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The tiny patch 6.2.3 is about to hit the World of Warcraft test realms soon, and while there won’t be any dramatic changes to the game, Timewalking Dungeons will get a pretty cool-looking reward.


Timewalking, a feature that let us revisit old 5-man dungeons at level 100, was introduced in patch 6.2, and while running one or two instances for nostalgia sounds good (especially if they’re from Wrath of the Lich King), it’s not something people want to do every day. But with this mount added as a reward, they’ll all do it. It’s just too damn badass to ignore. It’ll be a rare drop from any Timewalking boss, and knowing Blizzard, I’m pretty sure the drop rate will be around 1%.

One of the most common requests we’ve heard ever since introducing Timewalking was for there to be some way to obtain an Infinite Dragonflight mount, since it’d fit perfectly with the theme of time manipulation, aside from being just plain cool-looking. We agree. Inspired by Murozond, the final boss of the End Time dungeon that is included in the Cataclysm Timewalking rotation, the Infinite Timereaver will be a rare drop from any dungeon boss during all of the Timewalking events.


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