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4-24-2009 @ 2:27PM
I can't say I agree with the people saying the trash before XT was a joke. It was not, for 99% of the guilds.However, I agree it should not have been nerfed. My guild had a wonderful time there trying to figure out all the pulls and everything, even with a few wipes. The most common comment was on the line of: finally, a raid worth attending. Same thing with the trash before Ignis. Having to figure out a strategy and actually use your brain for trash ? We loved it. No more AoE tank + AoE damage pulls, please.WE DON'T WANT ANOTHER NAXX!
4-24-2009 @ 3:06PM
I think a lot of guilds went through the same thought process as mine did:1) Hmm... lets just try this. Ok you tank this, you tank that. Lets kill the healers first, they sound important... OK WHAT THE FUCK IS THIS TRASH *dies in like 10 seconds*2) Ok lets move them out of those shield things.Of course mobs are stubborn and we die again3) Ok maybe INTERUPT THE CASTS!Can't interupt.4) Finally someone finds out that you need to kite them. We all move back and have our druid pull. Soon we see our druid come up on the horizon with a train of mobs and just start laughing our asses off. We end up killing them, somewhat sloppy but doable."hmm.. where are the little guys?" We go back there and they've moved like 20 feet. Really funny, actually.Than second trash pull we do same strat and realize how easy they are once you figure out the mechanic.
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