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The Nighthold, as the largest structure in the Broken Isles and among the grandest in all of Azeroth, stands as a testament to the achievements of the nightborne civilization. Centered around the Nightwell, the fount of arcane power that has sustained Suramar for centuries, these grounds were built as a haven from the worries of the world. This is the palace from which Grand Magistrix Elisande runs the city of Suramar. She has brokered a deal with the Burning Legion to allow them to use a portion of the Nightwell energy.
The largest structure in the Broken Isles, and among the grandest in all of Azeroth, the Nighthold stands as a testament to the achievements of the nightborne civilization. Centered around the Nightwell, the fount of arcane energy that has sustained Suramar for centuries, these grounds were built as a haven from the worries of the world. But as a felstorm churns above the former temple of Elune across the bay, and Gul'dan himself now resides within the palace's walls, those worry now begin, not end, here.
|Date opened||Mode||Wing/bosses||Required achievement|
|1/24||Raid Finder||Skorpyron, Chronomatic Anomaly, Trilliax||Arcing Aqueducts|
|2/7||Raid Finder||Spellblade Aluriel, Star Augur Etraeus, High Botanist Tel'arn||Royal Athenaeum|
|2/21||Raid Finder||Krosus, Tichondrius, Elisande||Nightspire|
|3/7||Raid Finder||Gul'dan||Betrayer's Rise|
|The Nightwell · Arcing Depths · The Nighthold · Shal'Dorei Terrace · Captain's Quarters · Astromancer's Rise · Eternal Observatory · Elisande's Reach · The Shattered Walkway · The Nightspire · Elisande's Quarters · Font of Night|
- Arcing Aqueducts
- Royal Athenaeum
- Betrayer's Rise
- Mythic: Skorpyron
- Mythic: Chronomatic Anomaly
- Mythic: Trilliax
- Mythic: Spellblade Aluriel
- Mythic: Star Augur Etraeus
- Mythic: High Botanist Tel'arn
- Mythic: Krosus
- Mythic: Tichondrius
- Mythic: Elisande
- Mythic: Gul'dan
The tier 19 set pieces drop from bosses in the Nighthold.
- This location was called Suramar Palace in the original announcement.
- With the Nighthold, the designers wanted to offer a raid environment that was both beautiful and deadly, in contrast to the darkness and oppressiveness of the other raids.
- Patch 7.0.3 (2016-07-19): Added.