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4-11-2011 @ 8:41PM
Eregos's massive wings will make this fight somewhat interesting. Unlike players, who can avoid the cyclones by running between them, Eregos will be immediately flung high into the air by several cyclones at once. Of course, he can fly, so falling won't be an issue, but once he's out of Altairus's normal attack range he'll get repeatedly struck by lightning. So, if Altairus can keep himself upwind of Eregos, reducing the dragon's flight speed and maintaining their distance, he'll easily outpace Eregos's damage output with lightning strikes.There is also the small issue of the Phase Shift, but Altairus isn't impeded by his own wind powers, so he'll have no problem avoiding the Anomolies. In fact, it's an opportunity to get even further away from everyone's favorite Malygos wannabe and guarantee the poor sod can't escape the lightning once he becomes attackable once more.
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