WoW Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7 - Release Date, Leaks & Everything We Know

WoW Dragonflight 10.0.7

WoW Dragonflight 10.0.7

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Now that World of Warcraft: Dragonflight's first content update has been fully released, it's time to move towards the next one, patch 10.0.7.

Similar to 10.0.5, this content update will not be huge in scale, meaning that players shouldn't expect the likes of a brand-new season or a new raid. Instead, however, it'll focus more on class tuning, introduce a new questing area, and more.

Although the developers over at Blizzard Entertainment have been dropping bits and pieces here and there, Information regarding the 10.0.7 patch is incomplete, however, there are some leaks players can work with.

That being said, here's everything we know about WoW Dragonflight patch 10.0.7, including its release date, leaks, and other content.

WoW Dagonflight Patch 10.0.7 Release Date

WoW Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7 releases on Tuesday, March 21, 2023.

According to the WoW Dragonflight 2023 Content Roadmap, patch 10.0.7 will be the final update before patch 10.1, and subsequently, Season 2 release sometime this summer.

WoW Dagonflight Patch 10.0.7 Content & Leaks

Back in late December of 2022, Blizzard Entertainment gave a glimpse as to what players can expect for the WoW Dragonflight 10.0.7 patch.

In the update, players can expect class balancing and tuning, a whole new max-level questing area, as well as some minor details like the Monk Class becoming available to all races, and more.

Class Balancing and Tuning: General Adjustments & Retribution Paladin Changes

A new patch most certainly means a new set of class balancing and tuning, players can expect the same with the 10.0.7 update. For more information on that, feel free to visit the official post on the World of Warcraft forums. These forums are updated semi-regularly.

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Not addressed in the official forum post, though, are the upcoming Retribution Paladin changes. First revealed and datamined by Wowhead and later elaborated upon by Blizzard themselves, these changes aim to bring Retribution Paladins up to speed with some of the other Melee classes in the game.

The official numbers for the upcoming changes have yet to be revealed.

New

Return to the Forbidden Reach in patch 10.0.7

Coming with 10.0.7 is the game's first new max-level zone, the Forbidden Reach. Although not completely new as the zone is the Dracthyr Evoker's starting zone, this will be the first time players get to visit the Forbbiden Reach outside of that class and race.

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According to Blizzard, "Players [will] return to the Forbidden Reach to learn more of the story of the dracthyr Evoker awakening now that the defeat of Raszageth has been secured. This zone includes new content for max-level players delving into the troubles left behind by the meddling of the Primalists and the chaos they’ve left behind among the elements. Players will discover hidden Treasure Rooms with the Dragonscale Expedition, encounter new bosses and objectives, more storms, new loot to add to their arsenal, and more."

These hidden treasure rooms are the expected Zskera Vaults that have been leaked.

Zskera Vaults: Torghast-like Feature Introduced in 10.0.7

Spotted by Wowhead, one of the new mini-features coming with 10.0.7 are the Zskera Vaults. Working on a daily reset and open all the time, these vaults are explorable areas deep within the Forbidden Reach.

The Zskera Vaults are filled with treasure with many locked doors and puzzles for players to get through; each player gets their own instance. In order to get into these vaults, players will need to obtain a "Zskera Vault Key" which can be found by completing activities in the Forbbiden Reach.

Players can expect all sorts of cosmetic items from the Zskera Vaults, from new toys and Battle Pets to mounts. Additionally, players can expect the brand-new Primordial Stone Gems to drop from them.

New Primal Stone Gems Come with 10.0.7

Primordial Stone Gems are reportedly set to join with the 10.0.7 update.

These brand-new gems have unique never-before-seen effects, forgoing the regular stat increase in favor of different ways to give players power. Anything from random doing damage to absorbing damage and slowing melee attackers, it's a new look for gems in the game.

Here's a list of Primordial Stone Gems and their effects according to Wowhead.

