Unveiling the Legendary: A Comprehensive Guide to Obtaining Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, the Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope (Patch 10.2)

Unveiling the Legendary: A Comprehensive Guide to Obtaining Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, the Amirdrassil, the Dream’s Hope (Patch 10.2)


In the Amirdrassil, Dream’s Hope raid, the bravest adventurers will be able to begin the path to obtaining a new legendary item – the two-handed ax of Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, which Fyrakk the Burning himself used to attack the Emerald Dream. To obtain this powerful item, the heroes will have to obtain a special item from the final boss, collect a variety of materials and enlist the help of experienced artisans, and then go through a short scenario. This guide lists all the known facts about this axe.

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Fyr’alath the Dreamrender

Key Features

Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, is a legendary two-handed ax with strength, critical strike, and speed, and can only be used by paladins, death knights, and warriors, for whom it is essentially intended. The item has a maximum level of 496 in Dragonflight Season 3. Fyr’alath the Dreamrender has two effects:

  • Usage: Rage of Fyr’alath – You give in to Rage of Fyr’alath and charge forward, swinging your weapon and dealing 501433 Shadow damage to targets in your path. Shadowflame damage over 3 sec.
  • Recovery: 2 min. Equip: Fyr’alath the Dreamrender – Attacks apply the Mark of Fyr’alath the Dreamrender to the target, dealing 28034 Shadow damage. Shadowflame damage over 15 sec. Once activated, Fyr’alath the Dreamrender absorbs fire from all signs and increases his damage by 10%. There are two models of Fyr’alath the Dreamrender – a blank and a full-fledged version.


To obtain Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, the player needs to obtain a special item from the final boss of Amirdrassil – Fyrakk the Blazing: Fyr’alath the Dreamrender. It is obtained as personal loot on any difficulty for paladins, warriors, and death knights, and, separately, as group loot on Mythic difficulty (although the Mythic dungeons are getting harder). It is impossible to equip an item right away, and when the player first tries to do this, he is enveloped in the flames of Darkness, after which he receives the initial task. Next, he needs to go through a special plot related to the collection of various materials to make a suitable handle and turn it into a full-fledged item ready for use.

Quests Shadowflame Axes and In Your Hands

The initial quest Shadowflame Axes requires the player to go to the Azeroth Archives, which is located on one of the floating islands north of Alget’ar Academy in Taldrasus, and look for someone who will help him with his difficult task. There, the hero meets leading archivist Edward Delingridge, who gives him the task “In Your Hands”, informing him that to wield the ax he needs to replace its handle, and this requires collecting three special components for separate orders. A fireproof hide that can withstand enormous heat – A shaft made of symbiotic flickering spores. Enchanted parchment that can contain unstable magic – Parchment of Supreme Knowledge. A rune that allows the first two materials to bind to a weapon – the Rune of the Bond of Darkness. To obtain these items, the player will need the help of experts in leatherworking, enchanting, and the inscription of the Dragon Isles.


After collecting all three parts, the player must return to Edward, where he will be given the Tempered Ax quest. He will then go to the Obsidian Throne with Edward, Wrathion, and Dracommander Ambertal, where the ax will be replaced with a handle. However, he still refuses to obey the new owner, because the echo of Fyrakk lives in him. Next, the player, on the assignment The Power of Temptation, is sent into a small but rather complex three-stage test scenario in Aberria, where, armed with Fyr’alath the Dreamrender, he will have to kill the oncoming waves of enemies, dodge waves of flames of Darkness, and in the final destroy the echo of Fyrakk, after which he will be shown a small scene. After this, the collection of Fyr’alath the Dreamrender is completed and the player finally gets the opportunity to equip his full version.


Although some players think that Fyrakk’s weapon is useless, lots of players try to obtain it. The developers have added a failure protection system that increases active players’ chance of receiving an item from Fyrakk. The chance of being received as personal loot depends on the difficulty level – the more difficult the mode, the higher the chance. The probability is cumulative, so if the player completed the raid in heroic mode, then there is no need to complete the normal mode – in this case, the player will take into account the probability for all three modes. In this regard, everything is arranged in the same way as in the case of the previous Naz’uro awakeners.


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