Best ways to gear up fast in Dragonflight Expansion
Hi players! WoW Dragonflight is here for a while and there are too many questions revealed that need our instant answer, and we bet the most important one is how to gear up fast to be ready for new adventures on Dragon Isles in WoW: Dragonflight Patch 10.2 Guardians of the Dream. So look no further as today we will review seven quickest possible ways to gear up your character in Dragonflight season 3 in this ultimate wow gearing guide.
Easy PvE Gear for completing Weekly and Daily activities on Dragon Isles
In Dragonflight Season 3 all the gear coming from all sources have additional item ranks and can be upgraded with a combination of Flightstones currency added in patch 10.1 and new Dreaming Crests, obtained by completing almost all types of end-game content. And the easiest gear source for any player in the Dragonflight expansion, most of which can be obtained even solo, is a PvE gear rewarded for different activities in the new Emerald Dream zone as well as for renewed activities from previous patches in other Dragon Isles zones.
There are several outdoor sources of gear, which you can get: first, you can get 415-437 item level Explorer and Adventurer gear by completing World Quests which reward gear. This world quest gear can be upgraded to up to 450 item level with a combination of Flightstones currency and new Dreaming Crests items obtained through completing different World and easy end-game content.
World Quests in Dragonflight spawn twice during one week and they become available on all characters when you complete the Dragonflight storyline campaign with one character and unlock Adventure mode so it's an easy way to get some catch up gear for your alts too. Additionally to that, you will need to complete first 2 chapters of Guardians of the Dream campaign to unlock world quests and other endgame content in the Emerald Dream. Also, you can get 415+ item level gear as well for killing Rares scattered across the Emerald Dream.
Thirdly, there is one new weekly event in Dragonflight Season 3: Superbloom in the Emerald Dream, which rewards with a 441+ ilvl veteran gear. Also, three previous world events: Time Rifts, Dreamsurges and Fyrakk Assaults got its rewards updated making them a great source of catch up gear of 415-428 item levels upgradeable to up to 450 ilvl.
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Additionally to that, there's a new weekly quest called A Worthy Ally: Dream Wardens which is a really simple quest handed out by Keeper Amrymn in the Central Encampent in the Emerald Dream. To complete this quest you need to farm 1500 reputation with Dream Wardens faction by doing different activities in the Emerald Dream during the week. This quest offers 441 item level Veteran gear item which can be upgraded all the way up to 463 item level. And last but not least, as with all previous WoW patches, Guardians of the Dream patch added new World boss called Aurostor, the Hibernating located in the Emerald Dream zone, which you can kill for a chance to get an item of 454 item level Champion gear (upgradeable to 476 ilvl).
These gear source farm methods are quite simple, but at the same time can be very time consuming. We are ready to help you to complete A Worthy Ally: Dream Wardens weekly quest to get a guaranteed item of 441+ item level with tons of Dreaming Crests, Flightstones and Dream Wardens reputation farmed as a bonus with our A Worthy Ally: Dream Wardens boost service so save yourself lots of time on a boring farm routine.
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New Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon Gear
Dawn of the Infinite Megadungeon is a Mythic only dungeon available from the day one of the WoW: Dragonflight Fractures in Time patch 10.1.5. As Operation: Mechagon in BFA and Tazavesh, the Veiled Market in Shadowlands, it has Normal and Hard modes, which you can activate by performing special activity and completing a so-called Immortal run without any player dying in the dungeon within a single run.
Dawn of the Infinite bosses drop 437 item level Hero 4/5 gear with few items having some interesting effects on them called Divergent Mythic gear adding unique hidden cantrip effects, for example: Timestrike, which effect is still unknown, Demonbane, increasing your damage agains demons, Scourgebane, increasing your damage agains undead enemies, Spirit etc. These stats grant additional damage against specific types of enemies or increase character's effectiveness in combat by adding an extra layer of power and excitement to your abilities.
