Throne of the Tides is a dungeon whose entrance is located in Vashj'ir in the World of Warcraft game. The minimum level for this dungeon is 80. The main anagonist race in this dungeon are Naga. The instance was released in the Cataclysm expansion. The dungeon contains 4 bosses. The end boss of Throne of the Tides is Ozumat.
The location for the dungeon is situated at the bottom of the whirlpool in the Abyssal Breach part of the zone. When you reach the whirlpool, you'll be sucked down to the bottom, don't worry, you won't die.
At the side of the entrance is a Draenei female who can port you back out of the whirlpool once you have finished. She'll port you to the top of the whirlpool and then you'll have to make the rest of the way back on your own. You can always HS out though which will work.
Lady Naz'jar is an easy boss if you know what you're doing. Lady Naz'jar has snakes in her hair like Medusa but unlike Medusa, you can look at this boss. Her snakes don't attack as they are nothing more than an aesthic thing.
During the fight, she'll become immune to attack but her minions will appear and attack. To make the Lady vulnerable again, simply kill the adds. When the adds come, you need to be careful as she'll throw a water sprout towards you, if you get hit, you'll receive damage and also be unable to attack. The minions will be able to attack but you can't respond. If you aren't high enough, the immune to attack phase will occur a couple of times.
Once you have killed the boss, return back the way you came. There will be a gate blocking your path with controls by the side to click on to open the door. When someone clicks on the controls, the game will show a short animation which can be cancelled by pressing the Esc key. When you step into the next room, the next boss encounter begins straightaway, there's no trash to kill.
This boss encounter is in the first room after the previous boss, there is no trash to kill first. The tank should kit the boss the round the room as Ulthok will poison the ground. The poison can be avoided but you do need to keep moving. The poison ground will grown slightly but not much so make sure you keep moving out of the way.
When you killed him, you either need to use the Teleporter which is immediately outside the combat room or you run back to the start, using the lift. A third way is to teleport in and out of the dungeon if you're in a LFG group for it.
This is an optional boss and as such, most LFG groups will bypass it unless they are trying to get some loot or a quest. The actual boss is the squid that is on the forgottens head, Mindbender Ghur'sha. You need to nuke Erunak to fifty percent when Erunak becomes to weak for Ghur'sha then leaves the body. Ghur'sha will attack the tank leaving Erunak to meditate once its dead.
Be sure to clear all the trash on the tunnel to the boss. The door will open when the two large water elemental are killed. The large character in the middle is a play on the Roman God for Water, Neptune. Neptulon is not the final boss but he is the person you talk to to start the encounter. Ozumat is a giant squid on the outside that is attacking the buble Neptulon lives in.
Stage 1 - Simply kite and kill all the Murlocs and the other creatures that will attack and damage the boss.
Stage 2 - Kill the three monsters that are positioned around the room with ray streams pointing at the boss. In addition there are blight creatures which will attack and follow the group. The ones with the rays don't move but the Blights will move so the tank needs to pick up the Blight Creatures whilst the dps kill the stationary monsters then the Blights.
Stage 3 - To show his gratitude, Neptulon will boost everyone and make them larger. The target is Ozumat who is clinging onto the end of the room, simply nuke the hell out of the boss to complete the dungeon,