⚠️ Please choose how many Bosses:
(Free for 10/10 & Full Gear)
⏳ETA: ~[variable-9855] h. Drop: 246 ilvl
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Regular Raid - Best Price
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Regular Raid - Best Price
Hello again, dear customers and WoW enthusiasts! This is the Librarian Husky, and today we will explain the details of the Shadowlands Heroic Boost of the Sanctum of Domination (SOD) Raid. First, I will answer Frequently asked questions:
What do I receive?
- Gear: Customer will receive 239 item level loot from first eight bosses and 246 ilvl from 2 last.
Ahead of the Curve: Sylvanas Windrunner: Customer will need to Kill the Last Boss of Sanctum of Domination in Heroic Mode before the next raid tier comes live.
Heroic: Sanctum of Domination: The Customer will need to kill ten bosses in Heroic Mode.
Shackles of Fate, The Dark Bastille, The Jailer’s Vanguard: Customer will receive bonus achievement for defeating scary bosses of Upper Tiers, Wings, and Lower Floors accordingly.
- Pets: One or all the unique creatures snorkeling through the raid zone. Fantastic, right? Irongrasp, Eye of Allseeing, Mawsworn Minion
- Legendary(Only for Hunters): Special Class from Developers – Hunters will be only the ones who have a chance to loot an awesome legendary Rae’shalare, Death’s Whisper
What is the Service Estimated Delivery Time?
⏳ ETA: approximate 2-2.5 hours for Full Boost Run: Customer will receive only professional SOD heroic carry. There will be no delays.
What is the Service Start Time?
⏳ Start ETA will entirely depend on the raid schedule. Please choose a comfortable time using the select box called “Raid Schedule” and be online 5-10 minutes before.
What is 10/10 Bosses Personal Loot?
- 10/10 Bosses: Customer will receive Full Sod heroic clear. The raid will kill every Boss. ⚠️ Please notice – we Guarantee Boss kill, but can’t guarantee trash mob kill. Boosters can skip them for sure to make raid faster
- Personal Loot is the default loot System from the Developers. When the Boss is killed, each character in the raid group will loot personal items from it. When the Customer clicks to loot dead Boss, he will see only his Loot. For the Sanctum of Domination Heroic boost, it will mean that no one will trade items to the Customer.
The Loot Trade option will add Loot Traders to the run. According to the ordered amount of traders, Huskyboost will add the same armor-type characters to the raid. These characters will be fully geared and give every trade to the Customer—the perfect option for Gearing.
Items Guarantee option is just inadequate luck protection. Number of guaranteed items is equal to the loot traders number by default. The minimum amount of items the Customer will receive during the Sod Heroic Carry with his loot & Loot trade. For example, if the Customer ordered ten loot traders, we will be guaranteed that he will receive at least ten items. If the Customer receives less, we will do another run for free to fullfill the guarantee
What is the Selfplay Option?
The selfplay option show to Huskyboost, if the Customer wants to participate in the raid and play his character (Selfplay option is checked) or want Huskyboost professional player to log in to the Customer’s account (with Huskycarry 2.0 log in will be performed from the Customer’s Country and city with screenshot proof), and deliver the service (Sefplay option is not checked)
The Best Price for SOD Heroic Boost is guaranteed.
Let us get into the Sanctum of Domination Heroic Boost more deeply.
Raid has ten bosses, and you will be finally able to face off against the terrible Terragrue. We’re sure he has already kicked you out of Torghast more times than you’d like to mention at this point. Please take all of your allies and bring the fight directly back to him. We’ll also be facing off against the creature that is an actual eye of the Jailer. It is finally going to become apparent what it is.
Naturally, the Jailer’s inner sanctum is where some of the worst of the worst souls are sent. We’ll meet several acquaintances in these personal torment chambers. Of course, any raid featuring souls will have our good-old nemesis, Kel’thuzad. And finally, at long last, at the culmination of this instance, we’ll be taking the fight directly to Sylvanas Windrunner, the banshee queen herself.
