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A Comprehensive Guide to Antorus Relics in Patch 7.3.2

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In our latest guide, we're looking at all relics from Antorus, the Burning Throne.

Introduction

Welcome to our Relic guide for Antorus, the Burning Throne raid. The following article offers a breakdown of all relics that drop inside the new raid and we advise to use it in combination with our class guides and the Netherlight Crucible guide. In addition to this guide, you may also want to check out our Antorus Trinkets guide or the most up-to-date Tier 21 Set bonuses overview.

If you're looking for a relic that improves your best trait for the Netherlight Crucible, this guide should help you with that.

Antorus, the Burning Throne Relics

Five relics of each type drop in Antorus, the Burning Throne.

Difficulty Item Level
LFR 915+
Normal 930+
Heroic 945+
Mythic 960+

Relic Types 

Arcane Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by all Mage specs, Protection Paladins, Beast Mastery Hunters, Balance Druids, Vengeance Demon Hunters.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Fallen Magi's SeerstoneFallen Magi's Seerstone Imonar the Soulhunter
Gravitational CondensateGravitational Condensate F'harg
Miniaturized Cosmic BeaconMiniaturized Cosmic Beacon Argus the Unmaker
Prototype Titan-DiscPrototype Titan-Disc Aggramar
Thu'rayan LashThu'rayan Lash Varimathras

Blood Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by Arms & Protection Warriors, Blood & Unholy Death Knights, Marksmanship & Survival Hunters, Affliction Warlocks, Assassination & Outlaw Rogues, Shadow Priests, Feral & Guardian Druids.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Cruor of the AvengerCruor of the Avenger Argus the Unmaker
Nathrezim IncisorNathrezim Incisor Varimathras
Shivarran CachabonShivarran Cachabon Asara, Mother of Night
Spurting Reaver HeartSpurting Reaver Heart Garothi Worldbreaker
Nathrezim IncisorNathrezim Incisor Varimathras

Fel Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by Havoc & Vengeance Demon Hunters, Subtlety Rogues, Demonology & Destruction Warlocks.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Condensed Blight OrbCondensed Blight Orb Argus the Unmaker
Doomfire DynamoDoomfire Dynamo Garothi Worldbreaker
Obliterator PropellantObliterator Propellant Garothi Demolisher
Sliver of CorruptionSliver of Corruption Aggramar
Twisted Engineer's Fel-InfuserTwisted Engineer's Fel-Infuser Admiral Svirax

Fire Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by Retribution Paladins, Fury & Protection Warriors, Unholy Death Knights, Demonology & Destruction Warlocks, Enhancement Shamans, Fire Mages, Guardian Druids.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Blazing Dreadsteed HorseshoeBlazing Dreadsteed Horseshoe Portal Keeper Hasabel
Flickering Ember of RageFlickering Ember of Rage Argus the Unmaker
Hellfire Ignition SwitchHellfire Ignition Switch Garothi Worldbreaker
Pyretic Bronze ClaspPyretic Bronze Clasp Aggramar
Tormentor's BrandTormentor's Brand Varimathras

Frost Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by Arcane & Frost Mages, Frost Death Knights, Guardian & Restoration Druids, Elemental & Restoration Shamans, Mistweaver Monks.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Frigid GloomstoneFrigid Gloomstone Asara, Mother of Night
Hoarfrost-Beast TalonHoarfrost-Beast Talon Imonar the Soulhunter
Rime of the Spirit RealmRime of the Spirit Realm Argus the Unmaker
Sublimating Portal FrostSublimating Portal Frost Portal Keeper Hasabel
Viscous Reaver-CoolantViscous Reaver-Coolant Garothi Worldbreaker

Holy Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by all Paladin specs, Discipline & Holy Priests.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Coven Prayer BeadCoven Prayer Bead Asara, Mother of Night
Lightshield AmplifierLightshield Amplifier Admiral Svirax
Reorigination SparkReorigination Spark Argus the Unmaker
Spark of Everburning LightSpark of Everburning Light Essence of Eonar
Venerated Puresoul IdolVenerated Puresoul Idol Imonar the Soulhunter

Iron Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by all Warrior specs, Blood Death Knights, Beast Mastery & Survival Hunters, Enhancement Shamans, Assassination & Outlaw Rogues, Protection Paladins, Brewmaster & Windwalker Monks, Vengeance Demon Hunters.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Decimator CrankshaftDecimator Crankshaft Garothi Demolisher
Fasces of the Endless LegionsFasces of the Endless Legions Admiral Svirax
Fel-Engraved HandbellFel-Engraved Handbell Portal Keeper Hasabel
Ironvine ThornIronvine Thorn Essence of Eonar
Mote of the ForgemasterMote of the Forgemaster Argus the Unmaker

Life Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by all Druid specs, Restoration Shamans, Holy Priests, Holy Paladins, Brewmaster & Mistweaver Monks, Marksmanship Hunters.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Eidolon of LifeEidolon of Life Garothi Demolisher
Fraternal FervorFraternal Fervor F'harg
Mysterious Petrified EggMysterious Petrified Egg Imonar the Soulhunter
Root of the LifebinderRoot of the Lifebinder Argus the Unmaker
Sporemound SeedlingSporemound Seedling Aggramar

Shadow Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by Vengeance Demon Hunters, all Death Knight specs, Assassination & Subtlety Rogues, Arms Warriors, Affliction & Demonology Warlocks, Discipline & Shadow Priests.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Corrupting DewclawCorrupting Dewclaw F'harg
Crepuscular Skitterer EggCrepuscular Skitterer Egg Portal Keeper Hasabel
Kin'garoth's Oil-SumpKin'garoth's Oil-Sump Garothi Demolisher
Unwavering Soul EssenceUnwavering Soul Essence Essence of Eonar
Volatile Soul FragmentVolatile Soul Fragment Argus the Unmaker

Storm Relics [Return to Top]

Usable by all Hunter specs, Fury Warriors, Elemental & Enhancement Shamans, Outlaw Rogues, all Monk specs.

Name Improves (Traits) Source
Conch of the ThundererConch of the Thunderer Argus the Unmaker
Droplets of the Cleansing StormDroplets of the Cleansing Storm Essence of Eonar
Neuroshock ElectrodeNeuroshock Electrode Varimathras
Stormcaller's FuryStormcaller's Fury Asara, Mother of Night
Whistling UlnaWhistling Ulna F'harg

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Yeah, and the two best HPala ones are both life (crit healing from HS and Fol/HL healing increase)...which we get 1 slot for. 2 pretty useless holy slots! Seems Hc or Myth ToS holy relics will still be preferred.

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Affli shadow relics also bad.. Nothing from the top 4 traits and we need 2 of them.. :-/

Edit: noticed winnowing is there, so at least something.. 

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10 hours ago, Whisla said:

Wooooow no BIS fel relic for DHs... good thing we dont need 2 of them or anything...

M+ farming here we go!

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12 hours ago, Whisla said:

Wooooow no BIS fel relic for DHs... good thing we dont need 2 of them or anything...

Netherlight crucible rng here we come!

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On 10/27/2017 at 2:49 PM, RegiusAquila said:

Netherlight crucible rng here we come!

Nothing quite like having to pray for multiple levels of RNG!

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