumphantly solidified its position as the World Second of the Amirdrassil RWF. The intensity of the day’s events was palpable, with each pull holding the potential to be the decisive moment. Liquid had faced various heart-stopping wipes, with one at 1.73% and another at 0.68%. Yet, undeterred, the NA guild finally managed to overcome the challenges posed by the formidable boss after 464 pulls:

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