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Mage Tower challenge returned in patch 9.1.5 with Legion Timewalking being introduced for the first time. However, the challenge remains as hard as it used to be so buying Mage Tower boost is the easiest way of getting new re-worked rewards. With the help of our players most of whom completed the original Mage Tower carries back in Legion you will get it done in no time!
Mage Tower run for most classes can be started within 30 minutes. For guardian druids we've got a team of exceptionally skilled players who can start immediately after you've placed an order and complete it within 30 minutes.
We use Remote Desktop app to complete Mage Tower 100% safely without account sharing. This way you can be sure your account won't be banned by Blizzard!
Each Mage Tower challenge takes ~1 hour to complete. We can start mage tower boost for most classes within 30 minutes. Guardian druid challenge can be started immediately after you've placed the order and takes ~30 minutes to complete.
The Mage Tower appeared in the Legion expansion. It was a very difficult activity with great rewards for experienced and skilled players, which gathered keys to have access to the Mage Tower. With the Legion expansion ending, the Mage Tower, as well as its rewards, became unobtainable, but in Shadowlands Patch 9.1.5 it returned as part of Legion Timewalking.
Finally, in Shadowlands Patch 9.2, the Mage Tower will be accessible at any time, no longer tied to the Legion Timewalking event.
The Mage Tower challenge works the same way it used to work in Legion. There are 7 challenges grouped by character's roles and specs:
|Challenge name||Available for|
|Closing the Eye||Frost Death Knight, Havoc Demon Hunter, Survival Hunter, Subtlety Rogue, and Arms Warrior|
|An Impossible Foe||Unholy Death Knight, Feral Druid, Fire Mage, Outlaw Rogue, Elemental Shaman, and Fury Warrior|
|The God-Queen's Fury||Arcane Mage, Retribution Paladin, Assassination Rogue, Enhancement Shaman, and Demonology Warlock|
|Feltotem's Fall||Beast Mastery Hunter, Windwalker Monk, Discipline Priest, and Destruction Warlock|
|The Highlord's Return||Blood Death Knight, Vengeance Demon Hunter, Guardian Druid, Brewmaster Monk, Protection Paladin, and Protection Warrior|
|End of the Risen Threat||Restoration Druid, Mistweaver Monk, Holy Paladin, Holy Priest, and Restoration Shaman|
|Thwarting the Twins||Balance Druid, Marksmanship Hunter, Frost Mage Shadow Priest, and Affliction Warlock|
As you can there's a challenge for each character role: 1 Mage Tower tank challenge, 1 Mage Tower heal challenge and 5 different Mage Tower DPS challenges. Each challenge is not easy and tests your skill at playing certain spec. Buying Mage Tower boost was the easiest way of beating the challenge back in Legion and it remains so now!
Since every MT challenge can be completed by several specs you don't have to prepare 7 characters. The absolute minimum number of characters needed to complete all 7 challenges is 3 characters: that is, for example, Death Knight, Paladin and Hunter. In worst-case scenario you won't need to prepare more than 3 characters no matter what classes you've already got.
If you are a Druid, you should check the unique Fel Werebear Form that is an additional reward for Druids testing their strength in the Mage Tower. In the days of the Legion expansion, the journey through the Mage Tower could gave you additional appearances of Artifacts Weapons, but now, unfortunately, there is no such possibility.
But with a Druid unique form, it is even easier with our Fel Werebear Druid Form Boost service!
|Death Knight||Gravewarden Armaments|
|Demon Hunter||Demonbane Armor|
|Mage||Regalia of the Arcane Tempest|
|Paladin||Radiant Lightbringer Armor|
|Priest||Vestments of Blind Absolution|
|Rogue||Fanged Slayer's Armor|
|Shaman||Regalia of the Skybreaker|
|Warrior||Titanic Onslaught Armor|
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