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9-14-2011 @ 8:31PM
Other bosses in SSC are soloable. I haven't tried Hydross, but I have solo'ed the Lurker Below (hint: ignore the naga archers). I also solo'ed Leotheras the Blind, the demon hunter boss. Fun fight.I have not tried Morgrim Tidewalker, but I believe that is soloable as well. The fight with the 4 Nagas (1 of which gets powers from the others as they die) is not soloable by a discipline priest. And I don't believe Vashj is soloable by anyone because of encounter design.In Tempest Keep you can solo Al'ar the Phoenix. Void Reaver is not solo'able because of his AoE silence effect, and the warlock boss (whose name eludes me) is not solo'able because discipline priests have no interupts and cannot outdps the healing from the adds.
9-15-2011 @ 12:46AM
Vashj is in fact soloable. The Core you loot no longer inhibits your movement, so at that point it just becomes a race to keep as many elementals as possible from getting to Vashj. Now while a DK (or theoretically a paladin) could survive a lot of stacks, I'd imagine it tougher for a Shadow Priest. Still, it could be possible, right? Maybe?
9-15-2011 @ 12:01PM
It's actually not soloable, and you're still pushing it with two people. Finally got it down with three. The core's movement inhibition is really not the issue, it's the "big" adds that start to wear you down, especially the marsh walker with its ridiculous fear effect. Not only does that effectively cc you for 3 seconds, it also dramatically increases your movement speed, so you literally book it across the room. Once it wears off, 9 times out of 10, you're feared again instantly. It's incredibly frustrating.With three people, we had one person only on big adds and the other two focusing on little adds and cores. Went considerably smoother and only took about 5 minutes.
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