Plus one

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Sep 052018

Add another day, another event, and one more expansion to the beaten pile.


Ring of Scale ?, mine certainly is now

Beating this event isn’t really much of anything, 1 attempt to become familiar with how not to do it was needed before we cleared house. It was known that this was a “easy” raid, but as always, everyone says something is easy once they have beaten it, however, this was a joke of a challenge.

We gathered, and were warned not to be complacent …

The ambassador’s receptions are noted in society for their host’s exquisite taste that captivates his guests

Talendor may talk about his tail, but its really all wings with him

Its the end, but the moment has been prepared for !

Everyone was asked to stand at the loot chest and face me, you can see how well the guild can adapt and follow orders.

Yeh, as I wasn’t benched today, I got some screenshots of the win, GG AOU


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Another Month, another raid beaten

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Sep 032018

So, Silverwing and Xygoz, the hardest raid of the expansion,

One of the hardest expansions so far as current

A lot of learning, deaths, PC issues / ragequits, and retirements, all the lovely stuff that goes on with a brutal raid.

The mechanics for this raid are really not nice, not so much jumping through hoops on emotes, more of jump away from dragons before they AE you!.   Can we go back to not needing half the guild to use stupid third party programs to beat raids please (I don’t have a sandy GINA, but I know a man who does)

After collating ideas and strats for how we came about to beat this (You might have to enlarge the image to read super secret stuff)

We all came to the same conclusion about this event.


But finally, the real key to winning was accidentally discovered by Sarryn a few weeks ago, long story short, get stuck in the cat box, and the entire dev notes for the raid are written on a wall there for anyone to read !!



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