While most players are just waiting for WoW: Dragonflight, others are still facing various challenges during the current pre-patch. For example, how about killing the final bosses of the three Shadowlands raids… and doing it in threes?
The current pre-patch for the upcoming expansion WoW: Dragonflight is a very strange thing. Our heroes already have the new talent trees, which are supposed to replace systems such as legendaries and covenant abilities, but at the same time they are still active. Add to that the absurd amount of primary and secondary stats we’ve accumulated thanks to late endgame and you have a deadly combination.
Some use these to oneshot innocent hordlers in front of Orgrimmar, while others still use their party to try to knock out the final bosses of the three raids, all of which are available simultaneously in Destiny mode since the pre-patch. The latter also occupied the group around Durendil, who successively took on Denathrius, Sylvanas and the jailer. A little different than most groups though.
Three players must be enough
Unlike most of us, who go in raid strength to kick baddies’ butts, Hunter Durendil tries it with his friends in more manageable groups. Only the three of them tried their hand at the three final bosses and were successful after a few hours of wiping. They rely on the combination of a tank (paladin) and two damage dealers (hunter and rogue).
This should now make it clear that if someone dies in the raid, it can’t have been the healers’ fault at all! After all, the three have managed all final bosses completely without a healer.
By the way, things got even more challenging when Durendil grabbed two more friends and tackled the Fateful Jailer in heroic mode. Again, it took some time and a few wipes, but ultimately the squad was able to triumph and put Zovaal where he belongs.
How do you like such actions? While these aren’t solo kills, defeating 10-player bosses in current content in such small groups is certainly a challenge. We’re excited to see what the solo artists are up to in WoW (buy now ): will put Dragonflight on its feet.