Complexity-Limit Claim World First Mythic N’Zoth In Race For World First!

Complexity-Limit Claim World First Mythic N’Zoth In Race For World First!
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Whenever Blizzard releases a new wave of content in World of Warcraft, it triggers a race to see who will be the first to complete it. This is especially true for raids and the separate tiers of difficulty, with every wing release sparking a new race.

The final major content patch of Battle for Azeroth has hit, giving players the chance to journey to the Waking City of Ny’alotha, where the Old God N’Zoth works to corrupt Azeroth and its inhabitants. Ny’alotha is available in several different difficulties, including a normal difficulty, heroic, and mythic, with the final difficulty being the most difficult.

Ny’alotha went live back in mid-January, and every day has been another intense journey for the competitive guilds attempting to claim World First. Complexity-Limit not only managed to get the World First, they managed to do so significantly ahead of the curve. As of now, no other guild has managed to down N’Zoth on mythic, leaving Complexity-Limit as the only guild in the world to have managed the feat.

It’s been a pretty wild journey for the guild. They’ve been at it since release and managed to reach the secret phase of the mythic N’zoth encounter four days ago. For a while, there were rumors of a second secret phase, spawned by a glitch that Complexity-Limit encountered during their attempts.

Eventually, one of the members of the guild communicated that they had received an email confirming there was no second secret phase. This prompted Wowhead to conclude that there was only the one secret phase, meaning that all that was left for Complexity-Limit to do was down N’zoth before he enraged. Knowing that, planning the rest of the encounter was much easier on the guild.

Downing N’zoth doesn’t just give the guild World First N’zoth, but World First Ny’alotha in total. They managed to take most of the World Firsts of the final raid of Battle for Azeroth, claiming nine of the twelve bosses. They were second to Wrathion and Xanesh and even fell into third for Maut, but managed to get World First for Skitra, Hivemind, Shad’har, Drest’agath, Il’gynoth, Vexiona, Ra-den, Carapace of N’zoth, and N’zoth.

Complexity-Limit apparently had merch on deck and is already selling shirts to commemorate the event. Likely for now, they’ll be taking some well-deserved time to relax as they await the upcoming Shadowlands expansion. Once that expansion hits, there’ll be a whole new wave of raids for the guild to race towards.