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5-27-2010 @ 4:36PM
One of the easiest ways to do any of the void achievements is to have the group's healer stand on the platform and heal the drakes from there. Just grab all ruby or all amber and get 2 achievements at a time.
5-27-2010 @ 5:00PM
any healer can do it, but a holy paladin has several advantages-beacon of light allows them to heal the damage they takethey can go immune if the group is silly and doesn't keep the whelps down and most importantly they can judge light on eregos, causing the drakes to heal themselves for massive amounts.
5-27-2010 @ 5:04PM
The judgement of light tip is huge. it heals almost enough to keep everyone alive by itself.
5-27-2010 @ 5:06PM
good tip! I do it on my resto druid. Keeping the HoTs ticking is important. Especially on yourself during the astral plane phase. And making sure the group comes back close enough to the platform and doesn't let the whelps get out of control of course.
5-27-2010 @ 6:01PM
Uprate this comment, everyone. There is absolutely no reason to ever use the complicated 5-amber drake strat. Just make sure if you are doing ruby void that at least one amber drake is assigned to the whelp adds, because the whelps are what will end up killing the healer. WG/Rejuv for druids is great, the holy pally as mentioned works awesome, if you have a shaman healer, make sure the drakes are stacked for really nice chain heal action; not sure if disc priest shields work on the drakes, but the direct healing of disc and the aoe healing of holy both work just fine.Amber/Emerald void at the same time are really the easiest with a healer on the platform and 4 Ruby drakes. The taunt/evade mechanic along with the Ruby AOE makes it such that it's just a cakewalk.
5-28-2010 @ 3:37AM
Oh, you just made my 20 wipes look funny
5-28-2010 @ 4:12AM
Yes, priest shields do work on the drakes. I haven't done the void achievements this way, but I've learned from several times of me dismounting and then a nearby drake being attacked that dispel magic and shields are the keys to keeping the drakes up through the "trash" dragons.
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