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5-07-2010 @ 9:51AM
Last night we did Lady Vashj with 8 people and that was intense. First time we did it she was up to 52 stacks during phase 2, my death knight was spending most of his time running from the bog lurkers instead of kiting them, and we didn't know the tainted elementals stayed at the waters edge. Second time through was still as intense but more organized, but finding out afterward that five people still needed to come back in for the vial and/or lurker above was groan inducing.
5-07-2010 @ 9:56AM
XD that's awesome when you consider that back in the day, it was considered a wipe if she got 3? 5? I forget, but no more than that stacks on her in phase 2...Also, Vashj was an intense fight back in the day as well (though not as nail-biting as the ones I mentioned previously), mostly from a "will they be able to kill her in phase 3 before there's so much green crap my screen freezes up" point of view XD.We got a lot better at that fight once we figured out to have a holy paladin stand somewhere near the center, healing the ranged, in phase 2 and put up Righteous Fury. That way the adds would come her way and could be picked off by the tanks, whereas otherwise they almost always ran directly to me (standing near the edge healing melee) and wtf pawned me.
5-07-2010 @ 9:58AM
Oh, and you bring up another "Flame wreath" type moment... "SPOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ARGH WHY DID 3 PEOPLE DIE"
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