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Echo take down Raszageth, win third consecutive WoW Race to World First

Europe's top WoW team became the first guild in the world to clear the Vault of Avatars earlier today, by winning the Dragonflight expansion's first RWF event.

WoW Race to World First
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 26, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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For the third time in a row, Echo Esports has won the World of Warcraft Race to World First. Europe’s top WoW team became the first guild in the world to clear the Vault of Avatars earlier today, by winning the Dragonflight expansion’s first RWF event.After winning the previous two races in the Shadowlands, Echo begins right where she left off in Dragonflight. Just as Complexity Limit booked Battle for Azeroth and the Shadowlands with consecutive RWF wins, Echo has now done the same as competitive WoW moves into a new era.If you need more information about win third consecutive WoW Race to World First then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Echo take down Raszageth, win third consecutive WoW Race to World First :

Overall, it pulled off the Echo 265 to topple Rassageth. His raid-capping kill was the only World First boss kill achieved by the guild during Raid Tier. Four were claimed by Liquid and the other two were earned by Vesper.This Race to World First was changed dramatically just before the first raid reset, after Blizzard handed out nerfs to Raid’s final boss, Raszgeth, quickly realizing that the boss’s first stage might be overtuned.

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After the Nerfs went down, both Echo and their main rivals Liquid began to make significant progress on the boss, and it became clear that there would be a kill coming in the coming days. Unlike the Sepulchre of the First Ones, which took 19 days to complete, the Vault of the Incarnations was wrapped in only 10 days.

Many WoW fans were of the belief that the impending Christmas holiday may have had something to do with the timing of the nerfs given to Russzgeth. It became clear that the game’s top players will continue to raid over the holidays if they keep up their current pace and the boss remains untouched.Thankfully, Rassageth’s power had decreased significantly, allowing Echo (and Liquid for that matter) to climb out of the previously impassable wall that was the first stage of the boss. Once both teams broke through the first halftime of the fight, progress began to accelerate. Ultimately, it was Echo who made the biggest strides in terms of overall boss progress.

Additional nerfs were also applied to Raszageth, along with Echo’s ultimate bridge. Blizzard markedly reduced boss damage during the third phase of the fight, making the closing moments of the encounter much easier. The boss’s soft-tempered ability, Raging Storm, had its enclosure speed reduced, giving players a more forgiving window of DPS.These nerfs may have played a factor in Echo’s ability to easily kill the boss and take such a huge step in terms of progress during her final pull.

Echo’s final pull was miles clearer than any other pull done during the race. All 20 players were alive at the time of the kill and Echo eliminated any mistakes that had plagued him in his previous attempts, breaking eight full percentage points of progress from Raszgeth.Echo’s effectiveness in final bosses is nothing new. With only 265 bridges, Echo defeated Rassageth relatively easily. Liquid, who haven’t started raiding for today yet, would be looking to get a world-second and have already done 349 laps deep. During the First One Race to the Sepulchre, Echo downed The Jailer in just 277 bridges.

The next WoW: Dragonflight Raid, along with the next Race to World First, will arrive in spring 2023, Blizzard has announced. Echo will try to become the first WoW guild since Method in 2018 to win four consecutive races at Worlds

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