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11-27-2007 @ 4:31PM
@Blake For the Eagle boss do one of two strats ...1. Run to the person who is being targeted by the storm. Depending upon your graphics settings you might not see this all that well.2. Everyone collapses onto the tank and boss 5 seconds before the storm. We use this, and have someone call out a warning 10 seconds before. We would rather have everyone in a little early than a little late. One bad storm is usually a wipe on this guy.As for the birds, a hunter focusing on them is a good idea. AoE doesn't work all that well since they are spread out, but as a warlock, I seed the boss when we collapse. This thins out the herd a little, and we can ignore the rest of the birds.
11-27-2007 @ 5:45PM
Yeah, we understand the basic concepts, but we've only had a two nights of tries on him. The level of coordination seems to be killing off some of our slower players. I guess I just get frustrated because I have BigWigs installed and have no problems avoiding the storm and spacing myself out and when someone who doesn't run BigWigs or doesn't understand the fight wipes us, there's not much I can do.Thanks for the hunter tip. We have a lock, but he's not afflic. spec, so he can't dot them up easily. We'll also try the seed during the storm.Back to the topic at hand, we can clear Kara in one night, so we are sufficiently geared and it seems to be more of a coordination and cooperation issue. I figure once our "slower" members learn the fight and get it down, we shouldn't have problems. It is nice to have another 10-man to be working on other than Kara. Our guild isn't quite to the point of a 25-man past Kara, so this gives us something to do. Our 10-man is the most progressed of the guild and we're working on Gruul as a guild (got him to 25% last night) - constant improvement each week.
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