With the release of WoW Dragonflight Season 1 comes a new Mythic+ dungeon rotation, PvP, rewards, and of course, the Vault of the Incarnates raid. There are a total of eight bosses in WoW Dragonflight's first raid, and if you want to know a bit more about them and get a glimpse of how they look, we've got you covered.
This article provides a list and official description of each Vault of the Incarnates raid boss WoW Dragonflight players will have to slay and what item level (iLvl) is required to enter the expansion's first raid.
WoW Dragonflight Vault of the Incarnates iLvl Requirement
First off, the minimum iLvl items that drop in Vault of the Incarnates come from the low LFR tier, at 376, and it goes up to 424 for High Mythic tier raiding. There are Raid Finder, Normal, Heroic, and Mythic difficulties.
The minimum iLvl to enter the Vault of the Incarnates via the Raid Finder is 359. There is no absolute minimum for Normal or higher, but with each difficulty increase, the challenge is higher. Therefore, we recommend most guilds and groups first clear Normal, get some items on your core raiders, then move up to Heroic.
All Vault of the Incarnates Bosses & Wings
In the Vault of the Incarnates raid, there are eight bosses for players to defeat with their guild or raid group. WoW Dragonflight's first raid features a total of three wings. This section outlines all the bosses per Vault of Incarnates wings and an official description and an image of each boss.
Eranog (The Primal Bulwark wing):
Eranog, commander of the Primalist forces, is relentless in his pursuit of power. With the incarnates' release imminent, Eranog summons the whole of his army and will not hesitate to sacrifice his devoted followers to achieve victory.
Terros (The Primal Bulwark wing):
Primalists sought to pull Terros, an unyielding force of destruction, from the elemental plane. However, their ritual was interrupted. Trapped between two worlds, this hulking terror seeks to free himself and obliterate everything in his path.
The Primal Council (The Primal Bulwark wing):
These masters of the elements are ruthless in their pursuit of power. Embar Firepath is as merciless as the fire she commands. Opalfang wields the might of the earth to crush her enemies. Kadros Icewrath is cold and cruel, while his sibling Dathea Stormlash is as wild and unpredictable as a raging storm.
Sennarth, the Cold Breath (Caverns of Infusion wing):
Sennarth, Kurog Grimtotem's most vicious creation, is a massive arachnid infused with the unforgiving cold. Her singular purpose is to guard her brood of thousands, awaiting the day they'll hatch and enshroud Azeroth in a web of winter.
Dathea, Ascended (Caverns of Infusion wing):
Driven manic by her defeat, Dathea strikes a bargain with Raszageth to attain even greater power. Imbued with a fraction of the Incarnate's strength, Dathea gains control of the wind itself and unleashes its ferocity to tear her enemies apart.
Kurog Grimtotem (Caverns of Infusion Wing):
Once a prized pupil of Magatha Grimtotem, this master of the primal elements is preparing to unleash his most devastating creations. If Kurog is not stopped, his entities of storm, fire, ice, and earth will wreak havoc across the whole of Azeroth.
Broodkeeper Diurna (Fury of the Storm Wing):
Broodkeeper Diurna is the fierce Guardian of the Primalist Clutchwarren. She devotes her considerable strength to protect the unhatched and seeks vengeance for the one she lost.
Raszageth the Storm-eater (Fury of the Storm Wing):
Raszageth devoutly believes that dragonkind was meant to be as wild and free as the storm itself. Should she succeed at freeing her fellow incarnates from their ancient prison, Raszageth and her kin will topple the aspects and scour the world clean of every trace of the Titans' influence.
So there you have it, the minimum iLvl requirement for WoW Dragonflight's first raid, and the Vault of the Incarnates boss descriptions and wings, so heroes of Azeroth know exactly what they are getting themselves into. Good luck!
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