Dragon Soul Raid (Bosses, Mounts, Location & Entrance)
Dragon Soul is a raid whose entrance is located in Tanaris on the continent of Kalimdor in the World of Warcraft game. The minimum level for this dungeon is The instance was released in the Cataclysm expansion. The raid contains 8 bosses. The end boss of Dragon Soul is Madness of Deathwing.This raid can be played at normal and heroic levels. This raid could be experienced though the Look For Raid tool when at max level for the expansion. When you reach the next level when the next expansion has come out, you will be unable to use this facility.
Dragon Soul is the final raid encounter for Cataclysm. The scenary of the raid will look familiar as the fighting takes place near Wyrmrest Tower in Dragonblight, Northrend, In the raid, you need to make your way to the top of the Tower and then get on board a air ship or flying boat to do battle with Northrend before he can destroy Azeroth.
The Dragon Soul entrance is in the Caverns of Time area in Tanaris rather than being in the "Real World". The two dungeon instances beside the raid are dungeons that came out at the same time as the raid, taster dungeons so to speak.
Dragon Soul gives Rogues the opportunity to do a quest line for their legendary weapon, two daggers as staff carriers such as Druids and Mages did in Firelands. One of the quests is to give some Ethereals 10, gold pieces to decrypt a message. Expensive stuff at the time but shouldn't be too expensive now.
Dragon Soul Raid Bosses List
Dragon Soul Location
Dragon Soul Entrance
Kalimdor Dungeons List
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Morchok – The most powerful elemental still under Deathwing's sway, Morchok-once a passive guardian-is now convinced that his only respite will come with Azeroth's demise. Morchok rages against the foundation of Wyrmrest Temple, Azeroth's last beacon of hope in the Hour of Twilight.
Warlord Zon'ozz – Countless ages ago, Warlord Zon'ozz and his soldiers waged endless war against the forces of C'Thun and Yogg-Saron. Millennia have passed, but the warlord still serves the chaotic might of the Old God N'Zoth. Deathwing has now unleashed this legendary faceless one to crush the defenders of Wyrmrest Temple.
Yor'sahj the Unsleeping – Since the fall of the Bastion of Twilight, Yor'sahj the Unsleeping has eagerly assisted Deathwing, providing the Destroyer with the means to release more faceless ones from their prisons deep beneath the earth. Their numbers are endless and their power is beyond reckoning, and Yor'sahj intends to reap a grim reward for his faithful service.
Hagara the Stormbinder – Hagara, one of the first students of arcane magic under the Forsaken, showed surprising potential for one who had started learning so late in life. But in her undisciplined attempts to bind elementals into servitude, she was ensnared and twisted by the Windlord, Al'Akir. Now fiercely loyal to the Twilight's Hammer, Hagara binds others for her elemental masters to torment.
Ultraxion – More an abomination of dark energy than a dragon, Ultraxion has spent his short life absorbing the essence of captured nether dragons. Ultraxion is the only twilight dragon Deathwing has praised, and his arrogance is overshadowed only by the crackling energies surging through his twisted form. Loyal to his master, Ultraxion swears to bring about the fall of Wyrmrest Temple.
Warmaster Blackhorn – Though once vast in number, only a few dozen twilight dragons now remain. Astride these hardened survivors are the last vestiges of the Twilight's Hammer's army: the elite drake riders of Deathwing's personal escort. Led by the insidious Warmaster Blackhorn, they move with unholy purpose, driven to protect their dark master.
Spine of Deathwing – When Deathwing first channeled the Dragon Soul's power against the other flights, the massive energies that were unleashed threatened to break apart his very body. Rather than forgo this weapon, he had adamantium plates fused to his scales to hold his body together. Later reinforced with elementium, these plates are now his weakness--the sole vulnerability to Deathwing's lethal presence.
