WoW: Shadowlands: First mythic +20 dungeon mastered within the time limit

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The delayed launch of the eighth WoW expansion "Shadowlands" took place almost a month ago. Yesterday, on Christmas Eve, the first players accomplished the feat and cleared the Shadowlands dungeon "Mists of Tirna Scithe" of all evil - we congratulate you on this success!

Which group constellation achieved the first +20 Mythic Clear run?

A look at the current Raider.io database already shows that the players in Shadowlands have already been able to sniff record air - after all, at the time of writing (December 25), they occupy around half of all Mythic-Plus top placements.

This group was also responsible for the world's first +20 dungeon clear run in the allotted time. The group constellation was as follows:

  • Vengeance Demon Hunter Radspaper Restoration Shaman Furo Fire Mage Brainx Affliction Warlock Eddielock Lawlessness Rogue Seliathan.

The Vengeful Demon Hunter in particular is a common specialization on the higher Mythic Plus difficulty levels due to its additional utility abilities.

It took the group 28 minutes and 14 seconds to successfully complete the Mists of Tirna Scithe - beating the time required by one minute and 46 seconds. You can watch the entire run in the Twitch recording below.

Which pacts were represented?

Another exciting aspect is that the group's pacts were evenly distributed, with the exception of Venthyr. The Night Fairy Pact, which gave access to dungeon-specific bonuses, may have been particularly helpful. The Spicy Valuable Pliz and the tasty Leather Mushroom were especially helpful.

What do you think about this achievement? How have you fared in the WoW Shadowlands dungeons so far? Write us in the comments!

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