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6-22-2011 @ 11:04AM
Say I'm saved to Beth'tilac and I join a raid in progress that is working on Lord Rhyolith, and we kill him. Even though the first 4 bosses aren't linear, will the raid still become saved to Beth'tilac because I had already killed him? Or will Beth still be available to the other raiders since it's not required to kill him before you see Rhyolith? Thanks!
6-22-2011 @ 11:10AM
Here is what I believe would happen via experience with Magmaw/Omnotron:1) They are in the instance- you cannot enter because Beth'tilac is there and exists, and you have already killed her.2) You are in the instance- they enter and are asked if they want to get saved with Beth'tilac dead.
6-22-2011 @ 11:21AM
Assuming the raid you joined has not downed Beth'tilac you won't be able to enter their lockout, they will have to enter yours
6-22-2011 @ 11:24AM
Yes, because the raid will need to go in on your lockout.Now if you'd killed Beth'tilac, someone else had killed Rhyolith, but you wanted to do a raid together on a different of the first four bosses (don't know the name) I wouldn't have a clue.
6-22-2011 @ 11:40AM
It's just like the bosses in BWD right now. If you killed omnomnomiton and not mag, but they killed mag w/o killing omni. you wouldn't be able to join as far as I know.Later if they did only Meloriak and you only did Chim. you still can't join.
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