Similarly to the Black Temple and Mount Hyjal, players will be assisted by a special raid-only faction: the Ashen Verdict. Teleportation devices placed in various points inside the Citadel will allow raiders to quickly move around the enormous building, and Alchemist Finklestein, Ashen Verdict Quartermaster, will aid in ensuring that player armor is always at its maximum durability.
Icecrown Citadel is split into four sections since release, in the following order: The Lower Spire (the first four bosses), the Plagueworks (the next three), the Crimson Hall (the next two), and Frostwing Halls (the last three). There was a period of some weeks after the opening of the first section before going on into the second. The Lich King may not be fought until Professor Putricide, Blood-Queen Lana’thel and Sindragosa are dead. Any heroic modes may not be attempted until the Lich King has been defeated on normal mode, and you cannot face the Lich King on heroic mode during that week’s lockout unless you defeat Putricide, Lana’thel, and Sindragosa on heroic mode.
The time came and Wotlk’s Realms are updated with the new Core. Thanks to Warmane for their hard job about a full rewrite of the scripts, the base and the core and that anything is possible thanks to them. if I’m honest, I do not expect that at last, we will all see a fully worked Icecrown Citadel, but I hope that in time it will happen. In this guide, I will try to give the main things for each encounter of Icecrown Citadel as I hope it will help to many people. With some of the information, of course, I helped myself with internet like spells, some boss abilities and etc. As a whole in recent days I looked quite different guides like sifting information from them which was good, eliminating another that was not explained well or generally lacked separately I added my thoughts.
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