When Guardians of the Dream arrives, stouthearted champions will be entrusted to protect a new zone—The Emerald Dream, engage in new Public Events—Superbloom and Emerald Bounty, build Renown with the Dream Wardens for unique rewards, and save the new World Tree from Fyrakk’s forces in a new Raid—Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope.
Discover the Emerald Dream—a verdant and powerful place that serves as a source of life and hope and is essential to Azeroth’s continued survival.
The Guardians of the Dream update ushers in a new cycle of Public Events that feed into each other and challenge brave defenders to exercise their green thumbs.
In Guardians of the Dream, there will be more opportunities to dash, dive, and dip through the skies in the saddle of your favorite dragon with new and challenging content.
Whether you’re looking for a new hair color for your blood elf or exploring a new form of expression for your Druid, the Guardians of the Dream update has what you need.
The Guardians of the Dream content brings a variety of new content, including a new mode of play allowing players to engage in PvP via a new solo queue for an 8v8 player battleground experience.
Guardians of the Dream ushers in Dragonflight Season 3 the week of November 14 and delivers an updated rotation of eight dungeons to the Mythic+ rotation, including Dragonflight dungeons, along with additional dungeons from previous expansions (some never seen before in Mythic+).
Players can gather their allies and enter Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope, on all difficulties, including Raid Finder Wing 1: Incarnates Wake.
Gather your allies and join the Dream Wardens as they stand against the machinations of Fyrakk and his allies, the Druids of the Flame—for fame, glory, the World Tree, and the rewards.
Dragonflight is an expansion that has introduced many changes to World of Warcraft, and one of the most significant changes is the introduction of the new universal upgrade system in Embers of Neltharion. We’re seeing it have a healthy effect on the game, but there’s still room for improvement. In our Developer Insight article, we take you a little deeper into what’s new in Guardians of the Dream and Dragonflight Season 3.
Dragonflight Season 3 Mythic+ brings new dungeons to the Mythic+ rotation:
The new seasonal rewards for Mythic+ include the two new titles, “the Dreaming” and “the Dreaming Hero,” dungeon teleports, and a new coloration of the Mythic+ Armoredon mount: Verdant Armoredon.
The new season also brings a new PvP Ladder, increased item level gear, and new rewards: Arena title: “Verdant Gladiator,” Rated Solo Shuffle title: “Verdant Legend,” a new weapon illusion, tabard, cloak, pennant, weapon appearances, Verdant Gladiator’s Slitherdrake dragonriding appearance, and new Vicious mounts–Alliance and Horde-themed Moonbeasts.
Aurostor follows a strict sleep regimen, and one must never poke a sleeping bear. However, Fyrakk’s assault on the Emerald Dream has disturbed the Furbolg Wild God’s precious sleep cycle, rousing him from his slumber too soon. Completely deprived of sleep, a raging Aurostar attacks any passersby, attempting to wear himself out.
More details about the Guardians of the Dream and all the changes it brings can be found in our content update notes.
Prepare for the fight against Fyrakk and defend Azeroth when Guardians of the Dream arrives the week of November 7.
Watch the official World of Warcraft news site for more to come as we draw closer to the next update for Dragonflight.