Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim | Demon Hunter Artifact Questline

Battlelord Gaardoun: Even as we speak, the Legion’s dark masters fashion new horrors in hopes that they might destroy us – especially you. You must increase your own power as well. The Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim, our greatest treasure from taking the Fel Hammer, waits in the chamber ahead. You can use it to further empower your blades and maintain our edge over the enemy.

Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim


Quest Objectives

Use the Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim to empower your artifact.



Battlelord Gaardoun: Move you fools! Show the Master some respect!


Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim






Battlelord Gaardoun: Such power! The Legion’s armies will fall before you in droves.


Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim

The first video below shows the Havoc demon hunter version. The second video afterwards covers the Vengeance (Tank) demon hunter.



1. Call of the Illidari7. Power of the Master (Havoc) | Vengeance Will Be Ours (Vengeance)
2. The Power to Survive - (Havok | Vengeance)8. Trusted Lieutenant (Havoc only)
3. Making Arrangements (Havoc) | Asking a Favor (Vengeance)9. Spoils of Victory (Havoc only)
4. By Any Means (Havoc) | Ask and you shall receive (Vengeance)10. Cursed Forge of the Nathrezim (Havoc & Vengeance)
5. The Hunt (Havoc) | Return to Jace (Vengeance)11. The Master's Gaze
6. Return to Mardum (Havoc) | Establish a Connection (Vengeance)12. Time is of the Essence
Class Artifacts Questlines


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