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.
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 () or tanking ( ), and the tanking name "Plate" is illogical since Druids cannot wear Plate armor.