The Final Bosses Won’t Be Tested by Blizzard: What Does It Mean for Players?

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Blizzard is giving full access to raid encounters to competitive raiding guilds. They do it before a patch goes live, and there’s a limited testing period, which is enough to see the basics of the fights. It’s the perfect time to make strategies and plans before the official release.

But it seems that there is one thing they do not test – the final bosses of The Sepulcher of the First Ones. Of course, we know they do not want to hide them from players, but we think they do want to keep the two storylines from being told in the raid.

The Sepulcher raid has a unique release schedule, and Anduin will be the 8th boss. The final three bosses won’t be open until the following week, when they will come with 11/11 mythic. The team is still waiting to see how everything might turn out, and we are waiting to see if they can release the bosses with no bugs – even if they do not test them before.

And we still do not know what these final bosses are. Anduin is known to be difficult, and he story doesn’t say otherwise. And then there’s another option, with the final fight taking place with Jailer, but it’s not tested.

If you don’t know what we’re talking about, the Sepulcher of the First Ones is the final raid of the Shadowlands expansion, that’s located in Zereth Mortis. It is an ancient place, and it has many of the secrets of the First Ones, and the Jailer is looking to rewrite the rules of the universe. It’s quite interesting for players, and it has caught our attention since day one.


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