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1-16-2012 @ 2:50PM
The smoothest ever Asira Dawnslayer fight - best of all-time:Tank used raid markers, about 20 yards apart. Tanked her at one, and when she did the choking cloud, ran her over to the other one. Caster DPS knew exactly where the mob and tank would be, and was able to easily stay in position and never got silenced once.Worst ever fight - tank bounced all over the place, moving more than a hunter trying to avoid a warrior in PVP. Fight took twice as long as I've ever seen it take, and only barely avoided being a wipe. Best advice ever, for LFR and LFD both: "Play nice, and we'll all get along."
1-16-2012 @ 4:37PM
Heh - so funny observation... Everyone complains about the Asira fight (and for good reason - I don't mean to belittle the comments)... but has anyone ever wiped on her? At least, with a moderately geared group? I'm sure they have, but - in all the stories I hear complaining about jittery tanks, etc. etc. - no one ever mentions a wipe. :)
1-16-2012 @ 5:19PM
@slim:People are more upset that they wind up looking terrible on the meters because they spend 75% of the fight silenced then that they were in danger of wiping. Heck, when the dungeon first came out I didn't know you *could* avoid the silence, and I seriously healed the whole fight with just Circle of Healing. She's annoying, but still piss easy.
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