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Week #2 of the Shadowlands Pre-Patch Event has been enabled on the Shadowlands PTR, so we're looking at what awaits us. The post contains spoilers.

During the first week of the Shadowlands pre-patch event, we learned that Sylvanas abducted faction leaders and shattered the Helm of Domination. Now the Scourge are running rampant across Azeroth, and the Cult of the Damned has returned.

You are sent to kill Nathanos Blightcaller and investigate what is going on in Icecrown. You can find more details about what happened during the first week here.

Week #2

The second week revolves around the presence of a Forsworn called Herald Dalora from the Maw in Icecrown that is working with the Cult of the Damned.

First, you are tasked to kill some creatures in the area and return later under disguise to thwart their operations. Next, you must approach Herald Dalora, and when you Submit to DarknessSubmit to Darkness, you will learn more about the Jailer.


Herald Dalora: His power rising... his chains broken. The remaking has begun! The hour draws near when the Banished One shall reclaim what is his. Death comes for the soul of this world.



You begin sabotaging experiments and return to the camp. Next, you will need to discover the location of Herald Dalora and destroy the Scourge forces surrounding Icecrown Citadel on a Hippogryph.


Dalora talks to you again while you complete the quest by filling the bar to 100%.


Herald Dalora: Ah, another defiant soul. In time, you too will serve the Banished One. Death will be the only power that remains! You show promise... like the others. Yes. You will make a fitting prize.

You return to the camp and get a quest to defeat Dalora.



After that, you head back to the Argent Tournament Grounds to establish a portal to Orgrimmar and inform Lor'themar of what had transpired, and he tells you that the "winged creature" appears to be similar to those creatures that abducted Baine and Thrall. The creatures are called the Forsworn, they are mostly Jailer's servants, and you will learn more of them in Bastion, they are Kyrians gone wrong.




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