WoW Dragonflight: Here is Everything Coming in Patch 10.1.7 Fury Incarnate!
Posted: Sep 07, 2023
Posted: Sep 07, 2023Source: IGGM
Patch 10.1.7, Fury Incarnate, goes live on September 5th, and there are so many updates to look forward to.
So, let’s go through everything coming in patch 10.1.7, Fury Incarnate.
New Quest Lines - Dragonflight Story Continues
The Dragonflight story continues in 10.1.7.
With Iridikron gone in pursuit of his own goals, Fyrakk is free to torment the Dragon Isles. As the Shadowflame’s influence grows, the Primal Incarnate of Fire is becoming increasingly more aggressive and has set his sights on the new World Tree, rallying his forces to claim its power for himself.
But not everyone on the Primalist side seems to agree with Fyrakk’s lust for power, which may create the perfect opportunity for us to thwart his plans and keep the new World Tree safe.
The future of the Dragon Isles is on our shoulders. We will also further explore the relationship between the bronze dragons and the Infinites, as well as between the dracthyr and the now leaderless Sundered Flame.
New Heritage Armor - Night Elves & Forsaken
Patch 10.1.7 also introduces new Heritage armor sets and quest lines for the Night Elves and the Forsaken. So, get your WoW Dragonflight Gold ready!
The Night Elves are reaching back to their Warcraft III roots with feather-adorned pauldrons, silver filigree, and a tri-tipped glaive reminiscent of the Night Elf Huntress’s.
The Forsaken set pulls from the Undercity theme with some very cool apothecary details. This Heritage armor definitely screams Forsaken.
Dreamsurge - New Public Event
We also have more outdoor world content to look forward to with the zone-wide Dreamsurge event.
While the event is active, you will be able to vote on powerful buffs that affect everyone in the zone. These range from big damage increases to extra survivability, and even experience gains.
New weekly quests offer you powerful rewards in the Dreamsurge Chrysalis. These tokens can be traded in for Item Level 415 gear and Wyrm’s Shadowflame Crests, which can be used to quickly gear up your characters.
There are also Waking Dream portals that start every 30 minutes. Work as a group to push back the invading forces and fend off the event boss for a chance at extra rewards, and you can earn a new currency, Dreamsurge Coalescence.
The Dreamsurge is also going to empower most Rare monsters in the same zone, giving them special new abilities and improved rewards, including Item Level 402 account-wide gear tokens and that Dreamsurge Coalescence currency. Most world quests in these zones will also reward you with Dreamsurge Coalescence when completed, so we have a lot of options to gain this new currency.
You can spend Dreamsurge Coalescence at another vendor to purchase Bind-on-Account Item Level 402 gear tokens and various other goodies, like pets, and even a mount.
Dreamsurge events will affect one of the four original Dragon Isles zones at a time, rotating on a weekly basis, so every week we’ll be plundering a different zone for all of those shiny new rewards.
Dawn of the Infinite - Heroic Mode Available
The Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon that was just introduced in patch 10.1.5 will also become more accessible with the addition of a Heroic difficulty option.
The eight-boss dungeon will be split into two halves, each with four bosses to make them more bite-sized adventures, and it will be available on Heroic mode so you can queue up with your friends, or by yourself, and find a group quickly.
This is the soonest a mega-dungeon has been available on Heroic mode, so everyone will be able to hop in, face off against the Infinite dragonflight, collect some wonderful time-themed loot, see how the story progresses and get ready for the next chapter of the Dragonflight story.
New Customization - Draenei Stroy & Appearances
We’re also going to see some very interesting customization options in the new patch.
Prophet Velen has seen a vision of Argus, and something strange is happening in the old Legion world.
Through this quest line we’ll learn about the fate of the man’ari, following the fall of Kil’jaeden and Archimonde, and the imprisonment of Sargeras. Completing this new quest will unlock red and dark grey skin color options for your draenei characters, so if you’ve ever wanted to look more like a man’ari, be sure to talk to Velen when the patch goes live.
Eastern Kingdoms Cup - New Dragonriding Event
Another continent is joining in the dragonriding fun with the Eastern Kingdoms Cup.
Zoom through some of your favorite old world zones in the Standard, Advanced or Reverse tracks, and each race you complete will earn you more Riders of Azeroth Badges, which you can use to buy up any of the previous events' goodies, like the Drake Racer's transmog set, if you didn't complete that during the Kalimdor Cup event. And then, there are also new drake customizations to purchase with your hard-earned Riders Badges.
Ping System - New Interface Feature
Have you ever wanted to be able to specifically and quickly mark a location in game to bring attention to your battleground team, or arena mates, or raid group?
The new ping system coming in this patch is exactly what you've been waiting for. You can ping to point out a location on the floor, or a group member, or an enemy, and the ping will actually follow whomever you place it on, making it even easier for everyone to track exactly why you're pinging.
There's a quick "look here" ping for general purposes, but you can also send a "warning", "on my way", "assist", or "attack" ping to really emphasize your point.
So, whether you're wanting to ping incoming attackers in a battleground, highlight the next add to kill in your raid encounter, or even just mark a quest item on the ground that your party members are struggling to find, the new ping system is a huge accessibility update, and I can't wait to use it in our guild raids.
Holiday Refresh - New Quests & Rewards
Some of Azeroth's favorite holiday events are also getting a refresh in 10.1.7.
In September, we'll have 14 new quests across the Dragon Isles and Valdrakken for Brewfest, with new rewards to look out for.
In October, there are new quest lines for Hallow's End that go into the backstory of the Headless Horseman. And the Headless Horseman encounter has been updated with variable difficulty.
In November, we'll have more turkeys to hunt for Pilgrim's Bounty over in the Ohn'ahran Plains. And then there are various holiday-themed dragonriding customizations to collect, so you can really get into the holiday spirit in the new patch.
And then, we also have balance tuning, with class and talent changes. The Turbulent Timeways event will be active once again, giving us several weeks of timewalking adventures.
Then there are also new dragonriding race challenge modes, various quality-of-life and user interface updates, and plenty of new transmogs and mounts to collect.
With so much new content coming our way, it's a perfect time to get all caught up and ready for the next big World of Warcraft adventure.
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