WotLK Classic: Complete Steps To Get The Mimiron’s Head Mount
Among the eccentric mounts in World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Classic, Mimiron’s Head has been a hit with players since its release.
There are two main reasons why Mimiron’s Head stands out among the many mounts. First of all it has a peculiar appearance. Although it looks like a flying helicopter, it has the face of a gnome. Secondly, as the largest mechanical gnome head in Azeroth, its speed is also very amazing. Compared with other flying mounts, which can only increase the flight speed by 280%, this mount can exceed the upper limit and can increase the flight speed by 310%.
However, it is not easy for players to obtain Mimiron’s Head in Wrath of the Lich King Classic. Since this mount is one of the hardcore raiders rewards, players can only get Mimiron’s Head by overcoming the many challenges in Ulduar. Of course, if you have enough WOTLK Classic Gold, you can choose to buy it directly from the Black Market Auction House for 20,000 gold. If you want to use this simple method but don’t have enough WoW Gold WotLK, turn to follow IGGM.com, this site can solve your all problems quickly and easily.
How To Obtain Mimiron’s Head?
First, you have to be clear. Mimiron’s Head isn’t so named because it was dropped from the Mimiron. Actually, it’s a very rare drop(roughly a 1% drop rate) from Ulduar’s final boss called Yogg-Saron. But defeating Yogg-Saron isn’t enough. To get Yogg-Saron to drop his mount, you also need to do the following before engaging the boss.
The requirements for obtaining this mount are the same as the prerequisites for unlocking the “Alone in the Darkness” achievement. T So, how to unlock this achievement? You first need to join a team of 25 players early. Second, you and your teammates have to work together to defeat Yogg-Saron in no time without the help of the four Keepers (Hodir, Thorim, Freya, and Mimiron) around Yogg-Saron.
Note: This process may sound very easy, but when it comes to actual combat, it is still very important to teamwork. Therefore, we still have to take this raid mission seriously.
As long as you defeat Yogg-Saron in the situations described above, you will definitely get Mimiron’s Head. But in fact, achievements and mounts are counted towards in a 25-player raid, which means players will face tougher challenges. In other words, whatever the raid, the 25-man Ulduar is definitely going to be more difficult than the 10-man version.
Avid collectors of mounts may already know that the Alone in the Darkness has been counted towards the Glory of the Ulduar Raider (25-player) meta achievement. As long as you have unlocked the Alone in the Darkness achievement, you will automatically get the Ironbound Proto-Drake mount.
For players who haven’t been involved in Ulduar-related raids, it’s easy to screw up the Alone in the Darkness achievement by not meeting the conditions. Therefore, these players have to fight the Keepers. Fortunately, if you can beat the odds, you might get rich loot, such as various rare materials, weapons, props or WOTLK Gold.
But since they’re just Yogg-Saron’s puppets, even if you defeat these bosses, they won’t die and will offer to help you kill the Old God.
All you need to do at this point is avoid talking to any of the Keepers you come across on your way to find Yogg-Saron. Although they will offer you boons, your team will also be disqualified from the Alone in the Darkness achievement. At the same time, since there is no interference from the Keepers, Yogg-Saron will also gain the following buffs:
- 40% extra damage
- 20% extra HP
- 20% additional healing
- 20% speed increase
- 20% damage reduction
Of course, your team will also miss out on a lot of the very powerful abilities from Keepers.
- Hodir’s Protective Gaze. This ability prevents the death of a player who takes mortal damage.
- Destabilization Matrix. This ability reduces the enemy’s attack speed by 100% and casting speed by 300% for 30 seconds.
- Titanic Storm. This ability is resistant to AoE attacks from weaker immortal creatures.
- Sanity Well. This ability restores 20% of your Sanity every second and reduces enemy damage by 50%.
So I think players can try to fight Yogg-Saron a few times first with the help of the Keepers. This allows you to experience different game mechanics. If you want to fight the boss without the help of any Keepers, you can choose to remove the Keepers one by one when combat becomes second nature. In general, to unlock Alone in the Darkness, you and your team must prepare everything in advance.