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3-03-2010 @ 4:22PM
Here's the problem: a good part of Garfrost's danger is the Permafrost stacks, but all Devourer of Souls needs to do is let the Permafrost stack up and cast Mirrored Soul on Garfrost. Both would bleed out quickly from the frost damage, but Devourer of Souls would just have to stay up long enough for Garfrost to go to an anvil, and then slap on Wailing Souls when Grafrost is occupied. Eazy-Peazy.
3-03-2010 @ 4:36PM
Mirrored Soul only lasts 8 seconds, so it's entirely possible that this might not be the deciding factor in a fight between them, and frankly... Mirrored Souls is the only thing the Devourer really has going for him. All Garfrost has to do is not deliver heavy hits when this is up, keep out from in front of him during the eye beams, not stand in the Well of Souls, and just whale on Devourer.
3-03-2010 @ 5:01PM
Devourer also has Phantom Blast, which he basically casts continuously when he isn't doing something else. Except for the stomp at 66% & 33%, and Deep Freeze when he's below 33%, Garfrost only has the Saronite throw as an interrupt. The cast time on both Phantom Blast and Saronite Throw are two seconds, but the boulder would take time to fly, while the Phantom Blast would hit full on. That should give Devourer a big head start in piling on the damage. As to Permafrost not impact living creatures, it does impact Undead players, who are as alive as Devourer of Souls. This could definitely be turned back on Forgemaster.
3-03-2010 @ 5:48PM
@mattimusDo you really believe a big, stupid giant will know to keep behind him during that phase, or stay out of something, or even stop damaging during mirrored soul? If you don't believe he's stupid, go do the fight again and look at what he says.
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