General information about Ny’alotha, the Waking City raid
Ny’alotha, the Waking City woke up! For the first time in several thousand years, N’zoth took his throne in the Black Empire, bearing a plan for the enslavement of all living things. Its myriad armies invade from darkness and terrify the inhabitants of Azeroth. The heroes of the Horde and the Alliance will have to gather all their strength in order to fight this ancient enemy in his own kingdom. Their final battle will decide the fate of the universe!
Ny’alotha, the Waking City is a raid dungeon in patch 8.3, which will be released in January 2020 and will be the last major raid in the expansion World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth. The raid will have four wings: Vision of Destiny, Halls of Devotion, Gift of Flesh, The Waking Dream and there are twelve bosses in a certain sequence:
- Wrathion, the Black Emperor
- The Prophet Skitra
- Dark Inquisitor Xanesh
- The Hivemind
- Shad’har the Insatiable
- Ra-den the Despoiled
- Il’gynoth, Corruption Reborn
- Carapace of N’Zoth
- N’Zoth, the Corruptor
As always, killing the last boss will be very relevant for the players. Firstly, excellent gear drops from him, secondly, you can get the title for killing the boss in heroic and mythic modes, and thirdly, you can get two mounts from him. You can use our service – N’zoth Kill boost and get the desired rewards.
How to get into Ny’alotha raid?
Entrance to Ny’alotha raid will be radically different from entrances to all other raids, as it will be dynamic. The raid entrance will vary depending on which zone is currently being attacked by N’zoth and his minions. Entrance will change every week during the weekly reset (from Tuesday to Wednesday). To understand how to get into the Ny’alotha raid, open the map and find the obelisk icon on it (N’zoth attack mark). The entrance to the Ny’alotha, Waking City raid will look like a large obelisk in the portal, hovering above the ground. A staircase leads from the ground to the portal, through which you can go into the raid if you do not have BFA flying. By the way, if you still do not have the BFA Pathfinder, part two achievement, then you can buy Flying in BFA on our website and we will carry this service as soon as possible.
Modes in Ny’alotha, the Waking City
As always, in Ny’alotha, the Waking City raid there will be four modes:
- Normal – 445 ilvl
- Heroic – 460 ilvl
- Mythic – 475 ilvl
- LFR – 430
The LFR mode will be divided into four wings and their launch will be in turn. First, normal and heroic modes will be available. Later, the Mythic mode and the first wing of LFR will be launched. Then each week a new wing will be opened in LFR.
Features of killing bosses in Ny’alotha raid
The raid dungeon of Ny’alotha, the Waking City, is large enough and includes 12 bosses. It will take a lot of time to clean it. Therefore, the developers decided to return the system of “skipping” part of the bosses, subject to certain conditions. A similar system was already being introduced into the game in the Antorus, the Burning Throne, and the players liked it.
After killing the first boss Wrathion, players will receive the “Ny’alotha, MATRIARCH instruction” quest, in which you want to kill the penultimate boss Carapace of N’zoth four times and get quest items. As soon as the player completes this task, he will be able to teleport immediately to the eleventh boss after killing the first boss, skipping nine bosses. Undoubtedly, this is a good simplification of farming top equipment, because players will not have to repeatedly kill bosses, from which they no longer need loot.
Gear in Ny’alotha, the Waking City
In patch 8.3, the equipment bonuses were redone, this applies to the entire equipment of the new patch. The system of “improving” equipment for warforged and titanforged, already familiar to players, was removed. The equipment now has a static level that will not change. Instead, there is a new Corrupted system. Now items will give not only positive bonuses, but also negative ones. Or rather, dropping an item with an additional positive bonus, it will have another Corrupted parameter on it (let’s call it corruption).
Accumulating corruption will increase its level, and with each level a negative perk will be added. But at the same time, the positive bonus will also increase, so be careful and try to maintain balance.
Players who do not want to receive negative effects can clear the item of equipment from Corruption, but the positive bonus will also be removed.
