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You Can Kill the Siege of Orgrimmar Raid Skip on Live Server

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It turns out you can kill the Siege of Orgrimmar raid skip on live servers.

In Patch 10.1.5, Blizzard added a Siege of Orgrimmar raid skip at the beginning of the raid that you can use to skip straight to Garrosh Hellscream, quite handy for people willing to farm Tusks of Mannoroth Tusks of Mannoroth and Kor'kron Juggernaut Kor'kron Juggernaut.

The skip requires a full run to activate, if you never ran Siege of Orgrimmar, you can't use it. Now comes the fun part. 

The SoO raid skip can be activated by interacting with a scroll on the wall to the right as you enter the raid. The skip requires a full run to activate, if you never ran SoO, you can't use it.

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Now comes the fun part. The scroll is a neutral mob that you can attack and while you cannot target it, using AoE will eventually kill it making it despawn.

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The scroll is "dead" here and you cannot interact with it.

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The scroll eventually despawned, so now we can't skip to Garrosh.

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If this happens for some reason, all you have to do is leave the raid, click on your portrait and select the Reset All Instances option.

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Once reset, you can enter the raid again and the scroll will be there for you to use.

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One of the best raids ever, but boy did it ever need that skip and they sure dragged their feet in ever giving it to us.  

Interestingly enough, I did finally get the shoulders to drop before they implemented the skip, but I still don't have the dang mount.  Crazy...

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