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5-23-2011 @ 4:55PM
Eregos is a tough contender, but I'm going to have to give this one to Erudax. Just so this fight isn't over in 30 seconds, let's pretend that Eregos can somehow fit himself into the tiny safezone of Shadow Gale (or hover just out of range of it or something, doesn't matter). Eregos can hit hard, no questioning that. With all of the arcane damage he flings around and phase shifting and anomaly summoning and all that, anyone he steps into the ring with is going to be leaving with one hell of a headache. But that's all Eregos does: damage. He can't slow, or stun, or use any debuffs to cripple enemies or anything.The way I see it going down is that Eregos and Erudax, early on, will be evenly matched. Eregos hits harder but Erudax can root and steal some life, offsetting Eregos' extra hits. Shadow Gale starts up and Eregos avoids it (somehow). But then the adds come in. Eregos can maybe focus down one fairly quickly, but without any slowing ability, one or both adds have reached the eggs and now there are Twilight Hatchlings in the air. Slowly but surely, more and more add waves come in and more Hatchlings start piling up. Before long, Eregos is being buried under a pile of Hatchlings bombarding him from above and Corruptors harassing him from below. Erudax will probably be pretty banged up by the time all is said and done, but in the end, Eregos is the one who will expire first.
5-24-2011 @ 5:03AM
Just for the sake of argument for Shadow Gale, dragons can turn into human-sized creatures...
5-24-2011 @ 9:52AM
Idd i think that the longer the fight lasts the more chances Erudax has more chances of winning. I honestly don't believe that Eregos' adds can keep up with the hatching, that is because Erudax can ignore Eregos for a while to peel the whelps off of his adds (i don't think Eregos has enough burst, given he has no slow, to kill the hatchers).Bottom line with eggs hatched and being healed, Erudax wins, not by a land slide, but he will be the last one standing (the heals are too brutal)
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