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Sepulcher of the First Ones Boss Order Changed on the 9.2 PTR

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Blizzard has changed the order of bosses found in Sepulcher of the First Ones raid.

Here's the changed order of the bosses in the new 9.2 raid.

  1. Vigilant Guardian - This eternal guardian lies in wait, keeping a timeless vigil over the entrance to the Sepulcher of the First Ones.
  2. Skolex, the Insatiable Ravener - With the Sepulcher of the First Ones vunerable, devourers flood in to feed their hunger. Among these beasts is the ravenous Skolex. As the great worm consumes vast amounts of ephemra, the sepulcher is thrown out of balance and threatens to collapse onto itself.
  3. Artificer Xy'mox - Driven by greed, Xy'mox lead his most loyal associates to the Sepulcher of the First Ones. Using the chaos to pluner its riches, Xymox seeks to weaponize ephemera in order to propel himself to unlimited power.
  4. Dausegne, the Fallen Oracle - Controlled by Zovaal, Dausegne leads the mawsworn in a battle to gain control of the Forge of Afterlives. With its power, The Jailer will be able to create an eternity of torment.
  5. Prototype Pantheon - The first iteration of the immortal council was not put into use because their ideals were too extreme. With the enemy at the gate, Lihuvim has little choice but to reactivate these dangerous prototypes.
  6. Lihuvim, Principle Architect - With great care, Lihuvim weaves ephemera into being in accordance with the hallowed will of the First Ones. Now this process is threatened as mawsworn forces seek to claim this power.
  7. Halondrus the Reclaimer - For eons Halondrus traversed the caverns of the Sepulcher of the First Ones fulfilling its sacred purpose of reclaiming ephemera and returning it to the great cycle. With intruders now throwing this pattern into anarchy, the ancient keeper will do whatever it must to maintain order.
  8. Anduin Wrynn - Completely under Zovaal's control, Anduin stands ready to destroy any who oppose his master. As time runs out, a difficult choice must be made. Defeat the boy king to save the cosmos, or risk everything in order to restore his soul.
  9. Lords of Dread - The Dread Lords have worked for eons to bring Zovaal's plan to completion. Now, on the brink of their master's victory, they only need to complete one final task to ensure none are left to resist the new order.
  10. Rygelon - Drawn to observe the events taking place within the Sepulcher of the First Ones, Rygelon was soon dominated by Zovaal. Now this constellar turns its cosmic power against any who would oppose the Jailer.
  11. The Jailer- For millenia, Zovaal manipulated forces throughout the universe to place him in this position of power. At this final step, the heroes of Azeroth rally to fight a cosmic being who has never known defeat.

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