Dec 2nd 2009 8:29AM Used to run raids blind all the time up until about mid-TBC. Analyzing a fight and developing strategies for it are things I'm pretty good at. A lot of the fights in ToC though were pretty straightforward. One attempt at Jarraxus and you should see all his abilities. A couple attempts at NRB for the same. Faction Champs is easy. Really only Twin Valkyrs might provide some issues for a guild going in blind.
Nov 25th 2009 1:58PM Oh, oh, I hope I'm not too late.
Nov 24th 2009 11:42AM I've been aching to get my paws on one of these.
Nov 23rd 2009 3:11PM It's a picture of an anniversary cake. 11/25 is the 5 year anniversary of WoW.
Nov 23rd 2009 10:58AM I would certainly take good care of my spectral kitty if I got one!]
Nov 18th 2009 1:23PM I thought this was going to be the last episode of the season. I hope not!
Nov 17th 2009 5:26PM Ugh.... The snobolds in phase 1 of NRB are immune to AoE... completely immune. If you use Howling Blast on a snobold it will hit Gormok, but not the snobold! Same with Pestilence, Blood Boil, etc. Of course, I suppose you can use it to refresh your diseases on Gormok while you're DPSing down a Snobold, but AoE is a waste here.
Faction Champions take reduced AoE also... Blood Boil and Howling Blast again are pretty useless. However if you're not worrying about CC targets, you can pestilence the whole lot of them, your diseases tick for the full value. Additionally, D&D currently hits for the full damage per tick too. So take advantage.
If your group is using a CC strategy, busting Army of the Dead on Faction Champions is a good way to get kicked >.> Same with diseases