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The Nigthborne leader Grand Magistrix Elisande has betrayed her own people, disdained some and put them into exile. A rebellion started due to her siding with the Burning Legion. The leader of the rebellion is somebody that you may be familiar with.
First Arcanist Thalysraa. She is the one leading the charge against the Legion and Nightborne forces willing to risk her own life in the process. A Nighthold boost is something that you would want to consider to see how the epic story between the two sides concludes.
The Nighhold will have twelve bosses within the dungeon and the last of them is none other than Gul’dan himself. The main mastermind of the past expansion WoD will finally be defeated within the Nighthold. Nighthold boosting will be more relevant than ever with the release of the raid.
The raid will be the hardest of the Legion expansion so far. It has more bosses than emerald night mare and trial of valor combined. Nighthold boosting will also give you tier gear which increases your characters power exponentially. Tier gear is a game changer and is the first time that we will see it released in Legion.

The Nighthold Heroic Personal Master Loot Run

One of the expected raid dungeopns – The Nighthold will be started on January 18.2017. In the Nighthold you will battle against ten new bosses who have unique abilities. Each boss drops armor items with different item levels starting from 885 and higher and also new Tier Armor Set (6 items in set), which can be taken from tier set token for every class . For your convenience we’ve prepared a Heroic loot run service with personal loot system. Do not forget about Seals of Broken Fate which grant you a chance for bonus drop! From our experience a player, on average, gets about 5 items including ones from bonus rolls with Seals of Broken Fate. You can buy seals in Dalaran near the Violet Hold. Remember, you will also have a higher chance to get a legendary on Heroic difficulty.

World of warcraft Legion: The Nighthold

The Nighthold is Legion’s third raid, opening on January 17th. There are ten boss encounters and we have strategy guides covering the bosses and their trash on all difficulties: Skorpyron, Chronomatic Anomaly, Trilliax, Spellblade Aluriel, Star Augur Etraeus, High Botanist Tel’arn, Krosus, Tichondrius, Elisande, and Gul’dan.
The Nighthold is a partially non-linear raid. Players must defeat Skorpyron, Chronomatic Anomaly, and Trilliax, and Spellblade Aluriel in that order to access four bosses which can be killed in any order. Players will likely kill these in the following order: Star Augur Etraeus, High Botanist Tel’arn, Krosus, Tichondrius. From there, the remaining two bosses must be defeated in order: Elisande, and Gul’dan.
Nighthold bosses drop Tier 19 armor: Elisande Helm, Krosus Chest, Tichondrius Shoulder, Star Augur Etraeus Gloves, Gul’dan Legs, Trilliax Cloak.
The boss loot from Nighthold increases in ilvl as you progress farther through the instance.
Skorpyron, Chronomatic Anomaly and Trilliax are ilvl 855 LFR, ilvl 870 Normal, ilvl 885 Heroic, and ilvl 900 Mythic.
Spellblade Aluriel, Tichondrius, Krosus, High Botanist Tel’arn, Star Augur Etraeus, Elisande are ilvl 860 LFR, ilvl 875 Normal, ilvl 890 Heroic, and ilvl 905 Mythic.
Gul’dan is ilvl 865 LFR, ilvl 880 Normal, ilvl 895 Heroic, and ilvl 910 Mythic.
The Nighthold Raid has no attunement requirements.

World of Warcraft Legion: Tier 19 Armor Sets of All Classes

This guide lists all of the Tier 19 armor variations: Mythic, Heroic, Normal, LFR, PvP Elite, Alliance, and Horde. We’ve provided links to the tier items, their set bonuses, as well as videos, screenshots, and modelviewer pages of the Tier appearances.
For other armor appearances added in Legion, check out the Transmog Set Database for Legion Questing, Legion Dungeons, Class Hall Sets, and Legion Season 1.

Grand Magistrix Elisande

Grand Magistrix Elisande is the ruler of Suramar and as such leader of the nightborne elves on the Broken Isles. She has recently allied herself with the Burning Legion during their third invasion of Azeroth.

Gul’dan

For the character featured in the Warcraft movie, see Gul’dan (film universe).
For the character from an alternate universe, see Gul’dan (alternate universe).
For Gul’dan’s Warcraft II statistics, see Gul’dan (Warcraft II). For the Warcraft III statistics, see Warcraft III units.
Neutral Gul’dan
Image of Gul’dan
Title Darkness Incarnate, Destroyer of Dreams, Betrayer of the Orcs,
Great Betrayer
Gender Male
Race Orc
Character class Warlock, Necrolyte, Necromancer, Shaman (formerly)
Affiliation(s) Stormreaver clan, Independent
Former affiliation(s) Shadow Council, Burning Legion, Old Horde, Shadowmoon clan
Occupation Master of the Shadow Council, Chieftain of the Stormreaver clan
Location Died in the Tomb of Sargeras
Status Deceased
Mentor(s) Ner’zhul, Kil’jaeden
Student(s) Cho’gall
“I am Gul’dan… I am darkness incarnate. I will not be denied.”
—The History of Orcish Ascension
Gul’dan was a former orc shaman from Draenor who became the first orcish warlock as well as the de facto founder of the Orcish Horde. Abandoning the ways of shamanism and betraying both his people and his mentor to the demon lord Kil’jaeden for personal gain and power, Gul’dan was directly responsible for the orcs’ fall to demonic enslavement as well as for the Horde’s invasion of Azeroth.Tutored by the lord of the Burning Legion, he became the founder and master of the Shadow Council as well as the original creator of the necromantic terrors known as death knights.He often referred to himself as “Darkness Incarnate” and “The Destroyer of Dreams.Gul’dan is considered one of the most powerful warlocks to have ever existed.