Another change was that the level of equipment depends not only on the difficulty of the raid, but also on the killed boss. And this is right, because the last bosses are always more complicated and more forces are required to kill them. Here is the level of equipment you get for killing bosses from the first to the tenth inclusive:
- LFR – 430
- Normal mode – 445
- Heroic mode – 460
- Mythic – 475
And for killing the last two bosses, the Shell of N’Zoth and N’Zoth, players will receive equipment of a higher level, which also depends on the raid difficulty:
- LFR – 440
- Normal mode – 445
- Heroic mode – 470
- Mythic – 485
Unique weapon effects
Most weapons that drop in the Ny’alotha raid dungeon, Sleepless City, have a unique effect, but they immediately have 25 Corruption. Here is a list of these effects:
- 2H Sword: Your attacks have a chance to trigger a beam of Twilight Devastation, dealing damage equal to 5% of your health to all enemies in front of you.
- Polearm: Your damaging abilities build the Echoing Void. Each time it builds, Echoing Void has a chance to collapse, dealing 1% of your Health as Shadow damage to all nearby enemies every 1 sec until no stacks remain.
- Dagger: Your attacks have a chance to spawn a tentacle which Mind Flays your target for 10930 Shadow damage every second for 10 sec
- 1H Sword: Your spells and abilities have a chance to strike a nearby enemy with an Infinite Star, dealing 0 Arcane damage and increasing their damage taken from your Infinite Stars by 25%, stacking up to 10 times.
- Fist weapon: Your attacks have a chance to lash your target with a living tentacle, dealing (30% of Attack power) Shadow damage and snaring them by 30% for 6 sec.
- 1H Mace: Gain Void Ritual, giving your spells and abilities a chance to increase all secondary stats by 10 every sec for 20 sec. This chance is increased if at least 2 nearby allies also have Void Ritual.
- 1H Sword: Your damaging abilities build stacks of Searing Flames. When you reach 30 stacks, exhale a Searing Breath, dealing damage equal to 5% of your health to all targets in front of you.
- 2H Axe: Gain Obsidian Skin, increasing your Armor by 5%. While in combat, explode with Obsidian Destruction every 30 sec, dealing Shadow damage equal to 300% of your Armor to all enemies within 20 yds.
- Staff: Your autoattacks have a 25% chance to bite into the target’s soul, dealing 2% of your health in damage and healing you for that amount.
- Bow: Your auto-shots reduce the remaining cooldown of a random Hunter ability by 1.0 sec.
- 1H Axe: Your mind’s true potential is unlocked, causing your spells to grant you flashes of insight. Gain between 1% and 8% Intellect at all times.
- Wand: Your Spells and Abilities have a chance to show you the Ineffable Truth, increasing the rate your cooldowns recover by 20% for 12 sec.
These are not all the changes in the equipment, the Gouged Eye of N’Zoth item is being added to the game with the help of which you can create sockets in armor in which there are none yet. Gouged Eyes of N’Zoth can be purchased from Wrathion in the Heart Chamber for 25,000 Corrupted Memento.
Mount and Pets Ny’alotha raid
In addition to achievements, gear and Azerite, in Ny’alotha raid there will be several mounts and pets. All of them are looted in different ways and we will tell you about them. But we can also help you to get any or all three mounts of the Ny’alotha raid, take a look at our Ny’alotha section and buy the WoW mount that you like.
Mounts with which you can replenish your collection:
- Ny’alotha Allseer – Drop from N’Zoth in Mythic mode.
- Wriggling Parasite – reward for Glory to the Ny’alotha Raider
- Uncorrupted Voidwing – Awarded for completing the Lost Flock quest. The item which starts the quest drops from N’Zoth in heroic or mythic mode.
In total, in Patch 8.3, more than two dozen pets will be added. Unfortunately, there is no exact information from which bosses this or that pet will be obtained, but some drop is obvious. Below are the pets from the Ny’alotha Raid:
- Aqir Hivespawn – The aqir hive has countless numbers of beings in it, all of which are supportive of the ever-present Hivemind.
- Eye of Corruption – This creepy eye is looking at everyone, always, and only has to blink once every 10,000 years.
- Muar – The thirst for mana is insatiable, luckily this little one doesn’t consume a whole lot.
- Ra’kim – The winged aqir are very fast and agile, and their wings provide a nice breeze on a warm afternoon.
- Void-Scarred Anubisath – N’Zoth’s corruption spread across many beings, including this little Anubisath.
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