Dragonflight Patch 10.1: World of Warcraft Unveils Potential Zone Name

World of Warcraft Dragonflight Patch 10.1

World of Warcraft gamers has recently found out the name of the next area in the upcoming Dragonflight Patch 10.1. This information, obtained from the World of Warcraft Public Test Realm, is consistent with the other indications that have been gathered and could be a major tip as to what is in store for players. Caution: Dragonflight Patch 10.0.7 spoilers are below.

Testing for World of Warcraft’s Patch 10.0.7, the first Dragonflight update containing story content since the Vault of the Incarnates raid, is now available in the PTR. Every subsequent build has unveiled more of the content players can expect when the patch drops this spring.

In the latest version of Dragonflight on the PTR, there are ancient letters between Deathwing – formerly known as Neltharion – and Adamanthia, a draconic researcher and keeper involved with the confinement of the Dracthyr. Adamanthia tried and failed to get the Dracthyr to obey her through experimentation, then she tried to persuade Neltharion to gain their loyalty through more traditional methods. Neltharion did not agree and Adamanthia’s body was encased in crystal. The Dracthyr she had enticed were sent to a realm called Aberrus.

Adamanthia’s description of Aberrus suggested it is not a desirable destination, and that the Dracthyr sent there were likely doomed to an “esoteric experiment.” Considering the black dragonflight’s ties to the earth, and the clues that Dragonflight Patch 10.1 will take place in an underground area, Aberrus could be the name of the forthcoming zone. It is also possible that Aberrus is the moniker for a prison or research center that may be featured in the form of a dungeon or raid in the 10.1 patch. Ultimately, gamers will discover the true nature of Aberrus when Patch 10.1 is released in the late spring or beginning of summer.

It is possible that Adamanthia could have a significant role in Dragonflight. This uncorrupted dragon has been inactive for a long period, and many players are speculating about a way to revive her. The name Adamanthia has connections to the Greek nymph, Adamanthea, who supported Zeus in evading his father, implying that Adamanthia could become a powerful figure for both the Dracthyr and the new black Dragonflight featured in World of Warcraft.

In the next few months, World of Warcraft fans won’t have to wait too long to learn about the roles of Adamanthia and Aberrus. Patch 10.0.7 is expected to be released then, and shortly after, the title for Dragonflight Patch 10.1 should be unveiled, as recently leaked.

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