Everything You Need to Know About WoW Shadowlands Season 3

Shadowlands Season 3 is finally underway, and players have a lot to sift through.

Now that you’ve had a taste of Eternity’s End since its release last week in World of Warcraft, we’re sure you’re just as excited as we are for the third season of the Shadowlands expansion and the highly anticipated raid that comes with it. Eternity’s End began with the introduction of the Zerith Mortis, a new quest content which allows players to farm WoW TBC gold, and the continued chase for the Jailer. The update is certainly a beefy one, offering new features and additions that touch all corners of the play experience. But now, we’re headed to the final season of Shadowlands, and you have the opportunity to start collecting brand new, never-before-seen rewards. Plus, the much-awaited Tazavesh: The Veiled Market is finally open to the public. Of course, we can’t forget about the launch of the new brawl, Solo Shuffle, either.

The Sepulcher of the First Ones Raid

The Sepulcher of the First Ones has already arrived at the beginning of March 2022 (Normal and Heroic difficulty), but come March 8, the remaining three bosses, which includes Anduin Wrynn, will be available to all. This raid in World of Warcraft is located in Zereth Mortis; those who are interested in participating must be at least level 60. The raid contains 11 bosses, with the end boss being the Jailer. If you’re looking to farm TBC items, this is the place.

The Sepulcher of the First Ones can be played at Mythic difficulty (alongside Normal and Heroic) after March 8. The story here is that the Jailer has broken through the Sepulcher with the intent to control its ancient power and decide the fate of the world of Azeroth.

There’s more to be unlocked for the raid, down below is a schedule of when to expect new content to come out for the Sepulcher of the First Ones.

  • March 1 – Marks the launch of Sepulcher of the First Ones, available only in two difficulty modes. The three bosses who are are Rygelon, Lords of the Dread, and The Jailer will not be available in this first week.
  • March 8 – The three bosses mentioned above will be available starting this week. The raid can now be done in Normal, Heroic, and Mythic difficulty (including all bosses). Raid Finder Wing 1: Ephemeral Plains will also be available for this week.
  • March 22 – Raider Finder Wing 2: Cornerstone of Creation is unlocked.
  • April 5 – Raid Finder Wing 3: Domination’s Grasp is unlocked.
  • April 19 – Raid Finder Wing 4: The Grand Design can be accessed.

Taking A Day Trip to Tazavesh: The Veiled Market

In this new eight-boss Mythic difficulty mega-dungeon, you can discover unique wares, meet extraordinary creatures, and round up a party. Tazavesh: The Veiled Market is a bazaar that’s chock full of mysterious brokers. Here, you’ll be pitted against deadly guards, a pirate dragon (yes, they do exist), lethal assassins, and other various enemies as you chase down a broker before they manage to unleash the hidden power of an artifact that they initially stole for their desires. Rewards for this Mythic-only instance include loot such as pets, mounts, and an assortment of weaponry that’s worth a pretty penny. To gain access to this mega-dungeon, you must first complete a series of quests. You can start the questline by talking with the Innkeeper, Host Ta’rela, who’s located in The Idyllia section of Oribos.

Tazavesh: The Veiled Market is available for Heroic and Mythic difficulties and happens in two parts, one with five bosses, and the other part having three.

Solo Shuffle Brawl

Solo Shuffle Brawl is one of the earlier content releases for Shadowlands Season 3, considering it was released with Eternity’s End in Patch 9.2. The game’s first solo queue-only PvP feature pits six players – four DPS and two tanks or healers – against one another in a special three-versus-three arena mode. Take note that you can only queue up for the brawl alone, thereby introducing the first pseudo solo queue in World of Warcraft. In the brawl, you’ll go through six rounds of matches and shuffle between teams. Essentially, Solo Shuffle Brawl is Blizzard’s answer to solo queue, but there are a few distinct differences to it compared to the regular arena formula. Unlike arena, the first team to kill an opponent in Solo Shuffle wins the round. Mana regeneration is also further restricted, and if a player leaves, the match is resolved as if that player lost every round. This even will be permanently available to World of Warcraft.


World of Warcraft Shadowlands Season 3 is filled to the brim with content that every WoW fan is hyped for at this point, considering that it doesn’t exactly get regular updates compared to other MMOs. At the very least, this gives hardcore veterans more reason to continue farming WoW TBC gold. What do you think about Eternity’s End and the third season for the expansion? Let us know down below!

Huynh Nguyen

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