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5-18-2009 @ 8:23AM
The vehicles are simple to use and aim with so long as you are not retarded. Like stated above use your damn mouse just hold down the right mouse button and low and behold the target reticle moves or stays in the same spot as your cursor! AMAZING!The fight couldnt be easier either, when he chases you move in a straight line away as the bikes lay down tar and people light it on fire. Rinse, repeat, get epics! This may be the most boring fight in the game. As a passenger you get to hit 12121212121212121 for about 10 minutes maybe 3 or 4 if you get targeted! ZOMG SO HARD NERF VEHICLES! Really if you cant do this boss World of My Little Pony Craft may be better for you.
5-18-2009 @ 8:50AM
No no no, it's Hello Kitty Island Adventure.
5-18-2009 @ 9:05AM
Exactly. Vehicle combat is easy. Only slightly less easy than spamming ranged attacks. It's like, "OMG, I have to aim!!" I see it as one of the few skill-based abilities in this game.
5-18-2009 @ 9:33AM
No, what's really dull is playing a chopper. You do realize that ignited tar barely deals damage at all, compared to pyrite stacks?When we did the 3 tower achievement in 10-man, I tried to put out tar in good places every cooldown. I managed to get .5% of the dps. Ka-ching.I find it better for the group to just run around, avoiding the orbital defense systems and minding my own business so I have a bigger chance to survive for more pick-ups. Mind-numbing though.On topic, I rather like the vehicular combat as a good break from the monotony. It's a nice, relaxed way of starting the raid. What I don't like is how easy it is, even on hard mode it feels like its more RNG than actual skill.
5-18-2009 @ 9:56AM
If you know people who have trouble with this fight, check first if they're keyboard turning. When you only have a couple abilities to press there is really no excuse not to mouse turn.
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