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12-20-2009 @ 4:11PM
That's the only instance I haven't done yet.. the dungeon finder seems to hate it in my case.. hopefully I will get there before they enable skipping the lore or I will miss it D:
12-20-2009 @ 4:18PM
It's actually quite fun, it's just that the lore port of it makes it take a while. If you get a nice, quick group, there is a boss at the end with a 100% drop rate for a bronze drake.
12-20-2009 @ 4:55PM
no kidding? no wonder everyone has that drake D:!! I hope I can do it soon.. I keep getting HoL and HoS over and over again :(
12-20-2009 @ 6:03PM
Yes, the drop is 100%, but you have to get to and defeat an extra boss within 25 minutes from the first pull. You need to be in a group that has it's act together, moves quickly from pull to pull, and doesn't wipe. When you're getting random group members, it's definitely not a guarantee.
12-20-2009 @ 6:40PM
The drake isn't hard to get though, what makes it harder is the fact that Arthas is so goddamn slow.
12-20-2009 @ 10:16PM
Tastix, thats why they refuse to let you skip the lore section of his talk... =PThere IS no more challenge to that instance, the only thing we cant usurp is Arthas's lung capacity and unnecessarily slow and small stride. Just imagine if the Warcraft 3 level of the same story had him walking instead of a horse. If us uber-geared heroes weren't there for him, Mal'ganis would of had an army of all 100 citizens, and would have time to run his own dungeon over and over enough to gear out each and every of his one hundred ghouls in full T9 and Triumph emblem gear.
12-21-2009 @ 3:22PM
If you're so anxious to see the lore, just select the dungeon manually in the list. It's two friggin' emblems and a ouple of gold you'll miss -- so effing what?
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