King Ymiron (Utgarde Pinnacle)
You invade my home and then dare to challenge me? I will tear the hearts from your chests and offer them as gifts to the death god! Rualg nja gaborr!
King Ymiron is the slumbering king of Northrend's Vrykul, the leader of the Dragonflayer clan who lies sleeping within Gjalerbron. Fanatically adored by his people, the now undead king has proven his worth to the Lich King.
Like the kingly Vrykul he is, King Ymiron hits like Thor's hammer. Normal hits are hard, and his Dark Slash cuts down 50 percent of the target's health. The king protects himself with Bane and complicates matters with the random cast of Fetid Rot.
Periodically during battle, King Ymiron's Screams of the Dead paralyze opponents for 8 seconds. During this time, he runs to one of the four longboats in the room to channel a spell from a Vrykul ancestor there. He will use that ability until the longboat burns shortly thereafter. Spectators may choose a different scenario for the sake of this match's neutral setting, but Ymiron will continue to have access access to the usual longboat abilities.
Longboat abilities include:
Read more about King Ymiron's abilities
, and look over comments from players
who've battled the king.
Mal'Ganis (The Culling of Stratholme)
As you can see, your people are now mine. I will now turn this city, household by household, until the flame of life has been snuffed out forever.
is not merely the last boss in The Culling of Stratholme – he's one of the Nathrezim
sent by Archimonde
to head up the plot to turn Prince Arthas
to darkness and make him the Lich King's
Note that while we do allow minions into the ring with our Two Bosses Enter competitors, Prince Arthas Menethil
will not be in attendance inside the Two Bosses Thunderdome. As with the usual Culling of Stratholme mechanics, it will not be necessary for King Ymiron to "kill" Mal'ganis, merely to "defeat" him and cause him to escape.
Read more about Mal'ganis and his usual methods
of dealing with intruders, and then check up on comments from players who've fought him
Two Boss matchups are about substance and style, not game play and mechanics. No player-tactic or game-mechanic nitpicking! Vote for the spirit of the battle as set forth above. Set aside differences in opponents' health pools, game level and actual damage output.
Who wins, and why? We'll see you down below in the comments – can you come up with a convincing scenario that will sway other readers to your point of view?