Madness of Deathwing – A warped mass of molten hatred and unfathomable power, this formless, mindless horror cannot be stopped. Whatever was left of Neltharion the Earth-Warder is long gone, his mind and soul corrupted and devoured by his Old God masters. All this monstrous being desires is destruction, annihilation, and the end of all things.
- This article is about the Cataclysm raid instance. For the formerly named artifact, see Demon Soul. For the patch with this name, see patch
The Dragon Soul is the final raid instance of the Cataclysm expansion. It was released with patch on November 29, Dragon Soul contains eight bosses, in multiple locations, culminating in the battle with Deathwing. It is the most difficult raid instance in Cataclysm, coming after the Firelands raid.
Characters will progress through Dragonblight, where Deathwing's forces are besieging the Wyrmrest Temple; the Eye of Eternity, the former sanctum of Malygos; and the trek through the ocean into the Maelstrom.
In order to unlock unrestricted access to Heroic 10M and Heroic 25M modes, the [Destroyer's End] achievement must be completed first.
The first six bosses of Dragon Soul were killed over several weeks, while the battles against Deathwing lasted "a few terrible hours".
Description from site
Forged by Deathwing during the War of the Ancients, the Dragon Soul harnessed the power of the other dragonflights, until it was ultimately destroyed. After recovering a version of the artifact from the Caverns of Time, Thrall and the allied dragonflights now rally at Wyrmrest Temple in a desperate bid to use its might to defeat Deathwing.
Created by the titans as a sanctuary for all Dragonkind, the crumbling Wyrmrest Temple is now the final hope for the forces allied against the black dragon Neltharion, once the Earth-Warder and protector of Azeroth, now Deathwing the Destroyer. It is here that the remaining aspects -- Alexstrasza, Ysera, Nozdormu, Kalecgos, and Thrall -- have gathered to empower the Dragon Soul -- Azeroth's last chance to stop the great behemoth. As they begin to charge the Dragon Soul with energy, Deathwing and his entire army assault Wyrmrest Temple. Players must thwart the attacking forces long enough for Thrall to charge the Dragon Soul.
Forged by Deathwing during the War of the Ancients, the Dragon Soul harnessed the combined power of the dragonflights until it was ultimately destroyed. Through the Caverns of Time, Thrall and the remaining dragonflights were able to recover the powerful artifact before its destruction. Now they have rallied at Wyrmrest Temple in a desperate attempt to use the might of the Dragon Soul against Deathwing himself.
- The Siege of Wyrmrest Temple
Deathwing seeks to destroy Wyrmrest Temple and end the lives of the Dragon Aspects and Thrall.
- Fall of Deathwing
Deathwing must be destroyed, or all is lost.
The raid picks up right where the Hour of Twilight instance finishes. Thrall and the Dragon Soul are now nearby Wyrmrest Temple and raiders begin by attempting to relieve the beleaguered Aspects under siege by the Twilight's Hammer, the Twilight dragonflight and the Black dragonflight. Along with an army of mortal races and dragons led by Lord Devrestrasz you battle your way through the army and stop an earth elemental at the base of Wyrmrest Temple. Morchok is pounding at the foundations of the spire trying to level it.
