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New Patch 8.3 World Bosses: Grand Empress Shek'zara, Tashara, Vuk'laz the Earthbreaker

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Three new bosses will be added to the game in Patch 8.3 following the awakening of N'Zoth. All drop item level 445 loot and they will become available with Mythic Season 4 and opening of the new raid.

Check out our Visions of N'Zoth Hub to learn more about Patch 8.3!

Grand Empress Shek'zara

With the awakening of N'Zoth, Shek'zara, empress of the mantid, pledged her swarm to the old god's will. In service of her dark master, she unleashed her forces upon the Vale of Eternal blossoms to claim Pandaria in N'Zoth's name.

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Overview

Grand Empress Shek'zara uses her powerful voice and Zara'thik Swarmguard to overwhelm enemies.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Abilities

  • Song of the Empress Song of the Empress - Sheck'zara chants the Song of the Empress, emitting sound waves that travel outwards from her. Players that come into contact with Song of the Empress are Silenced and suffer 3,502 Nature damage every 0.5 sec for 3 sec.
  • Force and Verve Force and Verve - Shek'zara shouts, inflicting 17,508 Nature damage every 1 sec for 6 sec. Players standing in a Sound Barrier take 99% reduced damage from Force and Verve.
  • Summon Swarmguard Summon Swarmguard - Shek'zara summons her Zara'thik Swarmguard to aid her in battle.
    • Zara'thik Swarmguard
      • Bladestorm Bladestorm - Charges to a player's location and spins a blade around the caster, inflicting 21,885 Physical damage to all nearby enemies every 1 sec.
    • Zara'thik Ambershaper
      • Amber Bolt Volley Amber Bolt Volley - Fires bolts of hardened amber at all nearby enemies, inflicting 21,885 Nature damage.

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Tashara

Currently under construction by the Baruk Mogu, Tashara is a titanic Mogu Keeper. Once completed, the Baruk intend to unleash Tashara's devastating power against their enemies and wipe out any who opposed them.

Overview

Tashara unleashes devastating stone attacks to decimate its enemies. Among its lethal arsenal, is the ability to curse random enemies with Flesh to Stone Flesh to Stone.

fHrA7Z2.png Damage Dealers

nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Abilities

  • Landslide Landslide (iJc8x9S.png Tank Alert) - Slams the ground, causing granite spikes to erupt in a line, inflicting 39,392 Nature damage and knocking back nearby enemies.
  • Ground Shatter Ground Shatter - Slams the ground, inflicting 52,523 Nature damage to all enemies within 45 yards. Afterwards, tremors race across the ground towards random enemy destinations. They explode on impact inflicting 70,031 Nature damage to enemies within 9 yards and knocking them back.
  • Flesh to Stone Flesh to Stone (rJnHTBu.png Important) - Inflicts 13,131 Nature damage every 2 sec for 8 sec. Upon expiration, stuns nearby allies within 10 yards for 10 sec.

Loot Tables

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Vuk'laz the Earthbreaker

Plumbing the forgotten depths of Azeroth, Prophet Skitra unearthed a devastating aqir known as Vuk'laz the Earthbreaker. Now freed from its subterranean slumber, Vuk'laz turns its destructive power against those who oppose N'Zoth.

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Overview

Vuk'laz is a living weapon of war that attempts to overcome its enemies with devastating physical attacks. As the battle rages Vuk'laz summons scarabs to its aid from beneath the Writhing Sands Writhing Sands.

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nACJhxi.png Healers

iJc8x9S.png Tanks

Abilities

  • Tremor Wave Tremor Wave - Vuk'laz unleashes a mighty tremor, knocking back all players in a 40 yard frontal cone and inflicting 43,769 Physical damage.
  • Writhing Sands Writhing Sands - Vuk'laz summons a horde of Aqir scarabs from beneath the sands.
    • Aqir Scarab - Aqir Scarabs emerge from the sand to swarm and overwhelm players.
  • Razor Spines Razor Spines - Vuk'laz shoots razor sharp spines from its carapace, inflicting 26,261 Physical damage to all players within 40 yards.
  • Crushing Claws Crushing Claws (iJc8x9S.png Tank Alert) - Vuk'laz lashes out with both claws inflicting 140,061 Physical damage to its current target.

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