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2-20-2012 @ 4:36PM
I belive that Hagara would win, provided that only 2 of Azsharas servants are fighting at any given time Hagara will simply freze the first one and have an easy picking on the other, Azsharas puppet control can also work differently on Hagara, like simply slowing her on movement speed and attack speed, it works the normal way vs Hagaras adds though, also Hagara can use Ice lance to free herself and good dmg to.I do however find something interesting on both of Hagaras phases, lets take the lightning phase first, Azshara mindcontrols the elemental thus instanly breaking Hagaras shield and stuning her, but this means that the elemental dosent die, so when the second phase comes up, Hagara will in realaty be in Both the lightning phase and ice phase, and i dont care if Azshara can mindcontrol of of them at once, she will still lose at least 2 servants before she gets the cast off. Other then that Hagara simply has a beter tool kit to counter Azshara.
2-20-2012 @ 4:51PM
The rules of Two Bosses Enter states: All abilities can be used. HOWEVER.... It doesn't state that they have to use the abilities in the same manner that we see.Because of that, whoever gets off one of their "big abilities" first will win. If Azshara starts Total Obedience before Hagara starts the ice phase (sorry, the lightning phase is easy to deal with while the ice phase kills people all the time), Azshara wins. If Hagara gets the jump, she wins.... Of the two, I think Azshara will win, becuase Hagara is dumb enough to think that she can win with her other abilities, while Azshara just wants to kill her enemies and move on with her life.
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