In the Sanctum of Dominion, the raid of the upcoming WoW Patch 9.1, there will not only be mounts and achievements, but also various pets – one of which you can only get in mythical mode.
In the upcoming patch 9.1 we will finally be able to carry the war into the jailer’s territory and attack him directly in his sanctum of domination – this is the name of the new raid, in which, in addition to Sylvanas, nine more boss fights await our heroes. Great items beckon as loot and at the end one or the other mount. But the trip to the sanctum is also worthwhile for pet fighters. Because there are four different pets waiting for you – one cuter than the other. However, if you want all of them, you should have a powerful raid group behind you – because one of them will probably only be looted in mythical mode.
But before the outcry rang out that Blizzard is now also hiding pets behind bosses that are insurmountable for many players: the mythical version of the pet, the Eye of extinctionis just a different color scheme for the pet Eye of omnipotence. You can capture both at the eye of the jailer, the mint green in all levels of difficulty, the red only in mythical mode.
In addition to the two eyes, there are two other pets to be captured. Very popular because of their appearance should the Gripping gauntlet become. The running hand will most likely be available from Seelenfetzer Dormazain, the fifth boss in the raid – in all levels of difficulty.
At Kel’thuzad, on the other hand, you get the cutest pet from the Sanctum of Dominion: the Mawbound servant. A kind of mini-servant of the jailer who, with a bit of luck, will be yours when you defeat the fourth boss in the Sanctum of Dominion.
Which pet from the Sanctum of Dominion do you like best and how do you like it that at least one pet only drops in Mythic mode?
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