World of Warcraft Dragonflight’s new 10.1.5 patch contains a multitude of new content, from a new Mega Dungeon to playing babysitter for baby whelps. One of the bigger additions is the new Time Rift world event – a free-for-all activity with plentiful rewards for both gearing up and looking your best.
But there’s also a weekly quest associated with the event: When Time Needs Mending, granted by Soridormi who is located near the event proper. This is an account-wide weekly quest, meaning you can only do it once per week, not once per character. Taking one look at the potential rewards explains why.
How to Get Greater Encapsulated Destiny in WoW Dragonflight
When Time Needs Mending drops a reward cache called Contained Paracausality. This cache can contain Paracausal Flakes, gold, Shadowflame crests, gear trade-in tokens, or, most importantly, Encapsulated Destiny or Greater Encapsulated Destiny.
How Does Encapsulated Destiny Work?
The run-of-the-mill Encapsulated Destiny guarantees a reward from the next Time Rift you complete, which corresponds to the invading timeline (for example, if it’s the Lich King, you’ll get a reward from the Wrath of the Lich King vendor’s loot table).
Greater Encapsulated Destiny works a little differently – it guarantees an unobtained mount or pet from the expansion that corresponds to the completed Time Rift. This is an unbelievable gamble – it could reward Invincible, the Lich King’s much-coveted and ultra-rare mount drop, or even the no longer obtainable Wrathful Gladiator’s Frost Wyrm.
Needless to say, if you manage to get a very-rare Greater Encapsulated Destiny, your reward could be immense. It could also suck, like an easily-obtainable pet you just haven’t happened to collect. So if you do find yourself with one in your inventory, pray to lady luck before you click.
If you’d like to see what other content released with 10.1.5, check out our guide!