Tol Dagor

From Wowpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Tol Dagor
Tol Dagor loading screen.jpg
End boss
Instance info


Player limit


Tol Dagor exterior.

Tol Dagor is an upcoming dungeon in Battle for Azeroth. It is a prison located in an island east of Tiragarde Sound. Tol Dagor used to be a real prison, but some time ago the Ashvane Trading Company bought it. Now it is Priscilla Ashvane's own personal fortress with scumbags on both sides of the bars.[1]

Adventure Guide

Once a highly maintained prison, Tol Dagor has since been purchased and run by the Ashvane Company. Now, it serves as indefinite holding for any who would oppose the Ashvane Trading Company.

Maps and subregions




Stub.png Please add any available information to this section.

Bosses Monsters NPCs
The Drain
Sodden Depths
The Brig
Detention Block
Officer Quarters
Overseer's Redoubt
Ashvane Armory
Overseer's Redoubt
Overseer's Summit


Boss Item Type
IconSmall Krolusk.gif The Sand Queen Rattling Jar of Eyes Off-Hand
 [Warglaive of the Sand Queen] One-Hand
Wristguards of the Sandswimmer Wrist
Sewer Grate Girdle Waist
IconSmall Worgen Male.gif Jes Howlis Gnawed Iron Fetters Feet
Improvised Riot Shield Shield
Turncoat's Cape Back
Jes' Howler Trinket
IconSmall Human Female.gif Knight Captain Valyri Cincture of the Azerite Arsenal Waist
Gunpowder-Scoured Sabatons Feet
Ignition Mage's Fuse Trinket
Sure-Grip Munition Handlers Hands
Wild Pyromancer's Trousers Legs
IconSmall Human Male.gif Overseer Korgus Flashpowder Hood Head
Inmate's Straight Robe Chest
Ashvane Warden's Cuirass Chest
Cannoneer's Mantle Shoulder
Cannonball Hurdler Trinket

Notes & trivia

  • During alpha, the quest A [110] Out Like Flynn said that the Ashvanes threw anyone in; people they didn't like, people they wanted to keep quiet.
  • Tol Dagor shares a number of similarities with the Vault of the Wardens from Legion. Both are prisons which first serve as part of the starting experience, then later dungeons for their respective expansions.
  • Tol Dagor is named similarly as Tol Barad, which used to be owned by Kul Tiras, which is also why it shares a similar architecture.
    • Much like Tol Barad, the name "Tol Dagor" is derived from the Quenya and Sindarin languages created by J. R. R. Tolkien for his legendarium. "Tol" is Quenya and Sindarin for "island" while "dagor" is Sindarin for "battle". "Tol Dagor" would thus mean "The Island of the Battle" in Sindarin.


  1. ^ A [110] Out Like Flynn