Forgelite Prime Mikanikos: Kyrian Covenant Soulbind in Shadowlands - Abilities, Tree Unlocks
Upon choosing a Covenant to pledge to at max level, players will open up the Soulbinds system which allows them to Soulbind to one of three named NPCs. Soulbinding with one of these NPCs borrows a bit of their power, but rather than acting as your bodyguard, it unlocks a tree of progression similar to Legion artifacts, granting several small bonuses. These bonuses vary between combat, utility, and defensive abilities, as well as abilities that enhance Covenant Abilities.
The Soulbind tree also allows for customization through the use of Conduits, items that can be added to enhance Class or Spec abilities. Each Soulbind tree has 8 rows that can be unlocked by gaining Renown with your chosen Covenant.
This is an overview of
Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, a Kyrian Soulbind
, including all
, and what
they are unlocked at.
To find out more about the Kyrian Covenant, the Soulbinds System, Conduits, and Covenant Renown, check out our guides:
Soulbinds System Soulbinds Conduits Covenant Renown
Unlocking Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, Kyrian Covenant Soulbind
: Complete the Kyrian Covenant Campaign
Forgelite Prime Mikanikos is the third Soulbind that you will acquire if you choose to join the Kyrian Covenant. This Soulbind is unlocked when you complete the Kyrian Covenant Campaign. You will have already unlocked your first Soulbind through joining the Covenant, and your second Soulbind through questing.
For reference, this table shows all of the Soulbinds and their unlock orders:
First Soulbind Unlocked
Second Soulbind Unlocked
Third Soulbind Unlocked
Plague Deviser Marileth
When you unlock a Soulbind, regardless of whether or not you have selected them as your active Soulbind, you will also have them in the capacity of Adventurer, an asset for use in the Covenant Adventures System. For more information about Covenant Adventures, check out our guide:
Soulbind Traits for Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, Kyrian Covenant Soulbind
Forgelite Prime Mikanikos offers unique traits as well as Conduit slots to help you out on your adventures in the Shadowlands.
After using 90 damaging or healing spells and abilities, your next spell or ability summons Bron, who knocks enemies back on arrival and then attacks and heals your targets for 30 sec.
Conduit or an
When reduced below 35% health, your Phial of Serenity automatically heals you and consumes a charge.
Phial of Serenity also knocks nearby enemies away from you.
Casting or receiving healing has a chance to improve the remaining durability on your armor.
Conduit, or a
Unlocked at Renown 29
After 5 sec standing still, incoming stun and incapacitate durations are reduced by 30%. Lasts for 5 sec once you start moving.
Unlocked at Renown 31
Damaging a new enemy grants you 3% Haste for 10 sec, up to 5 stacks.
Soulbind Tree for Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, Kyrian Covenant Soulbind
The Soulbind tree is designed so that you can't pick just any traits or conduit slots. It is carefully routed to somewhat limit your choices depending on the path that you choose. The following embedded Soulbind Calculator shows the layout for Mikanikos' Soulbind Tree and the routes available. Hover over the traits for details on each.
Unlocking Traits for Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, Kyrian Covenant Soulbind
Renown is earned through completing content at the bequest of your Covenant. As you earn Renown, you also earn rewards, including unlocking your Soulbind Rows. The table below shows how much renown is required to unlock each row and what bonus that row will give you.
Soulbind Calculator for Forgelite Prime Mikanikos, Kyrian Covenant Soulbind
Wowhead's Soulbind Calculator allows you to experiment with Soullbind builds and figure out just how you want to build yours.
Forgelite Prime Mikanikos
in the Soulbind Calculator
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Best Soulbinds and Covenant Ability Usage for the Kyrian Covenant
Want to learn how good Mikanikos is for each class and the best soulbind paths to choose? We have created Kyrian Covenant guides for all classes! You can check all the guides clicking on the links below.
Blood DKFrost DKUnholy DK
Havoc DHVengeance DH
Guardian DruidFeral DruidBalance DruidRestoration Druid
Beast Mastery HunterMarksmanship HunterSurvival Hunter
Arcane MageFire MageFrost Mage
Brewmaster MonkMistweaver MonkWindwalker Monk
Holy PaladinProtection PaladinRetribution Paladin
Discipline PriestHoly PriestShadow Priest
Assassination RogueOutlaw RogueSubtlety Rogue
Elemental ShamanEnhancement ShamanRestoration Shaman
Affliction WarlockDemonology WarlockDestruction Warlock
Arms WarriorFury WarriorProtection Warrior
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I chose this over Pelagos because: 1. the passive gold "earned" (less repair costs) through the durability thing is a general passive buff versus the Enchanting/Tailoring-specific buff of Pelagos'; 2. the automatic heal from Phial below 35% is so convenient and I don't monitor my CDs closely enough to benefit from the reduced Phial CD from Pelagos; 3. I'm not too worried about losing the damage mitigation from Let Go Of The Past and I don't like running through the blue orbs from Combat Meditation to get more benefit from that; albeit I'm not that impressed by Mikanikos' first and last tiers.
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