Lord of the Spire | Patch 7.3

Lord Nath’raxas rules over this hold as thanks for his role in delivering Argus to the Legion many years ago.

Make no mistake, he is powerful, but he has also grown overconfident in his seat.

Take advantage of his hubris and make use of the warframe’s firepower while you can. We will storm the courtyard shortly!



Defeat Lord Nath’raxas.

Lord of the Spire



Note: This quest starts after completing the quest Dawn of Justice. The quest Lord of the Spire simply pops onscreen (beneath the mini-map).

High Exarch Turalyon: Lord Nath’raxas lies in the spire ahead. Take him down!

We will be upon the courtyard shortly to finish them off. For Azeroth!

Location: Nath’raxas Spire

Lord Nath’raxas: You ally yourselves with the traitorous draenei and their Light, yet it leaves you so weak. This hold is but an echo of the grandeur of Antorus. I eagerly await your agonized screams resonating through its halls. Your hubris overcomes you. With my death, he will come…


Prophet Velen: The day is ours! We await you outside, (name).



Location: The Vindicaar

High Exarch Turalyon: So what Magni saw was true. Aggramar lives once more… in the service of Sargeras.

Alleria Windrunner: The power at their command is immeasurable. The Vindicaar cannot withstand their assault.

Illidan Stormrage: The titan soul of Argus is the key to breaking the Legion. Our defenses must hold long enough to destroy it… or Sargeras wins.



High Exarch Turalyon: By the Light…


Lord of the Spire


Argus Zones


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