Once inside Wyrmrest Tyrygosa explains that Deathwing has summoned extremely powerful Faceless ones to assault the Temple as well, and Maws of the Old Gods are erupting from the nearby earth. Once they're dead the temple is all but reclaimed and the Aspects decide now its the time to strike. However upon meeting with them Thrall explains that using the full power of the Dragon Soul would likely kill him in the process, but Kalecgos believes they can use the Focusing Iris from the Eye of Eternity to stabilize it. The Twilight's Hammer knew about the weakness and sent several of their most powerful shamans under the leadership of Hagara the Stormbinder to ambush the heroes at the Eye. Once Hagara is defeated the Focusing Iris is taken back to Wrymrest. As the Aspects want to empower the Dragon Soul Deathwing realizes what's happening and sends dozens of twilight drakes to stop them. Once the drakes are defeated the Aspects begin to empower the Dragon Soul with their own energies. With their focus on the Dragon Soul, Deathwing sends his ultimate minion Ultraxion to finish them off - the ultimate Twilight dragon experiment who is meant to cause the Hour of Twilight by slaying the Dragon Aspects at this juncture. After his defeat the Dragon Soul is fully charged and Thrall unleashs it at Deathwing, blowing one of the elementium plates off his back. Realizing that the battle is lost, Deathwing destroys a Horde Gunship and flies off to the Maelstrom so that he can escape into the relative safety of Deepholm. The Aspects, the heroes, and the surviving crew board The Skyfire and chase after Deathwing. On the way, Twilight's Hammer drake riders, led by the Twilight's HammerWarmaster Blackhorn, harry them. When the Skyfire catches up the drakes attack the Skyfire's engines and allow Deathwing to escape. The heroes manage to kill all of the drakes and Warmaster Blackhorn, then repair the engines and resume their chase.
Upon catching up to Deathwing they parachute onto his back and begin to rip off the armor plates and prying a hole big enough to give Thrall a clean shot with the Dragon Soul, this time burning a hole through his chest. Deathwing plummets into the Maelstrom and is presumed dead. The players and the Aspects land at the Maelstrom. As they celebrate the defeat of Deathwing, Nozdormu warns them to be quick, as Deathwing re-emerges shortly afterwards. The final stage of the raid begins when Deathwing's deformed body rises out of the Maelstrom to face off against the players in the final showdown with many phases. The first phase is moving around the isles around the Maelstrom. Players have to fight his claws, wings, tail alone and the tentacles. Once Deathwing is weakened the Aspects channel all their remaining powers into the Dragon Soul and fire it at Deathwing, completely "unmaking" him but also making them mortals. With the loss of Nozdormu's powers, the Dragon Soul was returned back in time to the point where it was taken.
Maps and subregions
The Dragon Soul is a raid instance, introduced in World of Warcraft Patch The encounters can be performed in man difficulty, man difficulty and LFR difficulty (25 player, with less damage and health for the bosses). The 10 and man difficulties also have an unlockable heroic mode setting. This raid represents Tier 13, in terms of progression, and it is intended to be the final raiding tier of the Cataclysm expansion.
The entrance to the Dragon Soul is located in the Caverns of Time instance hub.
The raid instance houses 8 boss encounters (although the final two are both against Deathwing, so there are technically only 7 bosses). All of the encounters (except for the final one) take place at or around Wyrmrest Temple, in Dragonblight.
Currently, we offer you the following strategy guides:
Each of the bosses in the raid (except for the final three) is preceded by a number of trash packs, for which we have written a specific trash guide.
The bosses have a chance to drop:
- epic raw gems;
- Chaos Orb (only in LFR, not all bosses);
- Essence of Destruction (does not drop in LFR difficulty), which is needed to craft the item level gear introduced with Patch ;
- item level in LFR difficulty ( for the encounters with Deathwing);
- item level in Normal man and man difficulties ( for the encounters with Deathwing);
- item level in Heroic man and man difficulties ( for the encounters with Deathwing).
In addition, the Dragon Soul raid can bring you the following mounts:
Finally, in addition to all this loot, many parts of the legendary quest chain for the Fangs of the Father take place here as well. For more information about this quest line, please refer to our Fangs of the Father guide.
For all loot added in Patch , we will put together a gear listing, just as we have for Patch
As you enter the instance, you are faced with a number of trash packs followed by the first boss encounter of the instance, Morchok. This boss is meant to serve as an entry to the raid, and we feel that the fight is not very challenging.
Maws of Go'rath and Shu'ma
After defeating Morchok, you will reach Wyrmrest Temple (and gain access to various vendors present there, including two who can repair your gear). From here, you have a choice between two bosses: Warlord Zon'ozz and Yor'sahj the Unsleeping. To reach Zon'ozz you should use the drake located to the West, while Yor'sahj is accessed using the Eastern drake.
