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7-07-2009 @ 9:55PM
Um. Storm power?
7-07-2009 @ 10:04PM
Yeah, that wasn't even mentioned. And with the other highly questionable things said in this strategy guide... it was a pretty sad article.
7-08-2009 @ 2:56AM
"Free a Mage first, so that you can get some Toasty Fires down on the ground.""So, basically, do your best to stand in Starlight while DPSing."Sounds like somebody's never done hard mode. Storm Power is FAR AND AWAY the most important factor in this fight.
7-08-2009 @ 4:33AM
Only the screenshot is 100% accurate. Also completely irrelevant as better strategys, with videos, screenshots and accurate information have been out for quite some time. Sure, its nicely written, but its filled with fail. Please just write about stuff that you actually know from experience. It saddens me to see articles like this, but also class-guides, that are completely off or outdated.
7-08-2009 @ 4:58AM
Hodir is a fairly technical fight when it comes to the dps (for once it's not about the tanking or th healing so much). Another big omission from this guide is the singed debuff. If you're standing next to a toasty fire and dps'ing the boss you have a 30% chance of doing 3k fire dmg and adding a stack of singed, casuing hodir to take 2% extra magic damage. This stacks up to 25, meaning maintaining a full stack gives your casters double damage on Hodir.Because of the frequent flash freezes, it can be quite easy to lose this stack, and it takes time to reapply. What my guild found to work was to have the dps follow the main assist in breaking out one mage and our hunters (who don't need much haste) reapply the singed debuff as soon as possible. Storm power is also really important, but for any guild learning the fight (not the hard-mode) singed will make a huge difference between hitting the enrage or getting your first kill.
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