of Sebastian Glanzer
The next raid tests for the new raid in Patch 9.1 of WoW Shadowlands will be carried out on Thursday (April 22nd). Two new bosses have been added to the Sanctum of Dominion. The news comes at short notice and the tests take place during the week, but this time the start times for us Europeans are not quite as bad as usual.

For April 22nd were again Raid tests on the test realm for patch 9.1 announced by WoW Shadowlands. In the Sanctum of Dominion this time The Nine and Soul Shredder Dormazain be fought.

Raid Test Schedule: The Nine and Soul Shredder Dormazain

Thursday April 22nd

Soulbreaker Dormazain
Start: 22:00 CEST

The nine
Start: 23:00 CEST

For us Europeans, the test times are not quite as unspeakable this time as usual and tests are not carried out during the night. As you can see, there is only one hour of testing time planned for each boss. The test time for a boss is typically between 45 minutes and two hours. As always for a raid test, however, the developers can decide at any time to stop the test early as soon as they have gathered enough information or discovered serious bugs.

To get directly to the two bosses with your raid, speak to Nexus-Lord Donjon Rade IV in Stormwind, Orgrimmar, Oribos or Dalaran to teleport you directly to the Sanctum of Dominion. You can visit the Flaschatauren in these capitals to stock up on all the potions, flasks, buff food, enchantments, and so on.

In the encounter with “The Nine” you can expect a kind of council fight, but you do not have to deal with nine, but with three gullies. Soul Shredder Dormazain is practically the torturer of Torghast. The ex-Horde leader Garrosh also has an appearance in this fight.

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