Eye of Eternity
Once both Zon'ozz and Yor'sahj have been defeated, you will be able to face the fourth boss encounter of the raid, the much more challenging Hagara the Stormbinder. This boss is located in the Eye of Eternity (in Coldarra, in the Borean Tundra), the place where you previous (in Wrath of the Lich King) defeated Malygos the Spellweaver, the leader of the Blue Dragonflight, at the time. Access to the Eye of Eternity is made easy by means of a portal found at Wyrmrest Temple.
At the Pursuit of Deathwing
Once Hagara is dead, the second part of the raid, a veritable assault on Deathwing, is set to begin. Your first task will be to defend Wyrmrest Temple against the assault of Ultraxion, the 5th boss encounter of the instance. This is gear check type of encounter with very straightforward mechanics and a strict DPS requirement.
After defeating Ultraxion, your raid will board the gunship "The Skyfire", in an attempt to assault Deathwing in the air. However, before you can do so, you will have to defend the gunship against Deathwing's final lieutenant, Warmaster Blackhorn, in an encounter where you will have to deal with many different types of adds, among other abilities.
With Blackhorn disposed of, your raid can parachute down onto Deathwing's back, which constitutes the penultimate encounter of the raid: Spine of Deathwing.
Assuming your raid overcomes even this challenge and manages to remove Deathwing's armor plating, you will have the opportunity to finally kill him, in the last encounter of the raid, Madness of Deathwing, which takes place at the Maelstrom.
Dragon soul wow
- For the former warlock ability, see [Demon Soul]. For the raid instance, see Dragon Soul. For the book, see The Demon Soul.
The Demon Soul, also known as the Demon Stone and formerly as the Dragon Soul, was an artifact of great power created by Deathwing shortly before the War of the Ancients. Though it appeared to be a featureless golden disk, it was, in fact, a talisman of immense power that could be used to destroy or enslave other dragons. The artifact was forged by Deathwing's goblinslaves, fused with the taint of the Old Gods and finally mixed with the blood of Deathwing himself.
The Demon Soul was once fastened to the Demon Chain, a seemingly ordinary loop of ornamental elementium chain that fills one's mind with dread as it touches one's flesh. The Soul has long since been destroyed, but the Chain, which may hold some residual power, was last seen in the possession of Warlord Zaela.
At some point shortly before the War of the Ancients, Neltharion used the skills of his goblin artificer-servants to create an artifact of incredible power. It was fastened to the a chain forged of elementium. The golden, perfect disk was infused with the power of his Old God masters, and with both the essence of dragons and demons. Neltharion sought to use it to control the other dragonflights, and make himself a god to be worshiped by the mortal races.
During an accidental cave-in that tore a scale from his body, Neltharion found that his matter - even as small as a scale - could and did damage the Soul. He thus had to take great care to avoid damaging it. When it was ready, Neltharion revealed his creation to his fellow Aspects and convinced them to give their own essences, which then made them and their flight unable to damage the disc.
In the last combined fight of the dragons of Azeroth against the Burning Legion, Neltharion arrayed the dragons of all the other flights into a magical matrix that enhanced the device's power greatly. During this battle, Neltharion revealed his madness and used the Dragon Soul to wreak havoc on both the Burning Legion and the helpless night elves, demanding that all of Azeroth, including the other dragon flights and the Great Aspects, bow to his mastery. Malygos, the Aspect of Magic, and his blue dragonflight attempted to stop Neltharion, who summarily executed the entirety of the blue flight with the exception of Malygos himself. The other dragons were locked in Neltharion's control until the unexpected intervention of Korialstrasz broke his concentration and allowed the other dragons to counter-attack. Though the ranks of the dragonflights were decimated, Neltharion was forced to retreat from the field of battle, taking the Dragon Soul with him.
