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12-17-2009 @ 9:39PM
The post with Patchwerk in place of Brann was fucking hilarious. :D I'm giving it to the beetle of course. Yes, he's a huge target for the giant lazer. Yes, he's not the ice cold killer from TOTC. But........I remember fighting this guy as a n00b and fighting him now as a tank alt. HE HITS FRIGGING HARD. Let's assume Anub isn't incompedent and that we're letting him think this fight out abit. The adds are not a threat. Compare relative sizes and strength. He can sit on them and win. He can literally pick them up and beat them to death with each other. And even if we go by game mechanics and assume they can hurt him, he can one shot them all with pound or his other abilities. Now, if he has to burrow, there might be an opening for them to get to Patch....err, Brann. :p But there's nothing saying he can't just summons the adds early, or that he won't just spike whoever goes after Brann. plus, there's a delay on the tribunal adds if we want to argue that way. For those who say Anub cannot burrow through the Titan complex.........you might be right. Except that we've seem the place being mined in the Halls of Stone itself. So obviously it's not indestructible. Otherwise Yogg-Saron would never have broken out, or XT wouldn't have malfunctioned, etc. Anub's strength was enough drive his spikes up through solid rock and burrow with them like a shark. Azjol Nerub is still standing for the most part even after a war and what appears to be no upkeep. And Anub has no trouble there. And we also see bits of rubble and broken parts in the halls of stone. Maybe the main complex is tough, but I see nothing saying the halls of stone are the same.
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