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2-10-2010 @ 5:19PM
Eregos flies into the air, outranging all of Anub'arak's attacks. Seeing that he can no longer do a thing, Anub'arak retreats underground, rendering Eregos' attacks useless as well. They just kind of sit there for a while, then just say "Screw it" and leave.So it's a draw.
2-10-2010 @ 5:31PM
This.Or Eregos wins for the simple fact that air power > ground power."He who controls the gravity well, controls the planet."
2-10-2010 @ 10:54PM
I'm assuming this battle takes place on ground, but with Eregos in the air. Anub'arak has no means of permanently grounding Eregos, but likewise, Eregos cannot prevent Anub'arak from burrowing to defend himself.Anub'arak wins because of his adds. Anub is capable of completely nullifying the attacks of his enemy, he is no dimwitted bug. Upon confronting a dragon that is content to attack from range, Anub'arak would retreat underground, sending in hordes of Anub'ar Darters and Anub'ar Venomancers to harass Eregos and pull him in close. During Planar Shifts Anub'arak can emerge with relative safety to damage more adds and reposition his own forces, retreating back underground if threatened. Given the wide-open battlefield I'm picturing, which is more akin to the wide-open plains of Borean Tundra than Azjol-Nerub or Coldarra, Anub'arak can move freely underground, use terrain to his advantage, perhaps finding ways to force Eregos closer. Even so, it doesn't really matter as Anub'arak can ride out the entire fight underground and use flying and ranged Nerubian minions to kill Eregos with a thousand cuts.Anub'arak counters Eregos' adds very effectively with Carrion Swarm, which he also uses to shield his own adds from counterattack and draw Eregos in deeper. Anub'arak is patient, he will send wave after wave of adds at Eregos until the dragon falls, or moves to strike Anub'arak on the ground, which quickly turns to disaster as Impale is followed quickly by emerge and pound. Even if Eregos makes it to safety, he is badly wounded and potentially . Either way, Anub'arak's superior defenses and limitless army of disposable, effective adds make this a win for the Traitor King.
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