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9-30-2010 @ 3:12PM
For Zul'gurub http://cata.wowhead.com/achievement=688 , it helps to kill all the bosses. Hakkar's health and damage abilities decrease with the bosses that you kill... which is how me* (a mage) and a ret pally "tank" took him down. (*I died about halfway through and the ret pally was able to solo him the rest of the way ^_^)As for weapon skills, you can always just take off a lot of your gear if your AP is really high, and bang on some of the yellow creatures just under dalaran. Also, if you are doing random dungeons, you can probably work on some of those weapon skills there. It shouldn't take 2 and half hours if you're just smacking around the neutral mobs in crystalsong imo.
9-30-2010 @ 3:55PM
If you're a self-healing class, Hakkar is actually easier to solo. His big trick is mind control, at which point you are likely to kill your own ally. As a ret paladin I routinely solo him and between divine shield and incidental healing from divine storm and judgement, my health never drops below 90%. Been farming Z-G for ages, and still no tiger...and my guildy gets one on his first visit, while not even looking for it. Sigh.
9-30-2010 @ 4:03PM
On my Lock i did the unarmed skill training afk.I went to Nagrand, to those Maghar reputation ogres, a melee one.Then went afk. Soul link + Fel armor self heal was enough to keep myself alive and my dmg was too low to kill the ogre. I was returning once in half an hour to refresh fel armor and to heal the pet a bit ^_^good luck.
9-30-2010 @ 4:17PM
Just wondering, but you wouldn't happen to be from Exodar (US)?
9-30-2010 @ 7:12PM
my favorite weapon skill farm spot where the proto-drake eggs in scholazar basin (however that's spelled). It's great because they are stationary targets. Just watch out for the 1 or 2 patrols that sometimes appear.
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