There will be 8 bosses in Dawn of the Infinite mega dungeon, each residing in a different timeway, and the drop from them includes gear for each slot for all classes so it is fully possible that you can gear up full in 437 ilvl Hero gear going into this mega dungeon each week. And as a bonus, any player who completes the Hard Mode run will get a unique Ensemble: Infinite Acolyte's Regalia, which unlocks Infinite version of the Dragon-themed transmog for all 4 armor types (Plate, Mail, Leather and Cloth).
Dawn of the Infinite megadungeon, splitted by 2 dungeons: Dawn of the Infinite: Galakrond's Fall and Dawn of the Infinite: Murozond's Rise, is joining Mythic+ rotation in Season 3, granting players an opportunity to get the coolest and, for someone, even seasonal BiS items from this dungeon with the highest possible item level.
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Earn Mythic Plus Gear in Dragonflight Season 3 Dungeons
Traditionally mythic plus dungeons remain one of the best sources to get high item level gear in World of Warcraft Dragonflight. The higher level of the mythic+ keystone you've got, the higher item level of the gear piece you will get in the end of the mythic plus dungeon run, plus the Great Vault drops items with even higher ilvl. With the release of Dragonflight Season 3, there were 8 new dungeons added to the mythic+ rotation providing players with new loot tables and bis lists.
The item levels range in Season 3 Mythic+ Dungeons have been raised compared to previous seasons and are now from 441 item level Veteran 1/8 gear for completing Mythic+ 2 dungeon till 470 item level Hero 2/8 gear for completing Mythic+ 20 or higher dungeon. You can also upgrade your mythic plus gear (as any other Dragonflight Season 3 gear) with Flightstones and Dreaming Crests to up to 483 ilvl (Hero 6/6), which drop from different keystone levels. The rewards from the Great Vault increased as well and are now from 454 ilvl item(s) (upgrade level: Champion 1/8) for completing Mythic+ 2 up till 483 ilvl item(s) (upgrade level: Myth 2/4) for completing Mythic+ 20 or higher.
There will be few dos and don'ts here. Do not waste your Flightstones and Dreaming Crests on the items from low keys. If possible, try to reach out the best in slot gear pieces and collect new currency and crests as much as you can. They will be in your favor this season if you have plenty of them.
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The best Raiding Gear from Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope Raids
Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope is a new 9 boss raid arrived with the Dragonflight Season 3 release. The gear dropped from bosses in the Amirdrassil raid has from 441 item level (Veteran 1/8 upgrade level) on LFR difficulty to up to 489 item level on Mythic difficulty. As usual, gear items from the raid are the best but this time it's even better than "the best" since Season 3 Class Tier Sets are here once again and they drop from bosses in the raid. Additionally to that, all Amirdrassil raiding gear can be re-crafted to tier set items with the help of Revival Catalyst. Also, in Dragonflight season 3 raiding gear has upgrade ranks as well and can be upgraded with Flightstones and Dreaming Crests, which also drop from the bosses in the Amirdrassil raid, so eventually you will have even more powerful gear in time.
The biggest change in raids in Dragonflight is that the Personal loot system is gone and is now replaced with a Group Loot system meaning that each boss will drop some amount of random loot to the whole raid based on quantity of players in raid without loot lockout. That's why we are offering special packages of loot runs in our Amirdrassil Normal, Amirdrassil Heroic and even Amirdrassil Mythic raids allowing you to have minimum quantity of players without loot cooldown in your raid, choose your loot priority and have a minimum item guarantee.
And last, but not least, don't forget about the Great Vault! You can unlock up to 3 items of 454-463 item level for killing 2+/4+/7+ bosses in Amirdrassil Normal raid, 467-476 ilvl for killing bosses in Amirdrassil Heroic raid and 480-489 ilvl items for killing bosses in Amirdrassil Mythic raid. Need a cool group for the Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope raid runs or a full gear service to get new raid gear in each item slot of your character guaranteed? Hire our raiding group to join any of our Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope Raid Boost runs today. Simply select your raid, its difficulty, loot options and get your raid spot appointed in no time. And don't forget to upgrade boost run in your order to have maximum amount of loot possible and minimum item guarantee from your loot run.
