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The Eye is het binnenste paleis van Tempest Keep in Netherstorm. Het is de huidige verblijfplaats van Kael'thas Sunstrider. In-game word het "Tempest Keep" genoemd.


  • Locatie: Tempest Keep, Netherstorm, Outland
  • Speleraantal: 25
  • Level: 70
  • Final Boss: Kael'thas Sunstrider
  • Vrijgegeven: toegevoegd in de Burning Crusade
  • Key : The Tempest Key (No longer needed to enter as of 2.1.2)
  • Tokens for Tier 5 shoulders and chest drop in the The Eye.


The Eye.jpg
View of the Entrance.
  • Al'ar (Phoenix God)
  • High Astromancer Solarian
  • Void Reaver
  • Kael'thas Sunstrider


As with SSC, the trash respawn timer is 2 hours.


  • Apprentice Star Scryer (cc)
  • Astromancer (cc)
  • Star Scryer (cc)
  • Bloodwarder Legionnaire (cc)
  • Tempest-Smith (cc)
  • Bloodwarder Vindicator
  • Bloodwarder Marshal
  • Bloodwarder Squire
  • Astromancer Lord
  • Novice Astromancer
  • Tempest Falconer


  • Phoenix-Hawk Hatchling (cc)
  • Phoenix-Hawk


  • Crystalcore Devastator
  • Crystalcore Sentinel


  • Crystalcore Mechanic (cc)

Phoenix Hall

TK Phoenix Hall.jpg
Packs One, Three, and Four.

The first pack of 6 mobs you'll encounter is a pack of crowd controllable mobs, combined with 1-2 Vindicators. Crowd control the adds, then focus on the vindicators. These may heal, but their heals are weak enough to simply ignore. The vindicators also have a cleanse, so CCers should pay close attention to the mobs they're in charge of. Packs three and four have varying mobs and NPC types.

  • Apprentice Star Scryer (cc)
  • Bloodwarder Legionnaire (cc)
  • Astromancer (cc)
  • Star Scryer (cc)
  • Bloodwarder Vindicator

A kill order that worked well for us was Vindicator, Apprentice Star Scryer, Legionnaire, Astromancer, Star Scryer.

Pack Two - Patrol

This pack patrols from Al'ar's room to the entrance, and should be the second pack you kill in the instance. Kill the squires first, as these heal.

  • 1x Bloodwarder Marshal
  • 2x Bloodwarder Squire

Pack Five - Hatchlings

Once you reach Al'ar's room you'll find 2 of these packs. Each pack patrols in roughly a half-circle, one on the left, the other on the right. Each pack consists of 2 falconers, and 5-7 hatchlings. Pull 1 pack down the hallway with a hunter using Misdirection to the tank to avoid getting knocked back into the the room and pulling the other pack. Crowd control the hatchlings as they pass. There is a glitch with LOS in the hallway so that you can not rely on LOS to get the Falconer to move down the hallway. The person with aggro (the tank that was Misdirected onto) must move far enough down the hall (a few steps into the wider section of the hallway) to get out of range of the Falconers to get them into the hallway. Kill any Hatchlings that are not crowd controlled, then focus fire on the Falconers. As much CC as possible is recommended

  • Tempest Falconer
  • Phoenix-Hawk Hatchling

Final Pack - Phoenix-Hawks
  • Phoenix-Hawks are solo pullable. Four patrol on the second level of Al'ar's room. The tank can pull them from either the left or the right ramp, but should be careful not to get two, as they sometimes are close together while patrolling. They have a charge ability that will hit the person furthest back from it for around 9000 damage and knock away those near the targeted person, so have an OT stand at medium range to soak the charges while everybody else stays in melee range of the mob. It is best if the raid stands at the bottom of the ramp while the tank pulls, so that you do not provoke a charge onto someone other than the OT while the tank positions the Phoenix-Hawk. They will also use a periodic mana burn on everyone which cannot be avoided, but it can be fully resisted. Generally, however, you'll want to kill them before everybody is out of mana.
Secondary tactic
You pull one into a corner and have everyone stand on that spot. This reduces the chances for knockback drastically. And of course some people won't be able to this correct the first time, but make sure everyone has their back to the wall.

The Crucible

Pack One

First is the solo pull of the Crystalcore Devastator that moves backwards and forwards along the entire length of the hall.

  • Crystalcore Devastator
Packs Two and Three

After this patrol is destroyed, there will be a group of two Crystalcore Sentinels. Farther down the hall are two more. On each pull, the tanks should separate the two mobs so that the AoEs do not overlap, and be careful not to drag the mob into the ranged / healer group.

