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Patch 7.3: Antorus the Burning Throne Zone Preview

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The first three bosses are now available for testing and we made a lot of screenshots for our zone preview of the new areas inside Antorus the Burning Throne raid.

For Antorus lore, check out our Pantheon thread about the involvement of Titans in the raid.

Area leading to the first boss Garothi Worldbreaker

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Area Leading to the 2nd Boss - Hounds of Sargeras

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Admiral Svirax Area (3rd Boss Area)

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LFR Wing 2 (Portal Keeper Hasabel Area)

This zone has the Eonar zone portal to the left where Magni's fighting demons.

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Refuge of Life - Eonar the Lifebinder Fight Area

The 9th screenshot seems to be the trapped Essence of Eonar.

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Im excited for this raid.  We're ending a frickin world soul.  I dont know how they can overcome this with nagas on an island. 

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On 31/07/2017 at 9:04 AM, PatrickHenry said:

Im excited for this raid.  We're ending a frickin world soul.  I dont know how they can overcome this with nagas on an island. 

All depends on who the nagas are fighting with!

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