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Can you Solo BFA Raids in WoW Dragonflight? – Answered

My friends are not my power

Some WoW Raids are incredibly difficult, while others are pretty much a breeze anyone can do solo. So, with that being said, can you solo BFA raids in WoW Dragonflight?

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Is it Possible to Solo BfA Raids in Dragonflight?

With two full expansions of skills and equipment ahead, most of the Normal difficulty raids in BfA Raids are easy to burst through. But despite these advantages, some raids cannot be soloed yet by Dragonflight players. Certain specific encounters (especially in Uldir) can give you a hard time when trying to be a lone wolf in those large-scale conflicts.


Make sure to check out raiding guilds specifically made for raids if you get stuck. You’ll often be able to find guild members looking for the same raid as you.

Some mechanics were designed with a complete party in mind, so they end up being quite unforgiving when attempting the fight alone and might just kill you instantly. If you don’t have enough DPS to skip them, you’re bound to face a merciless death. You can bring a friend or two to remedy it, but sometimes it might not be enough to get past those tight DPS checks, especially when attempting the Heroic or Mythic difficulties.

Mythic, in particular, is the most unforgiving of them all, and unless the dev team decides to nerf these older raids to make them soloable, you’ll probably have to wait a little bit longer (or even maybe a whole new expansion) before conquering those back-to-back boss fights all by yourself.

All Battle for Azeroth Raids

Here’s a list of every Battle for Azeroth raid currently available in Dragonflight.

  • Ny’alotha, the Waking City (level 50)
  • Battle of Dazar’alor (level 50)
  • Uldir (level 50)
  • The Eternal Palace (level 50)
  • Crucible of Storms (level 50)
  • Darkest Depths (level 50)
  • Siege of Orgrimmar (level 35)
  • Mogu’shan Vaults (level 35)
  • Caverns of Time (level 30)

But as for Normal mode, it’s doable except for a few hiccups here and there, but bringing an equally equipped friend should be more than enough to deal with them. The Fury Incarnate patch is just around the corner, so things might get a bit easier when it drops. 

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Patrick Souza
Patrick has been working for Prima since 2022 and joined as a Staff Writer in 2023. He's been interested in gaming journalism since college, and that was the path he took once he had his degree in hands. Diligently ignores his ever-growing backlog to keep raiding in Final Fantasy XIV, exploring in Genshin Impact or replaying some of his favorite RPGs from time to time. Loves tackling hard challenges in games, but his cats are still the hardest bosses he could ask for.