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3-27-2012 @ 6:55AM
I like Murozond. I love his story and the implications of his quotes from the fight that there is a worse event than the Hour of Twilight in our future. I love that he is the medium that has Nozdormu give a Slaughterhouse 5 shout out. It is a creative fight . It is also the (seeming) end fight of a storyline 5 to 7 years in the making depending on if you want to include Chromie’s Vanilla quest in Andorhal as part of the Infinite Storyline or not.That aside, realistically I think Azshara would mop the floor here depending on her minions. This is a fight that is hers to win or lose.I am iffy about whether her mind control abilities would affect Murozond. For one he is an Aspect. As seen in the Well of Eternity instance right after you fight her the Old Gods themselves had trouble handling Deathwing when he came to claim the Dragon/Demon Soul. Second, this is a corrupted, fanatical version of Nozdormu. Even then, her “mindcontrol” is charm dependent. Even though she is egotistical enough to believe she could charm even Sargeras, Murozond is a corrupted, fanatical version of Nozdormu. Especially since he knows she is a few days from spouting a few tentacles.So she has nothing to do, but sit back and control the Hour Glass in a fine tuned manner. She’s even sadistic enough that’d she wait till all her guards are dead or near dead before rewinding time. Assuming that her “I’m bored, peace out!” end mechanic won’t take effect until all the charges are used up.That is the first major issue of the fight. Azshara’s laziness + Hour Glass = advantage Azshara. In her fight she has two of each magi. How intelligently they fight. This is the second key part of the fight. • If they attack two at a time, Murozond wins. The buffs of the hour glass won’t be as great on the four that sit around doing whatever it is they do till they join in. • They are enthralled by Azshara. There is a chance that they would stand around in the temporal bomb spots (fire) blindly out of devotion. Some of them do have abilities that lock them in place.• Murozond has a few attacks that can strike multiple opponents at once. So if the Magi are too paniced or enthralled to think to spread out, Murozond would make quick work of them.This is a tough one for me to call. Technically, even as a Murozond fan, I would have to say Azshara should be able to mop the floor with him. Her downfall here, if she loses, is in her own control needs. She might lose this fight if she replaced too much of her own soldiers’ critical thinking with mindless devotion.
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