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4-02-2012 @ 2:15PM
When you kill the scroll in the Library, one of two boss encounters will spawn. Either the Sun boss, which you mention, or Anger and Strife. A much more difficult encounter.
4-02-2012 @ 2:32PM
That is awesome! I am a big fan of the varied-boss dungeons, it is one of my favorite parts about the End-Time dungeon, you don't know which of the four you will get until you portal in!
4-02-2012 @ 3:33PM
The Anger/Strife boss needs some serious tuning of its mechanics. It seems like they want you to balance your attacks on each of the mobs, while never letting each on reach its ultimate power. What actually ends up happening, though, is you focus fire one down while the other just sits there. The one you're focusing on goes immune for a few seconds, so you just sit there and continue to ignore the other one. Once the first one is down, you do the same to other one, pausing every 8 seconds as he goes immune.
4-02-2012 @ 3:43PM
I'm a fan of variable bosses; less a fan of varying loot tables. I find iterative randomness is less fun than just the one layer.Or worse, the hybrid loot tables. There are few things more annoying than to finally get the one boss that drops the loot you want and then have them drop the shared piece of loot that you've sharded a half-dozen times.
4-02-2012 @ 4:17PM
Oh wow, that's not the beginning? That's _great_ to know. My experience in this dungeon caused me to shrug and go back to playing Live. (I'll be back to the beta soon I'm sure.)I got my bars set up how I like 'em, queued for the dungeon, waited 30 minutes, and showed up in front of anger and strife. Nobody could explain it, and when someone finally did (my imperfect impression is to pick one, DPS it to 5 stacks, let the stacks fall off, repeat) nobody else would follow the instructions. All I wanted was to try out my new spells in combat. :(
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