Da Sausage!

After the fated affixes to raids came out we mainly spent time rekilling bosses we have already killed, on heroic and mythic, and didn’t kill many new things. This week we decided to try to kill Dausegne mythic in Sepulcher of the First One, and since we had some gear upgrades we thought it would perhaps be a lot easier than last time we were here. While that was probably the case, it still wasn’t easy. The first night we didn’t manage to kill her, but tonight we came back and tonight she died!

Observe: The artdepartment was on holiday when the boss died, and created the screenshot based on descriptions.


With two mythic bosses dead already it started feeling a bit strange to not yet have finished heroic mode and killed the Jailer! We have had constant progress but the fight is pretty long and it had just taken us a while to get to phase three with everyone alive. This week we finally managed to get it right and kill him once and for all. The final heroic mode of Shadowlands is finally cleared. Only mythic bosses left!

Burrowed Time!

While working on the Jailer fight we decided to continue farming the first mythic boss. On the days we did that, we also went past Skolex, the Insatiable Ravener, and tried to figure out that fight. We changed our tactics a few times, to get less burrows, because we just didn’t have the dps. And tonight we finally got him down!

Observe: The art department stood quite far away when they took the screenshot and thus the picture ended up a bit blurred without much detail!

Filling the Holes!

The penultimate boss in Sepulcher of the First One was Rygelon. Early on we realised it wasn’t an easy fight. Both because of the dps-check and also because it was so easy to mess up with the different holes. We decided to take on a very organised tactic where we assigned everyone to exact holes, and expected everyone to enter just that hole and not accidently anyone elses. We also planned who should soak the Cosmic Cores and when. The execution was to begin with lacking, but over time we got better and also started getting close to doing enough dps to actually kill him in time. Today we finally managed. Good job everyone! Only one boss to go!

Dipping our Toes!

While we haven’t fully cleared heroic we heard rumours that the mythic encounter for Vigilant Guardian would be fairly easy, so since we were exactly 20 we decided to go test it. The first night on the boss we realised it wasn’t as easy as proclaimed, at least not for us, but we still had some progress and felt like with some more pulls we could perhaps get there. Tonight was the night we got there! First boss is dead and we have dipped our toes in Mythic!


We reached Lords of Dread and clearly the most inspired encounter in Sepulcher of the First One! We immediately concluded that the majority of the fight was for the ranged to sort out, while the melee just stayed on the bosses and looked out for green stuff going across the floor. It took a little bit of adjusting, but soon we somewhat had an idea of what we were doing. Then came the point of the Infiltration of Dread ability and we just fell apart. At first it was really hard for anyone to see what it was we were supposed to see, and nobody thought they had seen anything before the time was up and we died. Then we started realising what the thing we were supposed to see looked like, but we still didn’t get the right people out in time. Word was that there was a helpful weakaura but we decided against it and instead it was said that anyone who saw anything would speak up and say the names; and Thyrah, who was tanking and thus couldn’t be infiltrated, would try to listen for the names said 3 times. This obviously created a situation where we all spoke at the same time on Teamspeak, which was a bit chaotic, but still ended up working. We started freeing the right people and getting further in the fight, and soon enough the bosses were dead! Only two bosses to go!