Players will soon be able to appreciate the new raid in which they will have to fight many bosses in order to make their way to Zovaal, the Jailer himself. You can find out the ending of the story of Sylvana and Jailer, as well as get new loot, walk through marvelous locations and fight formidable bosses. The developers promise new experiences, as well as new loot, bosses and beautiful environment, which will soon delight the eye of adventurers.
The Sepulcher of the First Ones will launch in multiple phases in the Shadowlands 9.2 update. Blizzard has yet to announce an exact release date, however, the first version is already available on the PTR. Based on this, we can conclude that the release can be expected not earlier than the end of February and not later than the beginning of March.
As stated earlier, the Sepulcher of the First Ones will launch in multiple phases. During the first phases, players will be able to complete the dungeon on Normal and Heroic difficulty, and later will introduce Raid Finder Wings every two weeks. Below is a more detailed diagram:
Week 1 – Normal and Heroic Difficulty
Week 2 – Mythic Difficulty, Raid Finder Wing 1
Week 5 – Raid Finder Wing 2
Week 7 – Raid Finder Wing 3
Week 9 – Raid Finder Wing 4
Anyone can try their luck at the battle against Jailer and his henchmen in search of glory and profit.
In total, Sepulcher of the First Ones’ features 11 bosses. You will be able to easily recognize some of them, while others will surprise you with their abilities and character. At the end of the raid, you will fight Zovaal himself, aka Jailer.
Below are all the bosses of the dungeon:
Dausegne, the Fallen Oracle
Skolex, the Instiable Ravener
Halondrus the reclaimer
Lihuvim, Principal Architect
Lords of dread
Zovaal (The Jailer)
Each boss will have its own set of skills and abilities to learn and overcome. The developers promise that the encounters will be memorable and challenging for even the most experienced adventurers.
Bosses of SotFO drop level 252-259 gear on Normal difficulty, 265-272 in Heroic and 278-285 in Mythic. The first screenshots of the appearance of the loot have already leaked to the network. Many have criticized the developers, since all the sets look very similar. Many point to the blurring of the boundaries between classes, which is one of the main features of WoW.