The Ruby Life Pools are Dragonflight’s most famous dungeon, and one World of Warcraft fan managed to get the Keystone Master by completely ignoring it.

According to the majority World of Warcraft Ruby Life Pools fans are the least favorite dungeon Dragonflight so far, and one player even went so far as to avoid entering the instance altogether on his way to the Mythic Keystone Master. Although everyone World of Warcraft expansion had its signature raids and dungeons, starting with Throne of Thunder in Mists of Pandariato Ulduar v Wrath of the Lich King, it was certainly the other way around. Passing through Kings’ Rest in Battle for Azeroth in the inaugural add-on season many would like to forget, and Ruby Life Pools unfortunately has more in common with Kings’ Rest than Mists of Tirna Scithe.


Even after the nerfs, Ruby Life Pools are still considered extremely exhausting compared to the rest of the dungeons Dragonflight. With the second season focusing on the other four specimens yet to make their Keystone debut, World of Warcraft players will be happy to see Ruby Life Pools removed from the list – at least temporarily.

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A player named ProjectN0va took his hatred of Ruby Life Pools to a whole new level and managed to earn Keystone Master Achievement for Dragonflight 1 season without finishing any Ruby Life Pools key. This achievement only became possible after the ranking system was introduced in the first major patch Shadowlandsas before season 2, World of Warcraft Players were expected to complete all eight dungeons at level 15 in time.

Considering this Ruby Life Pools have been known to take three hours complete for a group of very unlucky dungeon crawlers in week 2 Dragonflight In the first season, it’s not surprising that someone was dedicated enough to complete their Master of the Keystone achievement without paying attention to the dungeons. Unfortunately, as pointed out in the comments on ProjectN0va’s thread, Ruby Life Pools fell short in terms of dungeon design compared to the high standards players have come to expect from Blizzard.

Many problems have already been noticed by the community during Dragonflightbeta version and unfortunately they persisted even on live servers. The new list of dungeons in Dragonflight Season 2 could give Blizzard a chance to work on the Ruby Life Pools and restore a better version for Season 3. While such a radical redesign of the dungeon would be unprecedented, the developers have proven that they are willing to go the extra mile to Dragonflightas the last World of Warcraft expansion continues to prove that Blizzard’s flagship game has not lost the trust of its fans.

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