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Superbloom, Dreamsurges, Time Rifts and Fyrakk Assaults Catch-up gear in 10.2
With the launch of WoW Dragonflight: Guardians of the Dream patch 10.2 new ways to obtain some cool catch-up gear arrived. And one of the most interest is the Superbloom four-phase world event, which occurs every hour in the Emerald Dream zone and lasts 15 minutes. During event phases players need to help ancient Sprucecrown to sprout life around Amirdrassil escorting him and fighting waves of primalist mobs spawned from the portals, as well as completing special activities collecting Bloom and filling the bar, which upgrades the final reward. The Superbloom event ends with killing of final boss during the last phase.
Completing the first Superbloom during the week will award you with Cache of Overblooming Treasures guaranteed, which contains one 441 ilvl Explorer 1/8 item, 1000 Dream Wardens reputation, one Gigantic Dreamseed used in Emerald Bounty events to get some cool rewards such as mounts, pets etc.
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Also, with the patch 10.2 gear, rewarded for completing Dreamsurges, Time Rifts and Fyrakk Assault events was upgraded to relevant item level making it ideal source for catching up your alts or your main if you haven't played for a while. Completing Weekly quests of these activities rewards with special items, which can be exchanged for 428+ item level items guaranteed (this is Adventurer tier gear which can be upgraded to up to 450 ilvl), and doing repeatable stuff such as farming Dreamsurge Coalescence or Paracausal Flakes currencies, allows you to get additional 415+ ilvl Explorer gear upgradeable to 437 ilvl. It means that every week you can get up to 3 guaranteed 428 ilvl Adventurer 1/8 items in a specific slots with an ability to upgrade them to 450 item level, and fill all other slots with 415+ gear, making it a perfect solution as a catch up gear for recently leveled alts or your main if you haven't played for a while, fully gearing up your character. And by using Revival Catalyst you can transform this gear into Season 2 Tier sets, preparing your character for any upcoming season 3 challenges fast and easy.
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Crafted Gear - craft and upgrade your gear in Dragonflight Season 3
Crafting is great because you can usually find a lot of crafted items in the auction house super cheap right when you hit max level. However, in WoW: Dragonflight Season 3 by using the Crafting order system or doing it yourself you can get very cool crafted gear from 431 item level to up to 483 item level by adding special crafting reagents: Spark of Dreams, which replaced previous Spark of Shadowflame and new Enchanted Dreaming Crests, which replaced Enchanted Shadowflame Crests from DF Season 2.
In Season 3, like in Season 2, Enchanted Dreaming Crests are created by enchanters using common Dreaming Crests dropped from any end-game sources of Season 3. In order to create these enchanted crests, you will need either to have Enchanting profession and obtain respective recipes which drop from different end-game sources in the Emerald Dream zone, such as a drop from rares or as a loot from treasures, or either to place enchanting Work Order via Work Orders system providing your own Dreaming Crests to craft them.
There are 3 different levels of Enchanted Dreaming Crests: Enchanted Whelpling's Dreaming Crest, Enchanted Wyrm's Dreaming Crest and Enchanted Aspect's Dreaming Crest. All these enchanted crests along with Spark of Dreams are soulbound, so you can't trade, sell or send them to your alts. And that also means that during the crafting process or recrafting an item with another crest applied, you will have to provide your own sparks of dreams and enchanted crests if you want to increase an item level of the crafted piece of gear you want to order, even when using Personal Crafting Orders.
