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World Raid Bosses in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria

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Posted October 1, 2012 by Noxxic in Editorials
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World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria is being unearthed more and more every day and players can’t help but notice the random encounters they are having with the all new world raid bosses. Exploring areas like Kun-Lai Summit and Valley of the Four Winds, players have noticed the two world raid bosses available at the moment and those are the Sha of Anger, and Galleon who is carrying a convoy of NPC’s that need to be dispatched. These raid bosses can easily be discovered by following the rules of the lore that surround them.

The Sha of Anger can really appear anywhere where there is a Sha Rift which is basically this plasmatic white and black goo that appears on the ground throughout Pandaria that consist of anger, doubt, dread, fear and all of that fun stuff. He can spawn himself in these pools which really make it interesting since this means he is not just rooted to one area where constant farming will occur and it becomes a matter of who can engage in the fastest amount of time which ends up being fun for nobody. Galleon, on the other hand, it seems you just need to be near a peaceful village or group of people that aren’t bothering anybody because the riders on top of him want to do nothing more than pillage and loot the world of Pandaria. The mechanics for these bosses are not going to be spoiled by me, but what you need to know is that it takes a well-organized ten man team and some gear and some pretty decent gear to stand a chance against these beasts.

The loot that these bosses give is worth the risk so group up with your guild mates or even pick up a random group of people and see what you can do against these monsters.


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  1.  
    jmanx

    I honestly can’t stop bragging about killing this guy haha he has no loot lock! XD




  2.  
    Elitist

    NO LOOT LOCKOUT?!?!?! This is seriously news to me! lol hello farm status





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