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World Bosses in Battle for Azeroth

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Battle for Azeroth is just a few days away and it's time to look at the new world bosses!

Similar to Legion, we'll have one boss up per week, but if your faction controls Arathi Highlands, there will be an additional Azerite War Machine boss available on top of the regular world boss.

Warfont Bosses

Warfront bosses drop loot of item level 370+ (in line with Heroic Uldir loot).

Doom's Howl (A)

Doom's Howl was created from stolen Alliance engineering plans. Used to transport hordes of troops into the worst combat conditions, this gigantic vehicle can also transform into a powerful siege platform capable of decimating enemy fortifications.

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Overview

Doom's Howl is a mobile war vehicle that switches in and out of a siege mode. While sieged the Demolisher CannonDemolisher Cannon must be avoided while dealing with the War Machine's soldiers.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

Healers

  • Stay spread so less allies are affected by splash damage dealt from Mortar ShotMortar Shot.

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

  • Interrupt Battle Field RepairBattle Field Repair to stop the Doom's Howl from being healed.
  • Tank Doom's Howl Shieldbearer away from Doom's Howl Engineer, to allow them to be interupted.

Loot Table

The Lion's Roar (H)

The Lion's Roar is the pinnacle of Alliance engineering. Built to dominate the battlefield, this asset can carry legions of troops and decimate enemy fortifications. When deployed onto the field, there is nothing that can stop this behemoth's charge to victory.

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Overview

The Lion's Roar is a mobile war vehicle that switches in and out of a siege mode. While sieged the Demolisher CannonDemolisher Cannon must be avoided while dealing with the War Machine's soldiers.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

  • Stay spread so less allies are affected by splash damage dealt from Mortar ShotMortar Shot.

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

  • Interrupt Battle Field RepairBattle Field Repair to stop the Lion's Roar from being healed.
  • Tank Lion's Shield Bearer away from Lion's Engineer, to allow them to be interupted.

Loot Table

World Bosses

Battle for Azeroth world bosses drop loot of item level 355+.

Azurethos, The Winged Typhoon

Azurethos, the terror of the Kul'tiran seas, marshalls the power of wind to force enemies out of its roost, cause waterspouts, and capsize ships. He has earned his reputation as one of the deadliest beasts in Kul Tiras.

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Overview

Azurethos attacks the party with the power of wind in an attempt to force them out of its roost.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

  • Move away from the boss when he begins casting Azurethos' FuryAzurethos' Fury to make dodging tornados easier.
  • Azurethos will move to a random player when casting Gale ForceGale Force - be sure you are not standing in front of him when it goes off, or you risk being knocked off of the mountain!

nACJhxi.png Healers

  • Move away from the boss when he begins casting Azurethos' FuryAzurethos' Fury to make dodging tornados easier.
  • Azurethos will move to a random player when casting Gale ForceGale Force - be sure you are not standing in front of him when it goes off, or you risk being knocked off of the mountain!

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

  • Avoid Wing BuffetWing Buffet - and if you are hit by it, quickly re-establish threat.
  • Move away from the boss when he begins casting Azurethos' FuryAzurethos' Fury to make dodging tornados easier.
  • Azurethos will move to a random player when casting Gale ForceGale Force - be sure you are not standing in front of him when it goes off, or you risk being knocked off of the mountain!

Loot Table

Dunegorger Kraulok

Revered by all trolls but the Zandalari especially, the bones of the giant reptiles of Zandalar are dot the landscape. But as dark energies stir beneath the sands, sometimes that which was meant to remain dead, does not. Kraulok walks the sands once again, blinded by rage and the endless agony of his dying moments. Woe to those who find themselves in the beast's path.

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Overview

Dunegorger Kraulok goes through periods of rapidly alternating casts of Sonic BellowSonic Bellow and Earth SpikeEarth Spike.  Avoid these attacks and press on to victory.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Loot Table

Hailstone Construct

Built by the original inhabitants of Drustvar, the Hailstone Construct was built to defend these lands from any invaders. However, years of dormancy have left it addled, and it now sees all residents as threats, vowing to destroy them all.

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Overview

The Hailstone Construct uses a variety of attacks to chill its enemies, from inflicting Frost damage in its melee swings to massive AOE attacks that both slow and freeze anyone hit.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Loot Table

Ji'arak

This mighty pterrordax has a roost high up in the mountains of Zuldazar, where the air is too thin for most lungs to draw breath, and life struggles to take hold. Occasionally she descends upon the swamps below in search of heartier meals to bring back to her brood.

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Overview

Ji'arak uses her massive wings to assault her foes with wind, drawing enemies in and pushing them away.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

  • Hurricane CrashHurricane Crash inflicts lethal damage to all targets caught in the center.
  • ClutchClutch can be interrupted by crowd control effects.

nACJhxi.png Healers

  • Hurricane CrashHurricane Crash inflicts lethal damage to all targets caught in the center.
  • Storm WingStorm Wing inflicts significant damage to all party members.

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Loot Table

T'zane

Animated by the powerful voodoo of the nearby Necropolis, T'zane stalks the swamps of Nazmir in search of more souls to consume.

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Overview

Over the course of the encounter, T'zane will unleash the tormented sprits trapped within him to create avoidable effects.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Loot Table

Warbringer Yenajz

Dark whispers shroud Stormsong Valley, as rumors of eldritch creatures spread throughout the countryside and families mark their doors with runes from the local scribes. Often dismissed as exaggeration, sometimes housewives' tales fall far short of the true horrors that lurk in the realm beyond our sight.

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Overview

Warbringer Yenajz periodically calls down Reality TearReality Tear and draws players in to the center of Endless AbyssEndless Abyss.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Loot Table

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5 hours ago, Stan said:

but if you're faction controls Arathi Highlands,

Should be "your".

 

I really like the compilation you made here, with both loot tables and abilities!

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1 hour ago, quelyn said:

So The Lion's Roar  doesn't drop a dps int trinket like the alliance version does? 

yeah, seems like that is the case.

*faction war intensifies*

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1 hour ago, Lawrenz said:

yeah, seems like that is the case.

*faction war intensifies*

Thiefing gnomes stole it and sold on the Black Market AH. Dirty little things.

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7 hours ago, quelyn said:

So The Lion's Roar  doesn't drop a dps int trinket like the alliance version does? 

Thanks for bringing this up! Doom's HatredDoom's Hatred has been found in the Twisting Nether 😄.

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