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1-05-2011 @ 9:43AM
Just a little clarification on the spiking - the two raid members who make the jump onto magmaw in Phase 2 need to activate the single new ability as soon as it becomes available and then target the black spike in the middle of the room. You will get an "aoe" type targeting circle after activating the new ability and you both must target the spike around the same time. If one person lags too far behind, magmaw will break free of the single chain and cause a decent amount of raid damage while the two people still on his back make another attempt to get both chains down. And for the love of all that is holy, a smoldering floor beneath your feet is NEVER a good thing to ignore. Get to the other side of the room.Have fun, and good luck!
1-05-2011 @ 10:26AM
Sigh... I wrote a comment about that mechanic twice and it got eaten. Thanks for pointing that out, Sols; I noticed it during our kill, but haven't seen it in any of the guides on the "big sites."As for guides from little sites, you can find a rogue-centric perspective (including that bit) here: http://blamesquelchy.wordpress.com/2011/01/05/the-stealthers-guide-to-magmaw/
1-05-2011 @ 11:24AM
Great minds, Squelchy...and I just wanted to give you kudos on your strategy post. I followed the link and thought you did a very good job of explaining the mechanics. Keep it up and good luck!
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