Revival Catalyst located in Tyrhold subzone.
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How to get Revival Catalyst charges in WoW Dragonflight

Here's how to get the Catalyst charges.

The Revival Catalyst is one of the most useful tools in World of Warcraft Dragonflight. The Catalyst allows you to change any slot-appropriate piece of gear into a tier-set piece, so long as you have a charge for the Catalyst available on the character you want to use it on. 

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Prior to season three, players had to complete the quest Catalyst’s Boon. However, after Patch 10.2, this is no longer required and there is a different method for obtaining Revival Catalyst charges. Here’s what you need to do.

How to get Revival Catalyst charges in WoW

There are no requirements needed to get a Revival Catalyst charge anymore. In season one, players had to complete a long quest chain to earn a Revival Charge. In season two, players only had to complete one quest and the charges would automatically get added once every week.

Now, in season three, no quests need to be completed anymore. As noted by WoWhead, the Catalyst’s Boon quest cannot be obtained or completed anymore. Players simply get charges automatically, but now it’s one charge every second week instead of every week.

When will you get more Revival Catalyst charges?

  • First charge: Nov. 7
  • Second charge: Nov. 21
  • Third charge: Dec. 5
  • Fourth charge: Dec. 19
  • Fifth charge: Jan. 2
  • Sixth charge: Jan. 16

One Catalyst charge per account or one per character?

Revival Catalyst charges in Dragonflight season three are called Renascent Dream and you’ll earn one automatically every week. I have more good news for you, especially if you have more than one alt—you can earn a charge for your alt characters too and they are account-wide. However, you can’t have more than six charges per account.

If you have a small army of alts that all need to catch up on their tier-set progress, the Catalyst gives them the opportunity to complete their four-set. 

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