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11-14-2011 @ 3:23PM
Way back when Burning Crusade was released, there was a goof by Blizzard that actually made Ishanah attackable by Scryer players like my warlock.Naturally, like every enterprising demon-hugger, I decided to see if I could give soloing the high priestess of the Aldor a try.I managed to get into the Aldor temple without aggoing the guards (by flying at high speed into the doorway so that I didn't get dismounted until I was outside their aggro range) but that was as far as I got.Ishanah hit hard, and even though I was in a full shadowfrost set with a tier4 set bonus, I was constantly struggling to drain life fast enough to stay afloat, fearing her every time she went to heal.I got her to about 70% before I realized I wasn't going to be able to regen my health faster than her holy fires were pounding it down, and so ran outside and threw myself on the mercy of the guards, who took pity on me and kicked me out of the city before their high priestess brutalized me.I tried again later on, once I had some better gear, but some dirty Aldor player showed up and started healing her before I could get very far.By the time I was ready to give it a third try, the bug that made Ishanah attackable had been fixed.And so I'm voting for her. Ishanah - the only foe my warlock never quite managed to conquer.
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