How to get Attunement to Serpentshrine Cavern? – WoW Burning Crusade Classic

WoW Burning Crusade has been divided into several phases that will launch separately and unlock a huge part of the content from the TBC classic. Serpentshrine Cavern is a TBC raid that will be added into the game in phase 2. But before it starts you need to learn How to get Attunement to Serpentshrine Cavern in WoW Burning Crusade Classic.

Serpentshrine Cavern is the final wing of Coilfang Reservoir, where Lady Vashj has made her watery lair. It is a 25-man raid instance with six bosses. Tier 5 leg, helm, and glove tokens drop from this instance.

Serpentshrine Cavern is the first raid of Phase 2 of Classic Burning Crusade. If you want to enter the Serpentshrine Cavern raid you will need to complete the attunement chain. Completing both Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep attunements grants players the title <Name>, Champion of the Naaru.

Serpensthrine Cavern Attunement Chain

  1. Enter the Slave Pens in Heroic Mode and locate Skar’this the Heretic, who is being held captive in a cage shortly after defeating the first boss.
  2. Complete the questline he offers. The final quest, The Cudgel of Kar’desh, requires that you slay Gruul the Dragonkiller in Gruul’s Lair and Nightbane in Karazhan.
  3. Take the Signets you find on their corpses, the Earthen Signet and the Blazing Signet respectively, and return them to Skar’this. He will then cast The Mark of Vashj on you, which will allow you to enter Serpentshrine Cavern.

Even though this attunement description is correct Serpensthrine Cavern Attunement Chain was canceled on June 19, 2007. So we will know whether players need it or not when WoW Burning Crusade Classic phase 2 launches.

The steps are understood and clear, but it may take time to complete all the steps of the chain. Still you can already farm needed reputations. Read our guide WoW Burning Crusade Classic Reputation and Factions List. It can help you with this task.

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