  • Cold Frost Stone: Gain Frost armor every 20 seconds, absorbing damage and slowing melee attackers.
  • Deluging Water Stone: Abilities can drench a nearby ally in restorative waters, healing over time.
  • Desirous Blood Stone: Dealing damage can drain life from nearby enemies, dealing Shadow damage and healing you.
  • Echoing Thunder Stone: Moving builds an electrical charge, causing your next damaging ability to deal Nature damage.
  • Entropic Fel Stone: Fire damage from your Primordial Stones is increased by 60 percent, and is now considered Chaos.
  • Exuding Steam Stone: Receiving heals can exude steam, healing yourself and two nearby allies.
  • Flame Licked Stone: Dealing damage can set the enemy on fire, dealing Fire damage over time.
  • Freezing Ice Stone: Dealing damage can chill the enemy, dealing Frost damage and slowing them.
  • Gleaming Iron Stone: Standing still for three seconds steels your resolve, increasing armor and auto-attack damage.
  • Harmonic Music Stone: Entering combat increases the tertiary stats of you and four nearby allies.
  • Humming Arcane Stone: Dealing Magic damage can fire Arcane missiles for each kind of magic you’ve used in the past 20 sec.
  • Indomitable Earth Stone: Taking damage can shield yourself in earth, absorbing damage.
  • Necromantic Death Stone: Being near a corpse grants the effects of the Blood, Frost, and Plague Primordial Stones.
  • Obscure Pastel Stone: Spells and abilities can cast a random Primordial Stone effect.
  • Pestilent Plague Stone: Dealing damage can infect the target with a plague that spreads to other enemies.
  • Prodigious Sand Stone: Being near three enemies stirs up a sandstorm, dealing Nature damage to nearby enemies.
  • Prophetic Twilight Stone: Damaging effects from your Primordial Stones trigger your healing effects and vice versa.
  • Raging Magma Stone: Absorbing damage can coat your armor in lava, causing melee attackers to take Fire damage.
  • Searing Smokey Stone: Successfully interrupts exhale smoke, dealing Fire damage to enemies in front of you.
  • Shining Obsidian Stone: Anytime a Primordial Stone activates you shield yourself, absorbing damage.
  • Sparkling Mana Stone: Spent mana seeps into the stone, granting stacking mana regeneration.
  • Storm Infused Stone: Critically striking an enemy can shock them and two nearby enemies, dealing Nature damage.
  • Swirling Mojo Stone: Being near a dying creature saps a portion of their mojo, and eventually crystallizes it.
  • Wild Spirit Stone: When a Nature or healing effect from a Primordial Stone activates, heal up to five allies over time.
  • Wind Sculpted Stone: Moving rallies the wind to your side, granting 370 Speed.

New Account-Wide alt catch-up gear & Furbolgs make their way to the Dragon Isles

Rounding out the 10.0.7 update is new account-wide alt catch-up gear and a brand-new reputation in the Furbolgs.

Account-wide alt catch-up gear

At this moment in time, players don't have many options for catch-up gear in WoW Dragonflight apart from purchasable 359 item level Elemental Overflow gear. And although it can be increased in item level, it's still not enough.

In 10.0.7, players will be able to complete activities and kill rares in the Forbidden Reach for Primalist Tokens that can be exchanged for 385 item level gear.

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There is armor for every slot, from head to trinkets in all armor types, Cloth, Leather, Mail, and Plate.

Furbolgs arrive in the Dragon Isles as a new Reputation

Previously interacted with in the Dragon Isles, the Furbolgs have become fully-fledged reputation players can work with.

Starting at unfriendly, players can work their way up all the way to exalted to earn special rewards such as Drakewatchers Manuscripts, weapons, and more.

Below is a list of all of the rewards that the Winterpelt Furbolgs give and their reputation requirements.

Friendly

  • Big Chunk o’ Meat
  • Frozen Solid Tea
  • Kaldorei Fruitcake

Honored

  • Highland Drake: Sleek Horns
  • Windborne Velocidrake: Exposed Finned Back
  • Cliffside Wylderdrake: Plated Nose
  • Renewed Proto-Drake: Stubby Snout
  • Winterpelt Mending Totem
  • Winter Pelt Cloak

Revered

  • Cliffside Wylderdrake: Spiked Horns
  • Highland Drake: Horned Chin
  • Windborne Velocidrake: Spiked Neck
  • Renewed Proto-Drake: Malevolent Horns
  • Paw-Made Winterpelt Reagent Bag
  • Recipe: Firewater Sorbet
  • Snow Blanket

Exalted

  • Driftling and Primal Stave of Claw and Fur

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