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Icy Veins is proud to unveil our Blackrock Foundry boss guides. Each encounter will have a thorough walkthrough of the boss, its abilities, and how to tackle it on every raid difficulty level. Blackrock Foundry opens on Normal and Heroic difficulties on Tuesday, February 3.

 

Check out the overview or find the particular boss encounter you need information on below:

 

Slagworks

Gruul - the father of the Gronn on Draenor, his hand replaced with a hook in mockery of the Shattered Hand clan.

Oregorger - a massive goren that has burrowed into the foundry's storehouse.

Blast Furnace - an ancient, primal elemental as old as Draenor itself.

 

The Black Forge

Hans'gar & Franzok - brawling brothers who were banished, now warriors of the Iron Horde.

Flamebender Ka'graz - a former forge master of the Burning Blade.

Kromog - a mammoth magnaron that has assisted the Iron Horde in building siege weaponry.

 

Iron Assembly

Beastlord Darmac - a former beast trainer of the Thunderlord clan, Darmac now outfits and trains beasts for the Iron Horde.

Operator Thogar - the operator of Grimrail and an overseer of the Iron Horde's artillery.

The Iron Maidens - Gar'an became admiral of the Iron Horde navy and selected Marak and Sorka as her lieutenants.

 

Blackhand's Crucible

Blackhand - Warlord of the Blackrock Clan.

 

You can learn more about the Blackrock Foundry on the official WoW website, including information on each of the encounters.

 

A complete list of the launch dates for BRF, including each wing of the LFR difficulty, is available here.

 

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