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1-04-2011 @ 8:44PM
How to cheese the worms:- Bring a DK speced in Frost.- Put said DK in Blood Presence- Have DK Howling Blast/D&D worms when they spawn.- DK kites worms across room using HB while ranged DPS has free reign to DPS worms without fear of drawing aggro.
1-05-2011 @ 6:57AM
In my experience, having the dk in frost presence while normally dpsing them with 2-3 ranged dps going all out on AoE is fine . The dk never has time to actually start kiting.Our arms warrior that feels like boosting his dps also heroic leaps in and starts cleaving when the adds are
1-05-2011 @ 10:57AM
You can also get a rogue to ToT to one of the ranged and then spam FoK on them to slow them down and do big AoE damage.
1-05-2011 @ 11:18AM
Wonderful! I will do this next raid. Does this mess with the jumping on Magmaw? Also, I assume hungering cold is super helpful here.
1-05-2011 @ 11:42AM
If Hungering Cold ever became effective in this game, I'll eat my boot. Why use it here? You want to kill the worms, not use ineffective skills on them.
1-06-2011 @ 8:27AM
Another effective cheese if for a demonology warlock with decent pet skills to toss his Felguard into the parasites as they spawn and use Felstorm. It won't always be up, but it absolutely destroys the adds. Also, Felguards are immune to the infest, and thus Parasite Evening would be cake if you brought 2 Demo Warlocks. Granted, the DK cheese is probably easier. But my group doesn't have a DK, and they do have a Warlock, so that's our strategy.
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