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2-17-2010 @ 5:13PM
I am surprised. Oculus is the worst dungeon and Eregos is the worst boss. Mainly because its a guaranteed wipe the first time because no one knows what to do. Worst boss. Start the voting down of this comment................now.
2-17-2010 @ 5:14PM
Do all noids enjoy ruining fun?
2-17-2010 @ 5:20PM
That's where you are both right and wrong. The panel WAY overthought this.Eregos wins by Default:Anub joins queue. Anub zones into Occulus. Anub /facepalm's. Anub disconnects in disgust.:-pHowever, in all fairness, Occulus is lot easier now than it originally was.
I take it you aren't old enough to remember the "Avoid the Noid" commercials from Dominos? Man those were awesome.
2-17-2010 @ 5:24PM
I was a mage on a green drake the first time I ran Oculus. We aced it.
2-17-2010 @ 5:42PM
So just because you said "start downvoting now" its okay to post it, since you'll be able to show people "see, I told you so"? Of course your post will be faded into oblivion, because it's just another unfounded rant:"Oculus is the worst dungeon" - we're not talking about what the most fun dungeon is, we're talking about fictional fights between bosses."Eregos is the worst boss" - again, this is completely determined by YOUR experience with GROUPS of players. This is a boss vs boss fight in which it is presumed that both bosses have a IQ of at least 20 or higher.Please don't post here if you have nothing sensible to say. Forum Trolls are not part of any faction for a reason.
2-18-2010 @ 9:30AM
Occulus was always easy, you had 2 freaking abilities up untill the last boss and then you even had 1 abilitywhich actually made things easier. Why people hate the place is obvious but people seem to think that the place was and is hard after the nerf, and it wasnt hard before and its practically a free 8 badges + gems now.
2-18-2010 @ 12:02PM
Para is right. Upon completion of the dungeon i am always happy.
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