In time, it became clear that the powerful Soul was corrupting Neltharion's body, causing it to bloat and tear; his beloved creation was ripping him apart. With the aid of his goblin artificers, Neltharion had immense adamantium plates bolted into the scales in order to keep the destructive power at bay. Driven completely to madness, it is around this time (probably influenced by the future-Korialstrasz, known as Krasus) that the artifact became known as the Demon Soul, and that Neltharion received the name he is known by today. In order to prevent it from being used against them again, Broxigar, Korialstrasz (Krasus), along with the night elf druid Malfurion Stormrage, attempted to steal the artifact. Malfurion succeeded in obtaining the artifact but was captured by Queen Azshara's soldiers led by his own brother, Illidan, who had agreed to obtain the artifact to allow Sargeras entry into Azeroth.
The Soul was used as part of a portal to be opened within the depths of the Well of Eternity itself. Before the portal could be opened, however, the Soul's spellwork was disrupted, reversing the portal to pull the Legion out of Azeroth, but also beginning the Sundering. As it fell towards the Well of Eternity's surface, it was seized by none other than Nozdormu who brought it far into the future. After the Sundering of the World finished, and the artifact's return from the future, Malfurion, and the four remaining Aspects placed a spell on the Demon Soul that would prevent Deathwing from ever using it again, and then hid the foul disk in a place where only the four dragons would find it, but not Deathwing.
Ten thousand years later, Deathwing - seeking to rebuild his shattered Dragonflight using the eggs of his archnemesis, Alexstrasza - found the Demon Soul in the Redridge Mountains and led the orcs of the Dragonmaw clan to it. Nekros Skullcrusher, a former warlock, was entrusted with the disk by the Dragonmaw chieftain, the elder shaman Zuluhed the Whacked. With it, the Dragonmaws managed to capture the Dragonqueen, much to everyone's surprise (including Alexstrasza's), and use her children to fight for the Horde. Korialstrasz - in his guise as Krasus, a member of the senior council of the Kirin Tor of Dalaran - had discovered Deathwing's identity as Lord Prestor, and his revealing the location of the Soul to the orcs. Sending his student, Rhonin, on a mission to free Alexstrasza, Krasus attempted to obtain the aid of the other three Aspects - Malygos, Nozdormu, and Ysera - to free Alexstrasza from the orcs, and subsequently from Deathwing himself.
Rhonin, who had been "rescued" by Deathwing twice during the course of his mission, was manipulated by the black Aspect to locate Alexstrasza and free her (or so he led Rhonin to believe). Giving him one of his scales to act as a talisman, allowing him to communicate with Rhonin and see what the human mage saw, Deathwing sent Rhonin on his way to Grim Batol. He finally discovered Alexstrasza's location and the imminent moveout of the Dragonmaw clan (under the belief that the Alliance intended to invade). As Deathwing held the upper hand in a battle with the other, weakened Aspects, including the now-free Alexstrasza, Rhonin was able to use the scale Deathwing had given him to destroy the disk. Cutting the scale across the surface, Rhonin unleashed the power trapped within, and with a quick spell, returned to the Aspects their essence given at the creation of the Dragon Soul, who proceeded to defeat and hunt their treacherous brother.
Wrath of the Lich King
Night of the Dragon
Though the Demon Soul's power was lost with its destruction, it still had enough power within it to be of some use. Sintharia, Prime Consort of the Destroyer, collected the fragments of the Demon Soul and found power within them still. Using their power combined with Balacgos's Bane, a stolen staff of the naaru and the essence of the nether dragonZzeraku, Sintharia (or Sinestra, as she preferred to be called) experimented with the eggs of various dragonflights. The end result was the twilight dragonflight, a sinister creation that could absorb magical energy from any living thing - particularly enemy dragons. One such monstrosity, Dargonax, was a cunning and ambitious creature who sought to overthrow his "mother" and take the world for himself.
