Dawn of the Infinite Heroic Difficulty Coming in Fury Incarnate

Gather your party and preserve the timeline in the Heroic Difficulty Dawn of the Infinite mega-dungeon with the release of Fury Incarnate. At stake is the future of Azeroth, and only you can ensure the timeline remains preserved—hopefully with a minimal number of paradoxes.

With the launch of the content update, players can undertake this dungeon in either Heroic or Mythic Difficulty int two parts—Galakrond’s Fall and Murozond’s Rise. The new Heroic difficulty of Dawn of the Infinite is also accessible by using Group Finder (I), but you'll need to have an item level of 372 or more to queue.

Bosses: 8 (four per part)
Difficulty: Heroic and Mythic
Heroic Minimum Item Level: 372
Level: 70

Galakrond’s Fall and Murozond’s Rise won’t be available as Mythic Keystone Dungeons until Dragonflight Season 3 kicks off later this year. Here are the bosses you’ll encounter in each section of the two-part mega-dungeon.

Galakrond’s Fall


Chronikar spent her entire life in service to the infinite dragonflight, making her way up the ranks until she earned the title of commander. Even among the radical infinites, her zealotry is unmatched. As the venerated rearguard, she will stop at nothing to put an end to any who dare oppose her order.

Manifested Timeways

A manifestation of the sands of time itself. This ancient being is always watching, always waiting for the moment when the Timeways are in peril. She was unable to stop the infinite dragonflight as they crashed their way into the past. Now, faced with more intruders, she refuses to fail a second time.

Blight of Galakrond

These primal dragons were brought back by the necrotic energies dripping from the corpse of Galakrond. Ahnzon is the crackling hunger of the storm. Dazhak the all-consuming gluttony of the flame. Loszkeleth the seeping starvation of the cold. And the heroes of Azeroth are looking like a tasty meal...

Iridikron the Stonescaled

Iridikron is the most powerful of the Primal Incarnates, infused with elemental earth magic. While he wishes to topple the Aspects and rid the world of the titan's influence, his plans to do so are not yet known. Why has he joined forces with the infinites? Whatever the answer, he must be stopped.

Murozond's Rise

Tyr, the Infinite Keeper

With the true timeline now altered by Murozond's rise, the heroes of Azeroth are faced with many oddities. Chief among them being Titan-Keeper Tyr joining forces with the infinite dragonflight. His legendary loyalty now turned against them, the heroes of Azeroth have no choice but to fight. To win.


Morchie is the alternate form of Chromie, created by a timeline where Murozond rose and the infinites reigned supreme. And it so happens that she rather enjoys being part of the true timeline, and would like to keep it that way. Unfortunately, the heroes of Azeroth keep getting in the way of her plans.

Time-Lost Battlefield

One of the many battles between the Alliance and Horde have bled into the Timeways, and it's up to the heroes of Azeroth to put an end to this time anomaly in order to continue their journey. But first they will have to face Grommash Hellscream, one of the Horde's mightiest chieftains. For the Alliance!

Chrono-Lord Deios

At long last, the infinite dragonflight shall usher in a new dawn for the world of Azeroth. Chrono-Lord Deios has traveled far into the past to ensure that Murozond shall rise. The heroes of Azeroth have already seen him succeed once. This time, can they stop him?

The timeline needs you, champion. Rise to the challenge and preserve history!