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8-04-2011 @ 8:16AM
Last night – Shannox – 50k. Yep, you read it right, 50k./facepalm
8-04-2011 @ 8:28AM
We had a 10k Cho'gall wipe once. We had gone beyond the end of our raid time and everyone was dragging, but it was still heartbreaking. The forums the next day were full of, "if I'd just popped my fire elemental earlier..." "I was reaching for Lay On Hands when he killed me..." "If I had taken my potion when I thought about it..."Everyone in the raid had something they could have done for that last bit of damage. We went in the next day and one-shot him easily.Close misses are really great for getting people to think of little ways to improve their performance, which often results in permanent skill gains from the players involved. I saw marked improvement in a number of people's performances after that night.
8-04-2011 @ 8:53AM
O my gosh i think i was in the group that one shotted him the day after. I was the tank and i was with a guild that said the exact same thing, you wouldnt happen to be on misha?
8-04-2011 @ 8:58AM
Nope, not on Misha. We're probably not the only ones who've had this experience.
8-04-2011 @ 10:02AM
We had a Cho'gall close call too. One person alive at 10k health when he dropped.
8-04-2011 @ 11:38AM
@Nina, we had the EXACT same experience on Cho'gall; I was going "NOOO I SHOULD HAVE POPPED FIRE ELE EARLIER", the paladins were like I could have done [x], etc. So heartbreaking.We also had a very close call on Shannox on sunday as well, but one of our healers had to go to bed as per FAA regulations. Hope we'll get him tonight.
8-05-2011 @ 2:00AM
That would be Blood Queen Lana'thel hc.She was going down to her last percentages but so was her enrage timer. Her enrage burst wiped the entire raid but me, bubbled pally tank and 2 dk dps with anti magic shield up. These few seconds earned us the kill.
8-16-2011 @ 4:42PM
I can do you one closer :/Last week we had 4053 left on Baleroc
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