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1-27-2011 @ 5:11PM
I was in a pug that wiped to Baron Ashbury in shadowfang keep the first time because no one was interrupting so he kept healing to full. Our second attempt, we downed him and got the achievement. Was pretty amusing.Extra credit bonus stage is pretty easy, even though I don't have it. You just have to collect the golden orbs you see flying around. It generally involves jumping off the edge of the platforms to collect them, or in the case of altarius(sp?) you have to use his tornadoes to boost you in the air to loot the orbs. Its just a matter of getting the group to waste time on it instead of just riding the rails to the last boss.
1-27-2011 @ 5:24PM
There's nine or ten of the orbs floating around Vortex Pinnacle, and the only ones that you need to deal with while in a group are the two that require being knocked into the air during the second boss fight.Most of 'em can be gotten just running around the instance after everything is dead.
1-27-2011 @ 5:32PM
For pardon denied, my group comp( I had already done the ahieve, but I don't remember the composition of that group so I'm useing my most recent success group). We had a rogue, warr tank, mage, a spriest and a shaman healer. Plenty of interrupts, so we got it on the first try.
1-27-2011 @ 6:01PM
It's not even that hard. Just wait until your group is done with the instance and go back to get them. Every one of the orbs can be obtained by jumping from he correct locations.
1-27-2011 @ 7:04PM
Pardon Denied is MUCH easier with a Death Knight tank. If you time it well you can AMS Asphyxiate and remain at full health throughout it. DBM timers seems to be a bit slow though, so if you pop AMS right before it says asphyxiate is coming up it will fall off before asphyxiate is actually cast.
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