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9-25-2009 @ 4:22AM
My guild tried it last night (10 man as we didnt have enough on for 25). Took out mains there, and was instantly onto a good start, with the healer pulling the trash, with 4 ppl in there. We survived that, so i guess the tank thought it was a bit of a face roll - and pulled the other 3 mobs. Once they were down, and most ppl were rez'd, we decided to pull ony. We easily pwned her (with our mains, with nearly everyone knowing the fight). So easy we decided to try again on our poorly geared alts. So out went the 5-6k dps mage, hello my blue/green equip pally (about 2k dps). Wasnt quite so easy. OK we wiped, several times, usually dying on the 1st or 2nd fear in phase 3. Then we ran outta time.Personally i like the fight - as i had done it a whole once before (for achievement), its still new for me.I then tried to pug the 25 man. Oh WHAT a mistake that raid was. Leader didnt know the fight - or even where it was, how many healers/tanks were needed - nothing. 90% of the raid was the same, so i TRIED to help but was told to shut up. Fearing the worst i tagged along - morbid fascination really. We cleared trash nps. Pulled boss. And ofc that was our mistake. Many many waves of eggs were smashed within seconds as the 1st tail swipe cleared 1/2 the raid into the egg area. We survived long enough to see the big adds come in, and pwn our two priests. I too was pwned quickly, as i feverishly spammed LB on the hundreds of opponents. (its fun to see yourself out dps the rest of the raid, esp when your DEAD while you do it....LOL - made over 5% of total raid damage JUST from those LBs that went off after i died). It took almost a second before the 1st five people left the raid (no surprise, and i dont blame em). I was laughing IRL when i left (after making portal for the rest).
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