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Phat Loot Phriday: The Unbreakable Will


This is the definition of what Phat Loot is all about-- a big old sword to swing around.

Name: The Unbreakable Will
Type: Epic One-hand Sword
Damage/Speed: 112-209/ 1.60 (100.3 DPS)
Abilities:
  • 308 Armor (yes, on a sword)
  • +33 Stamina
  • Increases defense rating by 21.
  • So as you've probably guessed by now, this is definitely a Hunter weapon.
  • No, of course we're kidding. This is a weapon for a main tank, and it's definitely one of the hottest tanking weapons in the game.
  • Plus, for a tanking weapon, it looks pretty hardcore. It's not really meant to do all that much damage (it's the armor and defense that define it, but with that sleek blue glow, I'd think twice about seeing it swinging around in battle.
How to Get It: Drops from Anatheron in the Mount Hyjal instance. Anaetheron, if you didn't already know, was a Dreadlord who came with Archimonde to the battle at Mount Hyjal, and who, like many other demons, fell prey to the forces of good. We're not sure where he got this weapon from (maybe someone whose will he'd broken?), but it does kind of look like it came from a place called the Twisting Nether, doesn't it?

It's about a 10% drop, just like most of this high end stuff. But the good news is that if you're main tanking at a level where you can use this, your guild will be happy to give it to you anyway. And if not, just hold the whole guild hostage-- what are they going to do, run something without an MT?

Getting Rid of It: Sells to vendors for 13g 90s 81c. Disenchants into a Void Crystal.

Filed under: Items, Raiding, Phat Loot Phriday, Lore

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