I helped a friend celebrate the end of his kickball season tonight. He's 29.
How is Dragon Soul split up for the raid finder? Which bosses and in which order? I haven't had a chance to run it myself yet and haven't been able to find this info on wowhead yet.
It's split right down the middle. Siege of Wyrmrest includes Morchok, Zon'ozz, Yor'sahj, and Hagara. Fall of Deathwing includes Ultraxion, Warmaster Blackhorn, Spine of Deathwing, and Madness of Deathwing.
All the talk regarding the Paragon cheat has me confused b/c there is talking about receiving loot from a boss more than once per lockout.
As I understood it, it doesn't matter if I receive loot or not. I'm only eligible for loot on the first kill, is that correct? For example, on that first LFR kill all that drops is intel gear and I can't roll on any of it. I'm still ineligible for loot for the remainder of the raid lockout.
Otherwise, if I don't get loot that first time, can I queue up again and still be eligible?
You're correct in that you only get to see loot once per boss per week. Paragon (and other guilds) were exploiting a Raid Finder bug that allowed them to receive loot more than once per week per boss.
Gen Man asked:
I have four 85's and have yet to even attempt any of the Cataclysm dungeons (I know, shame on me). Are they easy to just hop into or should I be doing extensive research first? I don't want to drag a group down by being a dead space chicken.
Normal Cataclysm dungeons are quite easy, especially with the advent of Dungeon Journal. You'll be fine.
What are the names of the big mouths that are around Wyrmrest Temple which we fight Warlord Zon'ozz and Yor'sahj the Unsleeping and Kill in Twilight High lands?
The ones around Wyrmrest are named Shu'ma and Go'rath, two names that should be awfully familiar to anyone playing Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3.
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