Patch 3.3.5

26 Feb

Patch: 3.3.5
New raid: The Ruby Sanctum, inside Wyrmrest Temple, Dragonblight
Bosses: Halion the Twilight Destroyer, and his drakes:
– Baltharus the Warborn
– General Zarithrian
– Saviana Ragefire

Rewards: All-new loot
Drakes will only drop an Emblem of Frost
Same item levels as in Icecrown Citadel

Zarhym said:
As we prepare for the public testing phase of minor content patch 3.3.3, some players might come across information regarding upcoming content that isn’t yet available. To avoid any confusion, we’d like to tell you about an exciting new raid dungeon we are working on for content patch 3.3.5.

The Ruby Sanctum

A powerful war party of the Black Dragonflight, led by the fearsome Twilight dragon, Halion, have launched an assault upon the Ruby Sanctum beneath Wyrmrest Temple. By destroying the sanctum, the Black Dragonflight look to crush those that would stand in the way of their master’s reemergence into Azeroth and to ultimately shatter the Wyrmrest Accord – the sacred bond that unites the dragonflights.

The battle that is to come will surely deal a crippling blow to the Red Dragonflight, however, it is up to you to stop this unprecedented offensive and defend the Ruby Sanctum. First you must face the assault of Halion’s servants, Saviana Ragefire, Baltharus the Warborn, and General Zarithrian, before squaring off against Halion the Twilight Destroyer, a new and deadly force in this realm.

The Ruby Sanctum will feature 10- and 25-player content, Heroic difficulties and all-new rewards! Stay tuned for more information as we get closer to its release.

Not a whole lot of information there, but not too bad either. Looks like we’ll have another raid ready to go before Cataclysm hits, which makes me think we might be leaning more towards that November date for it’s release after all since we know of at least 2 patches now before it hits.

I’m looking forward to it, personally.

1 Comment

Posted by on February 26, 2010 in Patch Notes, World of Warcraft



One response to “Patch 3.3.5

  1. Triskell

    February 26, 2010 at 10:25 AM

    From a sheer marketing perspective Late Oct/Nov makes all the sense in the world. After the summer months when everyone is on vacation and may not be playing as much, and gets things geared up for the holiday shopping season in North America so as to allow for big marketing push to get not onlyexisting players, but also lapsed players, as well as new players.


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