World of Warcraft Classic: End-Game Dungeons (Part 2)

World of Warcraft Classic: End-Game Dungeons (Part 2)

In the second part of this article, we will cover the two remaining end-game dungeons for Classic World of Warcraft. The first one is Scholomance, a dungeon for players between level 55 and 60. Scholomance serves as an academy where the necromancers of the scourge learn their craft under the supervision of Darkmaster Gandling a former mage of Dalaran. The entrance to that dungeon is located in the southeast zone of the western Plaguelands. The bosses that you can find in Scholomance are Kirtonos the Herald, Jandice Barov, Rattlegore, Marduk Blackpool, Vectus, Ras Frostwhisper, Instructor Malicia, Doctor Theolen Krastinov, Lorekeeper Polkelt, The Ravenian, Lord Alexei Barov, Lady Illucia Barov and Darkmaster Gandling.

The last end-game dungeon of the game is the Dire Maul. This zone is composed of the ruins of an ancient Night Elf city. Dire Maul is divided into three different zones the north wing, the east wing and the west wing. Players need a key in order to access the zone they can also use a Rogue with a high lock picking skill in order to get inside.

The north wing is called the Gordok Commons and is inhabited by Gordok ogres. The bosses of that zone are Guard Mol’dar, Stomper Kreeg, Guard Fengus, Guard Slip’kik, Captain Kromcrush, and King Gordok and Cho’Rush’s the Observer.

The east wing is also known as Warpwood Quarter and is occupied by a population of satyrs, elementals and demons. The bosses of that zone are Pusillin, Lethtendris, Hydrospawn, Zevrim Thornhoof, Alzzin the Wildshaper and Isalien.

Last but not least, we have the west wing also called the Capital Garden. The spirits of the Highborne who occupied Dire Maul in the past haunts thi zone. The bosses of the area are: Tendris Warpwood, Magister Kalendris, Illyanna Ravenoak, Immol’thar, Lord Hel’nurath and Prince Tortheldrin.

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