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1-16-2012 @ 11:45PM
Sorry, but no, you're wrong. First off, the only reason the eye phase occurs in the first place is because Illidan interrupts Peroth'arn's Drain Essence. Since Illidan isn't there, the phase must be totally disregarded, meaning Drain Essence isn't stopped leaving Baine at a huge disadvantage, if not outright killing him.Secondly, while Baine gets his Molten Axe buff, since both contenders are expected to fight intellegently, it shouldn't take long for Peroth'arn to figure out that he can get the same buff. And lets not forget Corrupting Touch which increases damage taken for each application, and Fel decay which is a pretty heavy source of damage. This isn't to say Baine is at a total loss. He does have the ability to smash the platforms and hurl his totem...Which brings me to my last point, Baine's totem, which can be hurled back at him for high damage, a stun, and yet another debuff. Its not about one boss having more difficult mechanics. Its about one boss having a significantly larger toolbox than the other. Baine has three different abilities he can use while Peroth'arn has six (excluding his enrage but including Baine's totem and Molten Fists). If this contest were based on something other than popularity, Peroth'arn would win this bout hands down.
1-17-2012 @ 7:23AM
whoops, that was mean to be a reply to Garnlok. wtb edit button
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