World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Timewalking Rotation, Rewards, And More

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Timewalking dungeons are unique events that allow players to travel back in time and experience dungeons and raids from past expansions, while still playing their character as it is currently.

Certain Timewalking weeks also feature a previous raid that players can compete with a group to earn normal current item level loot and currency that can be used to purchase unique items from each expansion's vendor.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands Timewalking Rotation, Rewards, And More

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With the arrival of patch 9.1.5, Legion Timewalking is seeing its introduction to the Timewalking rotation, featuring Mythic+ dungeons and the return of the Mage Tower.
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Blizzard also announced that once Legion Timewalking makes it to the game, the rotation will drop down from 4 weeks to 3, although players are still pushing for Timewalking to change to a weekly rotation.

Read more: World Of Warcraft Players Plead With Blizzard To Make Timewalking A Weekly Rotation.

Expect to see an updated rotation for Timewalking dungeons for 2022 soon.

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Currently, Timewalking dungeons start from The Burning Crusade and continue through each expansion until the Warlords of Draenor expansion.

Legion Timewalking is arriving in patch 9.1.5, causing a switch-up in the rotation.

Each expansion packs x.1.5 patches over the past 4 years has introduced a new set of dungeons from the expansion released previous to the last.

Read more: Will We See Arthas In The Shadowlands And What Role Will He Play.

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Timewalking Rotation

Roughly once a month a new expansion will be available for completion throughout the week.

August 3rd - Burning Crusade Timewalking, with Black Temple raid active.

August 31 - Wrath of the Lich King, with Ulduar raid active.

September 21 - Cataclysm.

October 19 - Mists of Pandaria.

November 9 - Warlords of Draenor.

December 7 - Legion Timewalking Mythic+ and the Mage Tower (open for two weeks)

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Rewards

Each expansion awards bonus reputation with factions from that expansion's content, allowing players to easily farm out those old reputations while playing new content.

Each week these are active, players will be able to pick up a quest in Oribos, that will award the player a normal item level piece of loot from the current raid for completing 5 dungeons.

Each boss has a small chance to drop the Reins of the Infinite Timereaver mount as well.

There is a vendor tied to each expansion and will sell unique items, reputation, and amount based on that expansion.

Read more: Shadowlands Patch 9.1.5 Will Release Early November But Players Will Need To Wait Until December For Legion Timewalking.

Timewarped badges are the currency obtained from completing these dungeons and used to turn in at these vendors.

Players will earn these by defeating bosses, completing Call to Arms bonuses, and handing in a weekly quest that is obtained from the final boss of a dungeon.