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6-04-2009 @ 7:03PM
Anomalus wins this one without a sweat. Anomalus enguages the adds, while moving around to avoid the mobs. When he opens a rift, his own adds join the fray. Soon enough, having lost about 25% of his HP, he shields himself. The Tribunal Adds now fight Anomalus' adds. Anomalus' adds are loosing, but BAM, the AoE evens up the contest, and the fight rages on.Anomalus retakes to the battle, with the Tribunal kicking it up a few notches to boot. Once again, our Elemental Hero takes a beating, and pops up some rifts, and hides in his shield. The multiple rifts now attack the Adds, with lots of AoE. The Tribunal adds are quickly slaughtered.Round 3, and Anomalus, being a willy one (he beat the Blue Dragonflight at its own game, that has got to count for something), has a new strat. He just runs about, kiting the adds, while his own build up (though a few dieing to the faces of doom). He goes immune again and his adds win the day. Brann is fine, but had the fight gone any longer, Anomalus would have gone down; when immune, his adds can easily protect the rifts and keep hold of the adds, while the AoE rips them apart.Anomalus, the Arcane Elemental, is too much for a Titian Defense Grid. By shielding himself, and his may adds to even the score of numbers, and his deft dodging of the Tribunal brings victory.
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