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Dreadmist Raiment is the first Dungeon set for Warlocks.


Item Bind Dropped by Found in
[Dreadmist Belt] BoE Trash mobs Scholomance, Stratholme
[Dreadmist Bracers] BoE Trash mobs Blackrock Spire
[Dreadmist Leggings] BoP Baron Rivendare Stratholme
[Dreadmist Mantle] BoP Jandice Barov Scholomance
[Dreadmist Mask] BoP Darkmaster Gandling Scholomance
[Dreadmist Robe] BoP General Drakkisath Upper Blackrock Spire
[Dreadmist Sandals] BoP Baroness Anastari Stratholme
[Dreadmist Wraps] BoE Trash mobs Scholomance


Gnome female wearing Dreadmist Raiment


Dreadmist Raiment
Inv belt 12.png
Inv bracer 13.png
Inv pants 08.png
Inv misc bone taurenskull 01.png
Inv helmet 29.png
Inv chest cloth 49.png
Inv boots 05.png
Inv gauntlets 32.png


Dreadmist Raiment is heavy on Spirit (an attribute that is generally only useful in increasing the amount Life Tap converts and, at a point much later than this set is usually deemed useful, as a component of Fel Armor) and very light on +damage. For these two reasons, many Warlocks believe that Dreadmist Raiment is a weak set and that considerably better sets can be assembled from random drops in the same instances. If the Warlock has Tailoring as a main skill he/she can craft items that some people believe are better than Dreadmist Raiment Pieces.

However, the Dreadmist Raiment set is required to upgrade it to the Deathmist Raiment (the second Dungeon set) by completing a series of quests.

Many Warlocks will collect the parts of the Dreadmist Raiment set purely to be able to get the Deathmist Raiment set thereafter.

See also: Set look alikes

Patch changes

  • World of Warcraft Patch 1.6.0 (12-Jul-2005): The 8 piece set bonus for Dreadmist will now appropriately affect shadow spells.
  • World of Warcraft Patch 1.5.0 (2005-06-07): The Dreadmist set now has a bonus for wearing all 8 pieces of the set.

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