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1-26-2011 @ 11:19AM
Another issue on Corborus not mentioned here (but gettng patched nevertheless) is the fact that the adds that burrow up during the subterranean phase have the same animation as Corborus himself.Our healer, who doesn't have the best computer and has his video settings turned down, has a lot of trouble discerning the difference. He actually runs into Corborus from time to time, thinking he's running AWAY from him.Glad they're fixing that.
1-26-2011 @ 11:40AM
another issue not mentioned on ozruk, is he is hell on casters. as a moonkin, i get about three seconds of cast time on him per cycle. that's enough time to put up both dots and maybe cast a wrath. if i cast wrath first i end up having one of my dots reflected onto me which breaks the paralyze, and even if i don't i still end up with a dot on me half the time. his spell reflect lasts way too long compared to when it's down.
1-26-2011 @ 1:02PM
@ tatsuma:His spell reflect is dispellable. If there's someone in your group who can get rid of it, have them wait a few seconds to let everyone dot themselves up, then they can remove it. I've been perfecting the timing of this on my mage.
@Tatsumasa: Having an offensive dispeller in your group can help a lot with that issue. On my shaman, when he casts Elementium Bulwark, I watch my party frames and as soon as all the casters/healer have dotted themselves, I'll Purge it off of him. Then we can happily resume our deeps :)Again, this will only work if your group has an offensive dispel. As a corollary to this, be wary of warrior tanks -- they can remove it prematurely with an ill-timed Shield Slam if they are not careful.
1-27-2011 @ 8:44AM
@tatsumasa Unless I misunderstand you, you're *supposed* to have one of your dots reflected on you and that's *supposed* to break the paralyse. I suppose it depends on how much damage your dots do...
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