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Keeper Tyr Cutscene in Patch 10.1

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A new quest line became available on live servers this week ending with an interesting cutscene that shows Keeper Tyr.

In the flashback cutscene, we see Keeper Tyr confront Zakajz the Corruptor, a Servant of Yogg-Saron that's transformed into Alexstrasza the Lifebinder. Tyr fell here and the area became known as "Tyr's Fall" or Tirisfal.

Video courtesy of LeystTV.

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