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12-16-2008 @ 12:19PM
Wutlol?! Hardest boss? You kiddin' right?!From the 1st time, when my group and me wiped (we are a core 5 man group, who only very rarely run with outsiders) we were able to defeat Loken on every single occasion. If I remember correctly we killed Loken about 25 times now.No, strike that, we wiped twice, when our healer lost his internet connection. For me Loken is the easiest boss followed by Azjol-Nerub Boss Nubrak'something.It's like GC says, it's all about movement not healing.
12-16-2008 @ 12:35PM
Weird, you mean you run with the same 4 people all the time, and your strategy works? Well since everyone here only runs with 4 people that they work well with, we should all have an easy time with this encounter from now on. I don't know what we were thinking.
12-16-2008 @ 12:44PM
we met as total strangers, we went to utgard keep, pinacle, azjol nerub, all heroics. it went very well. After Loken, we decided we'd be a core group and from then on, if possible, we only run with each other to heroics. On weekends we clear about 4-5 Heroics in a 3-4 hour period. its all about teamwork.
12-16-2008 @ 12:56PM
But you're right. With the majority being anti-social or tending towards anti-social behavior. It's no wonder most go with pugs who fail utterly.This is just an observation.
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