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12-06-2007 @ 1:36PM
"It's a hassle to learn how to summon these demons, requiring the completion of multiple quests for each, and summoning them requires reagents, including the death of one of your party members (for the Doomguard at least)."Actually, this is already a non-issue that Blizzard has addressed pretty well, having just rolled a new 'lock up to 70 myself.The Infernal quest is laughably easy now, as all of the demons to kill have been rendered non-elite for the Fel Essences, and the summoned boss is again non-elite and soloable even for a lower level by the time they can obtain the quest.As for the Doomguard, you can either farm the book drop from the demons in the Blasted Lands until you die of boredom... or walk over to your handy warlock trainer, and just buy the Curse of Doom spell. Boom, instant Doomguard, and a handy raiding spell for instances.
12-06-2007 @ 1:40PM
It's more of a hassle to learn how to summon these useless demons than it is to learn to summon the useful minions.
12-06-2007 @ 1:41PM
Ok, don't know how those felguards atm but before the patch 2.3 they where too strong to solo, and you need a good tank with a healer otherwise they will kill you.Also using COD for summening doomguard only helps when you go outside and kill lvl 1 mobs with that, becasue you can only summen Doomguard by killing with COD and lets face it, a boss opener like COD doesn't kill the boss.
12-07-2007 @ 4:13AM
Rather than grinding for the book you could do the very quick "The Prison's Bindings" and "The Prison's Casing" quests in Blasted Lands which just require you to kill a few Satyrs in DM East (easy with the Crescent Key as you go in via the pavilion) and a few Hederine demons in Darkwhisper Gorge in Winterspring. The final part of the quest involving capturing a Doomguard is a piece of cake. No painful grinding required as when I did the Satyrs and Hederines I got my 15 blood drops and 5 tear drops very quickly indeed.
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