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2-27-2012 @ 4:40PM
I'm going with Asira. She murders Varo'then convincingly, impales Manny with the sword, and her Mark of Silence plus Smoke Bombs keep him effectively locked down and unable to use his demon magic while she gradly butchers the crap out of him. Asira for the bloody win!
2-27-2012 @ 5:00PM
Mannoroth doesn't use mana, so mark of silence won't do diddly against him.
2-27-2012 @ 5:04PM
I'd say Mannorth or a draw. Why you ask? Cause Manny is a big steaming pile of death and really isn't giving a fair look in the dungeon. I'm going with his WC3 abilites. Marks of death for everybody.And if he loses I'd say a draw. Why? Ask Grom what happens when a anhilon(?) blows up.
2-27-2012 @ 5:13PM
As said above, it's the Mannoroth in this version of the instance. Plus, there's nothing about only people who use mana being silenced - I get silenced on my rogue all the time.
2-27-2012 @ 5:44PM
Well ok I'm new to this part of site but if I remeber correctly a person who is by all means a very powerful individual is the guy tanking manny. Also it takes a weapon to give the players a buff the means to actually do enough damage to our huge friend to actually beat him back not kill him. Need I say more. Without Illidan's ridiculously high dodge chance I beat for her it'll be like a tank going up against instructor rav back in vanilla,
2-27-2012 @ 6:29PM
Really? That's weird. I was under the impression that Asira's mark only silences casters. I don't get silenced on any of my melee toons, and on my hunter, I always stand in front of healers to block the daggers.
2-27-2012 @ 6:44PM
I doubt retadins or enhancement shamans get silenced, and Mannoroth looks a LOT more like a melee than a caster to me.
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