Atal'Dazar is a dungeon whose entrance is located in Zuldazar on the continent of Zandalar in the World of Warcraft game. The level range for the normal dungeon is 110-120. The dungeon contains 4 bosses. The end boss of Atal'Dazar is Yazma.
Atal'Dazar is the easier of the two dungeons located in western Zuldazar whereas the other one is Mythic only at the start of the expansion. If you are moving there on foot, make sure you enter the correct one or you might be fighting the mythic dungeon instead.
The boss is relatively easy, you need to move out of the aoe damage and target the boss. During the fight, you will be prompted to move towards the tainted blood that drops then move out.
When the fight starts, he'll be in the middle of a triangle with totems on each corner. The priority for phase 1 is to destroy the totems and ignore the boss. You need to destroy all the totems at roughly the same time to progress to stage 2. Each dps should target an individual totem not all target the same totem. He's immune until the totems are down.
During stage 2, he'll drop a lot of damage in areas around the fight scene, you need to keep him moving and attacking to kill him.
Rezan is a giant dinosaur that stalks his ground in the centre of the first section of the dungeon. To access the boss, you need to jump down from the upper levels. The main thing to worry about here is his scream which will fear the players.
The tank needs to position Rezan near a post so that when Rezan is about to fear, everyone runs behind the post to prevent themselves being feared. Rezan will call upon smaller dinosaurs to add him so it is imperative that you hide behind the post so that you can be ready for the adds.
For an end boss, this is pretty easy. You just need to nuke down the boss as quickly and efficiently as possible. When the spiders spawn, you can safely ignore these and concentrate on the boss.
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