  • Crystalcore Sentinel
Pack Four - Void Reaver's room onward

There are six of these packs, with varying mobs as listed below. The first pack patrols inside Void Reaver's room, near the door. The other five packs are static, and arranged in a semicircle on the near side of the room, one in the center, two each to the left and right. The patrolling pack and the center one need to be pulled back into the hall. The remaining packs can be fought inside the room, with the raid standing up against the wall behind the pack for the pull.

The challenge of these pulls is to keep the Crystalcore Mechanics from killing the crowd-controlling Warlocks or Mage on the pull. A tactic that worked well for us was to have a hunter use Misdirection on the tank, and then use Multi-shot to get aggro on both Crystalcore Mechanics. On the first two pulls (into the hallway) the crowd-controlling players should stand just inside the door and apply crowd control as the mobs run past. The kill order should be: Crystalcore Devastator or Crystalcore Sentinels first, followed by the Crystalcore Mechanics, followed by the Tempest-Smiths. The raid should spread out as much as possible when fighting the Smiths to limit the number of players that are hit by the bombs these mobs throw. Healers will need to watch the health of the entire raid while fighting the Mechanics and Smiths, as the AoE Sawblades or Bombs can rapidly kill many players if the healing lags behind. Another tweak that may help is to have a rogue sap the Tempest Smith before the pull to eliminate the stunning bomb they throw.

Type 1

  • 1 Tempest-Smith
  • 1 Crystalcore Devastator
  • 2 Crystalcore Mechanics

Type 2

  • 1 Tempest-Smith
  • 2 Crystalcore Sentinels
  • 2 Crystalcore Mechanics

Type 3

  • 2 Tempest-Smiths
  • 1 Crystalcore Devastator

The Solarium

Pack One
  • Astromancer Lord
  • Bloodwarder Legionnaire (cc)
  • Novice Astromancer
Packs Two and Four, Seven to Eighteen
  • 10 "novice" mobs
  • 2 Bloodwarder Squire

AE the novices and tank the squires.

Pack Three - October 2007 we found it much easer to pull the Sentinel's 2nd, before the packs of novice and bloodwarders
  • 2 Crystalcore Sentinels
Packs Five and Six
  • 1 Nether Scryer
  • 2 Bloodwarder Legionnaire (cc)

Tempest Bridge

Pulls in order: Pack Type One, Patrol, Pack Type One (x2), Pack Type Two (x2), Patrol, Pack Type Two, Boss Time.

Pack Type One

Crimson Hand Centurion - Whirlwinds and shoots arcane bolts, cc works (polymorph, and put detect magic up so the Blood knight doesn't dispel the poly), spam polymorph while you're killing it.

Crimson Hand Blood knight - Stuns(Hammer of justice, use two tanks), dispels sheeps, immune to CC (needs to die first)

Crimson Battle Mage - AoE spells, Frostbrand Weapon (hits for 18k, on anyone), needs to be spam feared (put Unstable Affliction up, so the Blood Knight doesn't dispel the fear), even while you're killing it.

Pack Type Two

Bloodwarder Marshal - Whirlwinds, immune to cc, tank away from the group.

Crimson Hand Inquisitor - Casts mindflay, can be disarmed/cc, has Power Infusion (needs to be dispelled/spellstolen)

Crimson Hand Blood Knight - See above.

Crimson Hand Centurion - See above.


Crimson Hand Centurion (x2) - See above.
Crimson Hand Inquisitor - See above.


When Patch 2.1.2 was released, the attunement for Tempest Keep: The Eye was removed. It is no longer necessary to carry the [The Tempest Key] to enter The Eye. However, the quests still remain in-game and can still be completed if desired. The new player title of "Champion of the Naaru" is slated to be included in patch 2.3 for those players that have completed and will complete the attunement quest chain. The title will not be available to players if they complete the quest chain above level 70, to prevent from players getting easy access to it in new expansions later on.

The quests to be completed for attunement for The Eye are given by A'dal in Shattrath City after successful completion of Neutral 15.gif  [70g5] The Cipher of Damnation questlines in Shadowmoon Valley. Begins with Neutral 15.gif  [70] The Hand of Gul'dan.

Patches en hotfixes

Bc icon.gif Patch 2.4.0 (2008-03-25): Je kunt nu eerst Prince Kael'thas en Lady Vashj bevechten zonder eerst alle andere bosses in hun respectievelijke dungeons te hoeven verslaan.

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