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WoW Battle for Azeroth: Where The Entrance to Uldir Is


WoW Battle for Azeroth: Where The Entrance to Uldir Is

Where is the Entrance to Uldir in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth

The first raid in World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is Uldir. Uldir was at one point a research facility that was run by the titans. It was here that the titans conducted experiments on the Old Gods, the Lovecraftian parasites that were sent to corrupt Azeroth while the titan world-souls slept. The titans sought to find a way to kill the Old Gods without destroying Azeroth itself in the process.

Through these experiments deep below Zandalar’s surface, the titans accidentally created G’huun the blood god. This creature holds the power to wipe out all life on Azeroth. Because of its strength the titans turned Uldir into a quarantine zone, where G’huun would be locked behind three incredibly powerful seals scattered across Zandalar. The seal in Vol’dun was destroyed by Mythrax the Unraveler during the Aqir and Troll War, and the seal in Nazmir was destroyed during the Cataclysm leaving only one seal remaining in Dazar’alor in Zuldazar. Through a plot lead by General Jakra’zet and Yazma, the final seal was eventually destroyed by a revived Mythrax, making a way for G’huun to emerge from his prison deep beneath the Underrot of Nazmir. It is up to the champions of Azeroth to defeat this foe and save the world once again.

To get to Uldir, you must first make your way to Nazmir in Zandalar. After this you must head to the central location, and home of the Blood Trolls, The Altar of Rot. From here you will venture deep into the crater, past the entrance to The Underrot, and you will find the opening to Uldir. If you are using a coordinates add-on it should be around (54.19, 63.17) in Nazmir. Now get in there with your strongest friends and defeat all of the horrors that fill Uldir.

If you need help deciding which character you should bring to Uldir check our our guides on the best DPS, Healer, and Tank classes in Battle for Azeroth. For any other questions you may have, be sure to search Twinfinite for other guides or leave a comment telling us what you’d like us to write a guide on.

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