Tier 7 is a type of item set. Each set consists of 5 pieces. Separate 10-man and 25-man versions of each set exist, sometimes referred to by players as "tier 7.10" and "tier 7.25" (or "tier 7.5") respectively. 10-man sets are all prefixed with "Heroes'", and 25-man sets are all prefixed with "Valorous". Items from both sub-sets count towards the same set bonuses.

The Heroes rank of tier 7 are item level 200. The Valorous rank are item level 213.


Class 10-Player 25-Player
DeathKnight Death Knight Heroes' Scourgeborne Battlegear (Damage)
Heroes' Scourgeborne Plate (Tank)
Valorous Scourgeborne Battlegear (Damage)
Valorous Scourgeborne Plate (Tank)
Druid Druid Heroes' Dreamwalker Garb (Balance)
Heroes' Dreamwalker Battlegear (Feral Combat)
Heroes' Dreamwalker Regalia (Restoration)
Valorous Dreamwalker Garb (Balance)
Valorous Dreamwalker Battlegear (Feral Combat)
Valorous Dreamwalker Regalia (Restoration)
Hunter Hunter Heroes' Cryptstalker Battlegear Valorous Cryptstalker Battlegear
Mage Mage Heroes' Frostfire Garb Valorous Frostfire Garb
Paladin Paladin Heroes' Redemption Regalia (Holy)
Heroes' Redemption Plate (Protection)
Heroes' Redemption Battlegear (Retribution)
Valorous Redemption Regalia (Holy)
Valorous Redemption Plate (Protection)
Valorous Redemption Battlegear (Retribution)
Priest Priest Heroes' Regalia of Faith (Healer)
Heroes' Garb of Faith (Damage)
Valorous Regalia of Faith (Healer)
Valorous Garb of Faith (Damage)
Rogue Rogue Heroes' Bonescythe Battlegear Valorous Bonescythe Battlegear
Shaman Shaman Heroes' Earthshatter Garb (Elemental)
Heroes' Earthshatter Battlegear (Enhancement)
Heroes' Earthshatter Regalia (Restoration)
Valorous Earthshatter Garb (Elemental)
Valorous Earthshatter Battlegear (Enhancement)
Valorous Earthshatter Regalia (Restoration)
Warlock Warlock Heroes' Plagueheart Garb Valorous Plagueheart Garb
Warrior Warrior Heroes' Dreadnaught Battlegear (Damage)
Heroes' Dreadnaught Plate (Tank)
Valorous Dreadnaught Battlegear (Damage)
Valorous Dreadnaught Plate (Tank)


The items that form these sets are purchased with tokens which drop from various bosses in Naxxramas and the Obsidian Sanctum. For details, refer to the set page.

Four out of five tokens drop from bosses in Naxxramas:

  • The token for the shoulderpiece of each set drops from Loatheb,
  • the token for the pants of each set drops from Thaddius,
  • the token for the chest piece of each set drops from The Four Horsemen,
  • the token for the headpiece of each set drops from Kel'Thuzad.
  • Additionally, a token for shoulder, pants or chest may drop from Gluth.

One out of five tokens drop from the boss in the Obsidian Sanctum:

  • The token for the gloves of each set drops from Sartharion.

The following classes share tokens:

  • Paladin, Priest and Warlock share tokens of the Lost Conqueror,
  • Warrior, Hunter and Shaman share tokens of the Lost Protector and
  • Rogue, Death Knight, Mage and Druid share tokens of the Lost Vanquisher.

In addition, the 10-man gloves and chest tokens can be purchased for Emblems of Heroism and the 25-man legs and shoulders tokens can be purchased for Emblems of Valor. Also, Archavon the Stone Watcher sometimes drops tier 7 gloves or leggings.



  • With the removal of the 40-man version of Naxxramas in World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King, the ability to obtain Tier 3 items was removed from the game, as Naxxramas moved to Northrend to become an entry level raid dungeon with 10- and 25-man versions. As a result, with the exception of the death knight set, the two versions of Tier 7 are based on Tier 3, both in terms of visual design and name.
  • In this new tier naming system, "Garb" is a caster set, "Regalia" is a healing set, "Battlegear" is a physical damage set, and "Plate" is a tanking set. The Feral Druid set is called "Battlegear" because it can be used for melee ( [Cat Form]) or tanking ( [Bear Form]), and the tanking name "Plate" is illogical since Druids cannot wear Plate armor.