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6-13-2011 @ 2:48PM
Nevermind Paralyze, Eregos has no way to dispell Ozruk's Spell Reflect. So, the fight would go like this:Ozruk and Eregos enter the arena, and eye each other."This construct of stone is my opponent? Ha! The magic that binds you will bend to my will!""Magic...? I am no Magic construct. Come! Break yourself upon my body!!"Ozruk charges in as Eregos begins hurling a number of Arcane Barrages, managing to get 3 off before Ozruk can close the distance. Once in melee range, Ozruk notices that Eregos is still spamming his Arcane Barrage, so he puts up his Spell Reflect. The reflection of his own spell momentarily stuns Eregos, and gives Ozruk a chance to use Ground Slam, which at point-blank range hits Eregos HARD.Once he recovers, Eregos shifts to the Astral Plane, and summons his Planar Anomalies. While Ozruk is a little confused at why he can no longer hit Eregos, the Anomalies do hurt, so Ozruk is forced to flee, during which time, his Spell Reflect wears off. With the Planar Shift finished, Eregos once again begins blasting Ozruk, but also summons a number of Whelps to aid him.As his Spell Reflect is still on cooldown, Ozruk decides to use his Paralyze/Shatter combo, which allows him to both close the distance to Eregos, and kill off the annoying Whelps.With the death of his Whelps, Eregos goes into a Frenzied Assault, and justs pelts Ozruk with Arcane magic; however, Ozruk's Spell Reflect has just come off cooldown, and due to Eregos' reduced cast time, is able to Reflect over 5 fully charged blasts right back at Eregos, severly hurting him, and leaving him wide open to a Ground Slam, which finishes the fight."Hehehe... Your Magic has failed you dragon. This is the World's Heart, you should have stayed in Northrend..."
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