On PTR, the second week of World of Warcraft's Shadowlands pre-patch, it also brings back familiar Northrend bosses that players must defeat.

World of Warcraft players have been busy fighting Naga, N'Zoth's forces, and even the other faction in Azeroth, which has been going on for two years. According to the news, the upcoming Shadowlands pre-patch finally mixes things up with a familiar threat that heroes must fight back. At that time, not only the unconscious undead already known in the Vanilla WOW Gold community will wreak havoc in Azeroth, but also confirmed in PTR. Other enemies who have turned back in the past.

In the years leading up to the Third War, the Cult of the Damned was formed by Kel'Thuzad to serve the Lich King's diabolical plans. This Scourge organization was responsible for unleashing the plague in Lordaeron during Warcraft 3 and would become major antagonists alongside the more powerful undead in vanilla World of Warcraft through Wrath of the Lich King. Though the cult had become a non-factor after Arthas' defeat, it seems both they and other high-ranking Scourge have now returned under the Jailer's command.

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Although the activity before the main patch comes out will involve fighting zombies, in order to stop this endless wave, the story exploration will still bring players back to Northrend. During Icecrown’s expedition, rare elites pre-released in the patch are sometimes generated in the area. Each rare is an old boss from various WotLK dungeons and raids such as Skadi the Ruthless, Patchwerk, and Blood Queen Lana'thel. These resurrected undead foes can put up a fight, but are nowhere as complex as the instanced versions and drop several pieces of their original gear upgraded to endgame BfA levels.

With the release of WotLK to the final attack on Icecrown Citadel, the return of many instance bosses allows old players to relive memories of the past. On the other hand, World of Warcraft players who started in more recent expansions can finally fight these enemies in a group like they were originally intended instead of just soloing them nowadays due to level gaps. Every rare spawns with its original aggro quote and drops other lines throughout their fight, meaning all heroes will understand those that achieved meme status in the community like Professor Putricide's "good news" and Falric's "despair" soon enough.

Finally, players should understand what immortal threats are waiting for them during the second week of the Shadowlands patch campaign. Although these are not coming soon in the update itself, Shadowlands is still scheduled to be released in 2020, so it may still be pre-patched as early as late September or early October. So far, there is still a lot of work to be done, including a few things left in Shadowlands. Players can strengthen themselves in this gap and use Cheap WOW Classic Goldd to obtain powerful equipment. There should be what you need on MMOWTS, they are not only cheap but also good service. Players will experience the game in the near future.