Enchanted Whelpling's Dreaming Crests are applied to any Rare Quality crafted gear or weapons to increase its item level to up to 431-444 ilvl. These enchanted crests can be crafted by or with the help of enchanter by providing 1x Nascent Whelpling's Dreaming Crest which is sold by Enchanting Vendor for 30x Whelpling's Dreaming Crest and are great for a fresh 70 level character to increase its item level. Enchanted Wyrm's Dreaming Crests, which requires 1x Nascent Wyrm's Dreaming Crest to craft (45x Wyrm's Dreaming Crests), and BiS Enchanted Aspect's Dreaming Crest infusion, required 1x Nascent Aspect's Dreaming Crest sold for as many as 60x Aspect's Dreaming Crest items, can be applied to any Epic Quality crafted gear and weapons to increase the base crafted item's item level to up to 463-476 and 473-486 ilvl respectively, and that's on par with Amirdrassil Mythic raiding gear!
Item level of a final crafted item is determined not only by additional optional reagent, but also by the quality of crafted item itself. There are a total of 5 quality ranks right now, with each rank increasing the item level of crafted item by 3-4 ilvl per each item upgrade level.
Additionally to Enchanted Crests, all epic gear crafts require Spark of Dreams item, which is rewarded for completing Dreams Unified quest available after you complete the Emerald Dream introduction, and then once per week you can get 1x Splintered Spark of Dreams for completing weekly renown quest in the Emerald Dream called A Worthy Ally: Dream Wardens in Central Encampment capital or any weekly PvP quest in Valdrakken, basically giving you one Spark of Dreams every 2 weeks guaranteed. And there is even a catch up system implemented for alts, who would gladly wear some cool epic crafted gear - these characters will have a chance to loot splintered sparks from different end-game activities until they catch up to the current spark count.
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Farm Season 3 PvP Gear for Conquest and Honor
There are 2 types of gear available from PvP Vendor: Unrated or Honor pvp gear and Rated or Conquest pvp gear. Unrated Gear is sold for Honor points earned from any PvP activities, has 476 PvP item level (405+ PvE) starting at Rank 1 and can be upgraded further by using your Flightstones and Dreaming Crests. Also in Dragonflight Season 3 new items were added called Crest of Honor and Trophy of Conquest, which can turn any craftable Epic gear item into a PvP item. These items are sold for Honor and Conquest points respectively and will increase PvP item level of a crafted item they were used on: Crest of Honor will increase pvp ilvl to 476, Trophy of Conquest - to 489 ilvl.
And regarding new Season 3 upgrade system, it does not apply to pvp gear earned from PvP content. Though you can still upgrade PvE item levels of your PvP Gear, but now using Dreaming crests instead of Honor points. You can upgrade your Honor's gear PvE item level to up to 431 item level as you collect more flightstones and crests from end-game activities. The Rated gear is sold for Conquest points earned for engaging in rated pvp activities. Item costs depend on the item slot. Ranked Conquest gear has 489 PvP item level (447 PvE) and its non-PvP counterpart can also be upgraded all the way to 463 PvE item level with flightstones and dreaming crests and by reaching highest PvP Rank.
You can upgrade both Honor and Conquest PvP gear PvE item levels simply by using common upgrade vendors, as you did with your PvE gear, to increase its rank. Honor points can be farmed without limit, so you can acquire any amount of Honor Gear and gear up your character in PvP gear at whatever rate you want. But please note that upgrading your Honor gear to rank 5 will require tons of dreaming crests and flightstones farmed, and also upgrading Conquest gear to a higher rank in turn will require gaining a higher Season 2 PvP rating.
In the end, it will take big amount of Honor to buy full PvP Honor gear to prepare your character for Ranked PvP, making it one of the most required currency to farm for upgrading your PvP Gear. Do you need to get a higher Rank in Dragonflight PvP Season 3 in any Arena bracket to increase item level of your pvp gear or get the required amount of honor or conquest points to buy needed pvp gear? Here we are to help you with our most relevant PvP Boost Carry Services. Our managers are also ready to advise you on the requirements for your character's gear to get the highest rating possible!
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