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'''Mythic plus''' (often referred to as "Mythic+") is a new 5-man (dungeon) [[instance]] mode that adds increasing difficulty level from the initial [[Mythic mode#In_Legion|Mythic]] run based on the activation of a {{loot|epic|Mythic Keystone}} from the previous level of difficulty. It is similar to an endlessly increasing [[Challenge Mode]].
 
'''Mythic plus''' (often referred to as "Mythic+") is a new 5-man (dungeon) [[instance]] mode that adds increasing difficulty level from the initial [[Mythic mode#In_Legion|Mythic]] run based on the activation of a {{loot|epic|Mythic Keystone}} from the previous level of difficulty. It is similar to an endlessly increasing [[Challenge Mode]].
 
As of {{Legion-inline}} Legion assuming you are at level cap, you can use [[Group Finder]] and set a dungeon to starting Mythic plus mode to acquire the first {{loot|epic|Mythic Keystone}}.{{fact}} You can solo a Mythic plus dungeon, but you may need at least a 2-person group to start it.{{fact}}
 
   
 
All {{Legion-inline}} Legion dungeons can be run in this mode except the new {{l-inline}} [[Violet Hold]].
 
All {{Legion-inline}} Legion dungeons can be run in this mode except the new {{l-inline}} [[Violet Hold]].
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