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9-23-2011 @ 8:29PM
We're a pretty casual guild and have had some fun thanks to this nerf. But what about the Alysrazor final phase? Our healers' mana was getting decimated when she kept doing the AOE phase. Heck, it decimated us in general. Unless we brought her down at a wrong percentage or something.
9-23-2011 @ 8:48PM
Are your healers on full mana before she starts AoEing, if not then that is where your problem is. Basically every attack against Alys while she's down and charging will restore mana to the attacker, so it's a period where your healers should be attacking her to get their mana pools to full, at which point there really is no way to go out of mana as it's such a short phase.
9-23-2011 @ 9:23PM
Are you talking about the recharge that ends after ten cleaves, or the soft enrage after three cycles?
9-23-2011 @ 9:30PM
Just read up to see what the heck I was talking about myself. It's when she's "Ignited" and starts casting "Buffet". Guess it was unexpected and possibly too much for our healers to handle. Seeing as how that's how far down we got her down and being our final attempt for the night.
Oh, and we did stack up as well.
9-24-2011 @ 2:06AM
Did you include the tanks in that stack too?
9-24-2011 @ 6:04AM
When the 2 adds are channeling to her every attack done to her regens 10% mana. Your healers should be casting spells on her during this. The tanks should interupt the adds and come back to the pile of people dpsing alys, everyone should switch to interupt when the adds start channeling again.When she pops back up to cleave one tank should face the boss away from the raid while the entire raid stacks on her butt for AoE heals. When the tanks stacks get too high to be healed through the other tank should first run in front of her and then taunt and the other tank shoul run behind her as soon as she is taunted off him. Repeat this until she is dead (which shouldn't be long after the first taunt, we kill her before the first taunt since th nerf but are all in full FL gear.)Hope this helped more than the above comments.
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