The Final World Of Warcraft Legion Raid Is Approaching Before Battle For Azeroth

By   /   Nov 10, 2017
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It seems like with the reveal of the next World of Warcraft expansion at Blizzcon, Blizzard is ready to put out the final World of Warcraft Legion raid. The raid, called “Antorus The Burning Throne”, will apparently signal the end of the Argus story arc for the current expansion.

With the forces of Azeroth invading Argus to defeat the Burning Legion once and for all, Antorus The Burning Throne is apparently their last obstacle. With two of the Burning Legion’s commanders on Azeroth, Gul’dan the orc warlock and Kil’jaeden, one of the Legion’s top commanders, both dead, all that stands in the way of reclaiming Argus for the Eredar is the destruction of Antorus.

It’s likely that the raid will finish the story of the Legion expansion, allowing the Horde and Alliance to get back to doing what they’ve been doing since the game first released: fighting one another for supremacy.

The final World of Warcraft Legion raid will be releasing in wings, allowing players plenty of time to complete one wing and rest and resupply before going back in for the next one. The first wing will be launching on December 5, with the second coming on December 19, the third on January 2, and the last one on January 16.

There will likely be a lot of tough different demon bosses to go through before you get to the final boss of the raid, and players will have to pick the right abilities and party composition to try and get through all of the different bosses and enemies and areas. So even with the “Looking For Group” functions becoming available with the first wing, you might want to still be able to fulfill any role in a raid group that needs an extra person.

The final World of Warcraft Legion raid is sure to be any player’s toughest challenge yet, and hopefully after beating the greatest threat Azeroth has yet faced, fighting the Horde or Alliance again in Battle for Azeroth will be a walk in the park.

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