Each season of Mythic+ has started bringing new dungeons with it, and Dragonflight patch 10.2 will be no different with a refreshed Mythic+ rotation that's a mix of a little new but mostly old.
Ever since Blizzard replaced Challenge Modes with Mythic+ dungeons in Legion, there have been pools of affixes -- additional effects like Grievous or Storming that each add additional difficulty to the dungeon beyond just the baseline Mythic+ expectation of "everything has more hit points and hits harder." These affixes rotate on a weekly basis, and to keep it from getting stale, Blizzard changes things from season to season, rotating the available dungeon pool, tweaking existing affixes, and adding a seasonal affix which always appear at keystone level 10 and above.
Yesterday I was feeling a little down about LFR but as the Dwarves say "Khaz'goroth doesn't close a forge without opening a keg" so I'm now getting ready to send a toon into Mythic+ dungeons in preparation for Season 2.
Shadowlands patch 9.2.5 is a unique one for a final patch of an expansion.
Shadowlands Season 4 is going to add a selection of dungeons from previous expansions to the available Mythic+ pool -- the two wings of Tazavesh from the current expansion, the two wings of Mechagon from Battle for Azeroth, and the two wings of the Return to Karazhan mega dungeon from Legion.
If you've been running Mythic Keystones at all in the last four years you've probably run into questions about what your io score is.
It's time for a new seasonal affix in Mythic keystone dungeons!
How many times have you seen a player saying in trade chat, "bring back Valor Points," as a solution to help people bridge the gap between RNG and that 158 ilevel ring they're still using?
It feels like Shadowlands has really lost the thread on the idea of all tanks being roughly equivalent.
The Great Vault is one of the most promising additions from the Shadowlands expansion.