World Of Warcraft New Boss Hides in its Oldest Dungeons

If you’re a hardcore WoW player, it’s possible that you’ve either seen or died at the hands of a powerful boss found deep in the Gnomeregan dungeon after summoning him. If you haven’t summoned him by now, it’s probably for the best. If the whole dying thing has frustrated you, maybe you’ll find comfort in the fact that you’re not the only one that has gone through this. It appears that because of this new world boss, more players have died recently in that dungeon than within the last few years. This new and powerful boss is named Endgineer Omegaplugg and was introduced to the game only a couple of days ago, since a redditor by the screen name of Nexeoes showed everybody how to summon him. And it’s not that easy. First of all, any player that wants to summon him, has to be level 110. Anything lower than this will not work. Once you work out the level situation, go to the final boss of the Gnomeregan dungeon, Mekgineer Thermaplugg and kill him. As soon as he is dead, go and check behind the first column on the left. There will be a button there that says: “Push me!” Push it, of course, and the Endgineer Omegaplugg will reveal himself in the middle of the room. The boss is huge and has 208 million hit points which is pretty difficult to beat for a player that is only at the 110 level. He also hits his adversaries with a number of weapons like bombs and many other strange things. Upon his death, he drops a Vial of Gree Goo which transforms the user into a leper gnome. Overall, players were annoyed that the met their death quickly at the hands of this massive boss. On the other hand, most of them praised the fact that there are interesting hidden features within the game and they can’t wait to see more.

11 thoughts on “World Of Warcraft New Boss Hides in its Oldest Dungeons

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    Stuff like this has been one of my favorite things about this expansion. They’ve built up a massive world over the past 12 or so years but it largely sat unused when new content came out. This makes the world feel so much more alive

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    I was confused a little by what I saw on MMO champ for this… is it somehow part of the halloween event or are we to assume this is just one of the many secrets in Legion that the devs said people hadn’t found yet and we can expect it to stick around?

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    I appreciate them making old content relevant again and I can’t wait until Karazahn but they are killing me with the release dates. The new season of Diablo 3 is starting about the same time as Karazahn comes out and I want to do both. I wish there was at least a 1 month gap after Karazahn before the new D3 season drops or vice-versa.

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    It’s really cool – but it’s also not working. Pretty sure Asmon just bugged it out when he got his toy… at the moment the buttons around the outside just open back up

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    As a former Horde player I’ve really just waltzed in there once or twice to see what’s up, but I’ve never done the instance legit at the right level and I probably only pressed the button once during my first visit.

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    Am I the only one who is stoked about this, not because it’s a neat Easter egg, but because I’ve been pushing that damn button for 10 years (yes, it’s been there the whole time) and now it *finally* does something?

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    Here’s the thing, I don’t run Gnomeregan that often, because I’m not big on making alts, so it usually does take me by surprise.

    I also don’t understand why people queue up for a dungeon while leveling and want to skip half of it.

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    Yeah, a lot of the vanilla dungeons were like that. Sprawling, confusing, overly long messes.

    Wailing Caverns? Maraudon? Ughhhhhhhhhhh

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    you mean “It helps that every time you get Gnomeregan, everyone skips shit by jumping down”, your the minority if you don’t see that coming by the second time.

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    Doesn’t help that every time you get Gnomeregan, the tank wants to skip shit by jumping down without telling anyone. I hate that place so much.

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    I like how they’re using some of the older zones and dungeons. It’s kind of a cool idea. My shaman campaign sent me to Silithus the other day. Worst zone ever, but it was kinda cool for nostalgia.

    Have to say, though, I absolutely hate Gnomeregan. I always found the layout really confusing, although the idea is pretty cool. It’s interesting to see how Blizzard’s dungeon design has changed over the years.

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