Zendarin Windrunner, a cousin of the Windrunner sisters, had allied himself with Sintharia in order to gain access to a vast fount of energy and steal the partially restored Demon Soul. Ultimately this brought him into conflict with his cousin Vereesa, who sought revenge for Zendarin's attempted kidnapping of her twin sons. The battle resulted in the death of Zendarin and the final destruction of the Demon Soul, when the naaru staff he carried touched the foul artifact as he released all of its energy. This was possible because Sintharia had shielded the artifact from all Azerothian magic, and the staff had been from Outland. Sintharia attempted to reconstruct it - having fallen to the same protective madness over the artifact as Deathwing had - but it was once again destroyed, this time for good, when it impacted with the unstable Balacgos's Bane thrown by Korialstrasz, obliterating both artifacts.
Yogg-Saron can show a vision of the Dragon Aspects creating the Dragon Soul ten thousand years earlier, when entering his mind.
Charge of the Aspects
After the defeat of Ragnaros, the aspects gathered to discuss how to end Deathwing once and for all, and after listening to the research gathered by Kalecgos and his flight it had become clear to them that they needed a weapon like none that had ever come before it. A short while later Ysera realized that the Demon Soul was, in fact, that weapon and proposed using to her fellow Aspects. While initially doubtful Alexstrasza was convinced by Ysera and Kalec of the need to use the artifact and was given the task to convince Nozdormu of this need as well. Nozdormu hesitated to do believing that doing so would make no different than Murozond, but Alexstrasza made him see that the intention was noble and ultimately convinced him that they needed the demon soul.
Caverns of Time
- Main article: Well of Eternity (instance)
With a gateway to the past open, Nozdormu transported adventurers to Azshara's palace, where they witnessed one of the most catastrophic events in the War of the Ancients. While assisting the much younger Tyrande and Illidan in a battle against the Highborne and Burning Legion, adventurers stole the Dragon Soul hovering above the Well. With so many of Azshara's most empowered wizards locked in ritual and pouring their magical energies into the turbulent depths of the Well, retrieving the Dragon Soul required victory over some lethal foes.
After recovering a version of the artifact from the Caverns of Time, Thrall and the allied dragonflights rallied at Wyrmrest Temple in a desperate bid to use its might to defeat Deathwing. Created by the titans as a sanctuary for all dragonkin, the crumbling Wyrmrest Temple was now the final hope for the forces allied against the black dragon Neltharion, once the Earth-Warder and protector of Azeroth, now Deathwing the Destroyer.
Hour of Twilight
It is here that the remaining aspects -- Alexstrasza, Ysera, Nozdormu, Kalecgos, and Thrall -- have gathered to empower the Dragon Soul -- Azeroth's last chance to stop the great behemoth. As they begin to charge the Dragon Soul with energy, Deathwing and his entire army assault Wyrmrest Temple. Heroes had to thwart the attacking forces long enough for Thrall to charge the Dragon Soul. After the heroes of Azeroth defeated Ultraxion Thrall unleashed the Dragon Soul, injuring the corrupted aspect. Deathwing fled the battle to recover in Deepholm but he was pursued and badly injured by another shot from the artifact. Deathwing fell into the Maelstrom, and losing what little remained of his sanity he rose up without his armor and deformed. The heroes of Azeroth and the Aspects were able to successfully delay him long enough to finish charging the Dragon Soul, and with a single blast from the artifact, the Destroyer was no more. Ironically, the artifact that had been created to dominate and enslave the world had ended up saving it from destruction.
The Dragon Soul was returned to its exact time in history.
The Dragon Soul appears as a legendary card for the priest class in the Kobolds & Catacombs expansion for Hearthstone. Its flavor text reads: "Crafted by Deathwing's goblin horde, but the dragon added the rainbow sparkles himself."
Notes and trivia
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