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11-30-2011 @ 4:07PM
>> focus killing one ooze based on priorty order (purple, then green, then yellow).is it really that simple? Can't red and green be out at the same time, making green then top priority (since you can't stack and spread at once)?
11-30-2011 @ 4:17PM
5 seconds doesn't leave time for subtle details
11-30-2011 @ 4:22PM
so make green top priority then, in all cases (in case there is a red), then purple, and so on.
11-30-2011 @ 4:34PM
Well, no, because you may still want to kill purple before green, when the third isn't red. Possibly even if the third is red. Basically, purple makes healing a double-edged sword and it might be easier to leave red and green up and heal through the extra damage.
11-30-2011 @ 4:55PM
Essentially saying the worst possible combo is purple, green, red.
11-30-2011 @ 5:01PM
Yes, you want purple to die first whenever it is up. Since it will do this by giving the boss Deep Corruption "Yor'sahj's Deep Corruption spreads to every player, causing every fifth healing or absorbtion effect cast on a player to trigger a violent detonation, inflicting 97000 Shadow damage to all players."Though also I would say that yellow should be first if purple is not up since the void bolts will now hit all nearby people for 59k as well as the tanks. As well he uses his abilities twice as often and attack speed is increased by 50%.
11-30-2011 @ 5:08PM
Actually, in LFR Green does not spread damage. Spreading out is unnecessary. Yellow is probably worse in LFR. I'd recommend purple -> yellow -> red/black. Green's pretty easy in LFR.(This was on PTR, could have changed on Live, but I haven't checked the Dungeon Journal yet for LFR.)
11-30-2011 @ 6:07PM
Skarn is right. You can stack when green appears because it doesn't do splash damage. Furthermore, I do believe that the possible combinations is restricted in LFR, so you'll never see Purple/Green/Red in the first place. :)
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