Where Minecraft meets World of Warcraft, you can bet Eternal Dawn are to be found.
Crafty Creations: “Eternal Dawn” Recreate Another Iconic WoW Dungeon
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm may not be every fan's favorite, but there's no doubt that the End Time dungeon is one of the franchise's most memorable. It depicts an apocalyptic future in which the defenders of Azeroth failed to stop Deathwing, whose lava-oozing corpse is impaled atop Wyrmrest Temple, acting as a grim but incredibly epic centerpiece.
It is a striking image, and a particularly tall order for any Minecraft artisan to recreate. But tall orders, no matter how grandiose, are the specialty of Eternal Dawn. This band of builders' creations span years, and they have made it their mission to impart their wisdom unto others via in-depth YouTube tutorials.
However, for those that would rather skip the legwork and get straight to exploring one of WoW's most iconic dungeons, the End Time build (among eight others) can be downloaded for free via Eternal Dawn's Planet Minecraft page. Doing so will allow players to venture inside and out of the tower, and bear witness to the colossal corpse of Deathwing as lava falls from his many wounds.
It's certainly not the most pleasant of images to see in the typically lighthearted Minecraft, but we think it's well worth exploring if you're a Minecraft-playing WoW fan. In fact, we'd also suggest checking out Eternal Dawn's other WoW tribute in the form of the Tomb of Sargeras, which the group created over two years ago.
A Bonus Discovery
If the sight of Deathwing's limp and lifeless body impaled atop a spire has you searching for some eye bleach, luckily one WoW player has recently found a particularly picturesque corner of the Dragon Isles for you to check out. And it looks suspiciously familiar.
A Reddit user by the name of Thoscellan decided to draw everybody's attention to a pretty familiar (emphasis on the "pretty") scene that they discovered on their travels through WoW's latest expansion. The screenshot is particularly reminiscent of the seminal 'Bliss' wallpaper found on Windows XP. And u/Thoscellan was even kind enough to drop a link to where it can be found, should you wish to soak in the sights for yourself.