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In Legion, you can use a mythic keystone to increase the difficulty of mythic dungeons to get better loot. How can I get a keystone to enable this difficulty? I've heard the last boss of a mythic dungeon drops one but I haven't found any official sources that confirm this.

  • I can't access the information currently [because I'm at work] BUT I believe the answer is in this thread on Battle.net forums - link – Mumford451 Sep 1 '16 at 13:34
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You set a dungeon on Mythic difficulty and enter the dungeon through the dungeon entrance (not Dungeon Finder). Meaning, you need to gather a premade party of 5 yourself or join a party. Best way to find or create one is via the Group Finder in game and click on Premade Groups/Dungeons.

When entering the Mythic Dungeon, you will see a Challenger’s Pedestal. This pole regulates the Mythic plus. If you leave it alone it will be a regular Mythic run. Think of Mythic plus as an upgraded version of Challenge mode.

Completing a Regular Mythic dungeon will reward you with a key. This key will let you do the same Mythic dungeon on level 2 difficulty (1+). Only the same dungeon, no other one.

When completing the mythic 1+ (2nd difficulty) in a certain time, your keystone will upgrade to next level, which is level 3 (+2) and so on and so forth. Each dungeon has its own time point to be able to upgrade your keystone.

When completing a mythic difficulty in time, you will get a loot scaled for the level you completed on (see below). If you failed the timer, you will not get any loot, also your keystone will be depleted.

http://www.worldofmoudi.com/legion-mythic-plus-guide for more info

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    This answer is correct, with one caveat that Mythic plus was not available until Tuesday September 13 so no keystones would have dropped before this date. – JustinM - Reinstate Monica Sep 14 '16 at 19:16
  • actually the correct date is September 20. – fcm Sep 19 '16 at 14:27
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    Also keystones will drop for random dungeons, not the one you just completed – PixelWight Oct 6 '16 at 4:11

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