of Sebastian Glanzer
The Mak’gora between Sylvanas and Saurfang heralded the events of WoW Shadowlands. In the new raid of Patch 9.1 (Sanctum of Dominion) Sylvanas faces us as the final boss and holds a piece of jewelry for strength classes ready, which is clearly an allusion to Warlord Saurfang.

Sylvanas not only has special items for hunters in the Sanctum of Dominion. The final boss of Patch 9.1 also drops a special piece of jewelry, which is a clear reference to Warlord Saurfang. As most will remember, Saurfang succumbed to the banshee at the gates of Orgrimmar in an unworthy mak’gora in which Sylvanas used her deadly magic and then disappeared.

In addition to her special bow and a quiver disguised as a cape, there is a trinket called Old Warrior’s Soul in her loottable.

Old Warrior’s Soul

Item level 246
+93 strength

Anlegen: Gain Undying Rage and Endless Duty. Undying Rage: While in combat, your rage builds, increasing your Haste by X every 10 seconds. Endless Duty – When a nearby ally’s health drops below 50%, sacrifice Y of your health to heal them for Y.

WoW Patch 9.1: In honor of Saurfang - Sylvanas drops a special piece of jewelry (2)

Source: Buffed

The trinket for strength classes transfers part of your life points to an ally when his life points fall below 50 percent. A heroic act that equates to a glorious warrior. According to the create tooltip, this effect often triggers and also includes a stackable tempo effect.

However, fans of the warlord shouldn’t hope to see the old warrior hero of the Horde again. In an interview the developers confirmed that we won’t see heroes like Saurfang and Varian in the Shadowlands. It remains unclear what fate has overtaken the two. They may be somewhere in the depths of the Maw / Torghast.

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