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1-05-2010 @ 5:29PM
I will clarify the forgotten Rotface mechanic:Approximately every 20 seconds, Rotface will target a raid member, turn, and after a 1.5 sec cast, he channel a move called Slime Spray at said raid member for 5 sec. The spray does about 5000 damage (per sec?) to anyone in a cone around the targetted person. Since know one knows for sure what the arc of the cone is yet, the best strategy for dealing with this is as follows:Everyone except for the 2 tanks stack up behind the boss. When Rotface targets a raid member, everyone besides that person runs to the tanks side of the boss. The person that is targetted must wait on the backside until the boss starts channelling. Once Rotface starts his spray, the targetted raid member is welcome to join everyone else to avoid additional damage.After the channelling ends, everyone move back to the backside of the boss and continues as normal. The tank doesn't have to move ever, and the OT should be kiting slimes far enough away that he won't get hit by the spray even if it is aimed in his direction.Important note: The boss can still spray even when everyone is scattering from Big Slime's explosion. So when you are scattering and running back in, make sure you don't run right back in to a Slime Spray.
1-05-2010 @ 5:32PM
Stupid comment system, that was supposed to be a reply to my previous comment.
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