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2-04-2012 @ 11:24PM
As someone that won't be seeing heroic Ultraxion soon, I'm curious what kind of dps are we talking about? Like if a raid just barely downs the boss, what kind of average dps would they be putting out?Also quick typo that should be fixed: " Glyph of Fire Elemental Totem brings your FET's normal cooldown down to 5 seconds," Pretty sure you meant minutes not seconds.One typo aside, awesome article as usual.
2-05-2012 @ 1:40AM
Hmm. I believe on average we were shooting for mid 30s for our first kill. We downed it comfortably before the enrage with those numbers. So perhaps 30k for bare minimum, but probably you want to see better than that. Healers have to work crazy hard though, esp at the end. If anything, I think they have the hardest job by far. Be nice to your healers and give them lots of love when you go there!
2-05-2012 @ 1:42AM
We were shooting for everyone to be around the mid-30k range when we downed him. That got us a kill without worrying too much about the enrage timer. So you could prob scrape by with 30k but it would be scary. I think the healers' job is far worse, to be honest. They have to work crazy hard, esp at the very end of the fight. Be nice to them and give them lots of love! They need it!
2-05-2012 @ 8:28AM
40k is about the benchmark for DPS on ultraxion heroic.
2-06-2012 @ 10:55AM
38k actually, as it stands (assuming 15k dps per tank and 2k dps per healer) in 25M; theoretically, the requirements are the same for 10M with 2T/3H/5DPS configuration, but ambitious guilds have managed to 2 heal the fight, thus allowing for an extra DPS and throwing things out of whack somewhat =)That number is current as of the 5% nerf.
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