So. Twin female bosses with draenei models.Where have I seen this before?QQ they reusing boss models. I seen like hundred mogu and they using it for end-boss of 5.2... jk xDThat's a good nod towards twins encounter tbh. I am more happy to see female Mogu.
QQ they reusing boss models. I seen like hundred mogu and they using it for end-boss of 5.2... jk xDThat's a good nod towards twins encounter tbh. I am more happy to see female Mogu.I'm pretty sure you completely missed the point of my comment, I wasn't mocking/complaining about them using draenei models for the female Mogu, I was just pointing out the similarities between the Twin Consorts/Eredar twins. :P
All of those bosses have fairly complex combat mechanisms. I dread the first couple weeks of LFR will be an aggravating series of chain wipes and intense frustration. And Gorocz? They are just putting placeholders of existing 5.0 raid weapons with an adjusted ilvl. There were no agility swords or axes in 5.0, which is why you don't see any in this list. I'm with you, though. I really want an agility sword.My exact thoughts after I've first read strategy for Stone Guard. It's a pretty intense and challening fight for a raid started, compared to Shannox/Marrowgar/Morchok, right? Your tanks need to have at least fine communication, your raid must be extra aware with frequent target switches, your healers need to be on their toes "just in case"... Ah right, in LFR you can just stack and cleave them all, and healers won't even have to turn on their screens.Guess the same thing will happen here. Jin'Rokh's fight looks VERY epic (I mean, throwing tanks into statues, breaking them so hard water emerges, damn, that kicks ass). Too bad 75% of those abilities won't even be taken seriously. I guess on LFR you can just stand in the water forever, tanks don't really need to switch and so on.
What's with all the hate on fist weapons? What's wrong with them?
They obviously don't see the awesomeness of punching that dragon in the face.