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5-20-2009 @ 2:28PM
Why would you dismantle the whirlwinding guys in Razorscale? Let the Warriors do that. I'd rather not be insta-gibbed :P
5-20-2009 @ 3:02PM
Might not be any warriors, warriors might be tanking some other add, warriors might already have used their disarm, lots of possible reasons. F
The F ending that other comment was a typo. Meant to say "for instance' and then realized I had nothing else to say.
5-20-2009 @ 3:10PM
If I remember correctly, 1 hit from that whirlwind hits a rogue for 12,000 to 18,000 damage. If you've taken a chain lightning recently, that's a one-shot death. If you're going to use a rogue to dismantle instead of just having melee evacuate (my guild's strat just puts melee in other groups and only has ranged worry bout the big guy), make sure you feint just before going in. You might survive 2 hits.
5-20-2009 @ 6:49PM
My guild doesn't have any raiding warriors (in 10m), and so I am assigned Dismantle duty. You can also Dismantle BEFORE the whirlwind, which makes it even easier.
5-20-2009 @ 7:25PM
I agree with Warlock here - I don't go near those guys, ever. A dead rogue does no damage, dismantles no opponents and interrupts no spells, and those guys can quite easily one shot you.
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