Our WoW Shadowlands surveillance service has already located that the entrance to the Sanctum of Domination raid, as well as its Heroic version, will be found in the Maw, in the very back of Helgarde Keep. We want to remind you that the gates will open on the 6th of July in US realms and on the next day, the 7th of July, in EU realms. You’ll be able to acquire 239 ilvl gear from the first eight bosses, while the last two will award you 246 item-level equipment. Also, a Feat of Strength will be granted for slaying the final enemy of the instance. A group of 15 people will get three items each from each boss, and the number of things will increase by 1 for every five people added, up to 6 items per boss for a 30-player raid. Since we’ve already mentioned the most important aspects of the update, let’s proceed to the description of the foes we’re going to be facing.
The first boss of the Sanctum of Domination raid will be The Tarragrue and pose a real threat at the heroic level, but not for our Shadowlands boost professionals. It is a giant, a charred behemoth, to be more specific. It has been a real pain in the neck for the players and souls residing in the spire. This behemoth has trampled poor souls into ashes and kicked off countless heroes from the tower.
After dealing with the Tarragrue, we will face The Eye of the Jailer. It has initially been the eye of Odyn, which the Jailer has stolen and twisted. Since ancient times, it has been observing the domain and providing information to the Jailer. There is nothing much known about it, but the fight promises to be a real challenge. In reward, we’ll be able to acquire two pets, Eye of All-seeing, and a rarer one, Eye of Extermination.
The third enemy will not be a single target. That’s because we will be facing The Nine. They are Sylvana’s loyal val’kyrs, who served her for many years. This time, they are willing to sacrifice their very lives to protect the Dark Lady and fight for her for the last time. As the reward for beating the vak’kyr kind, we will be granted a unique mount, Sanctum Gloomcharger’s Reins.
The fourth boss in the SL raid called Sanctum of Domination is not-so heroic Remnant of Ner’zhul, the first Lich King, who wanted to buy the power to carry on with his desires at the price of his soul. That orc, by the way, has failed to prove himself worthy in the eyes of the Jailer. You will have to pass the remnant enclosed in the spiked shadow steel, share its torment and overcome it by defeating the foe to proceed.
Buy Sanctum of Domination carry to complete the raid at heroic level ASAP in SL.
Soulrender Dormazain is the fifth enemy we will be facing. This is an eternal tormenter of souls fueling the Jailer’s warriors with anima, who has not failed to break even a single entity, except for one. Garrosh Hellscream managed to withstand the suffering. It is time to take the tormenter down, once and for all. In reward for beating him, we might get a pet, Irongrasp. And right after that, we’ll face Painsmith Raznal, the sixth foe, who has been creating traps for an eternity. His screams echoing throughout the tower must be stopped.
The seventh boss we’ll fight is Guardian of the First Ones. An entity summoned from a different realm. It seems to be some mechanism, with malfunctions, however. However, this enemy is far from the strongest one in the Sanctum of Domination, especially regarding the heroic raid difficulty. Our WoW masters will handle this SL service like a piece of cake. After we take down the Guardian, another troublesome enemy will take its place. Fatescribe Roh-Kalo, once keeper of secrets of an ancient realm, has been bound by the Jailer, and now, by using the power of Torghast, will attempt to stop us from continuing our journey.
We have passed the first eight relatively unknown bosses, and we are finally nearing the end of the instance. Kel’thuzad is the ninth enemy we’ll face, and he has no intention of letting us through. He will use any means necessary and engage all of his assets to serve his master and stop us. Maybe it all has been a part of his plan? Who knows. But after we beat him, we’ll get Mawsworn Minion, a new addition to the pet collection.
The last boss of the instance is the most fearsome one. Sylvanas, The Windrunner. The Dark Lady. The Banshee Queen. She has many titles and achieved countless deeds, earning the right to be called a hero of Azeroth. We’re sure we’ll encounter some surprise mechanics on the heroic difficulty while facing the final foe of the Sanctum of Domination raid. Still, it will be worth buying a carry in Shadowlands. Will Sylvanas remain faithful to her ideals and Azeroth? Or maybe devs have something else for her in mind? There’s no use wondering. Let’s wait a bit and reveal the truth. After taking her down, we’ll be granted a unique mount, Vengeance’s Reins. Maybe its name means something?
Well, that’s it! We tried to cover all aspects of the instance in the upcoming update. We’ve gathered all the available information so far to give you, our customers, an idea of what to expect. If you feel touched and want to pay us back, there is no need! Order a WoW Raid Boost, and Husky will be more than happy to help you. Feel free to contact us anytime it is convenient for you. Goodbye.