The usual rules apply: assume that the opponents share similar levels, health pools and damage output. Obviously, they are not battling in neutral territory. Gortok and his buddies will need to make it through Old Stratholme and down the Infinite Corruptor in 25 minutes or less. Assume that Gortok's group knows where to go and how to reach their ultimate opponent. Consider it a defeat for Gortok Palehoof and his crew, if you postulate that they cannot successfully make their way to the Infinite Corruptor. And as with last week's battle, it doesn't make a whole lot of sense that Arthas should be here to butt in, so consider Arthas out.
Remember, focus your debate on the three S's: Style, Story and Scale. Don't get caught up in game mechanics and what players might do in each encounter. Consider the flavor each villainous gladiator brings to bear, then cast your vote for who you think would come out on top.
The Infinite Corruptor is a male Dragonspawn of the Infinite Dragonflight, located in Market Row just past the gate leading to Mal'Ganis. If opponents do not kill him within 25 minutes of entering Old Stratholme, he finishes his task of corrupting a Bronze Drakonid and leaves the instance, calling out "My work here is finished!"
Read more about the Infinite Corruptor's background and tactics
, and sift through player comments
about his typical battle plan. Gortok Palehoof
The Magnataur Gortok Palehoof is the second boss of Utgarde Pinnacle. He will be simultaneously accompanied for the duration of this battle through Old Stratholme by his companions the Furbolg, the Worgen, the Rhino and the Jormunger.Ravenous Furbolg Frenzied Worgen Ferocious Rhino Massive Jormungar
Read more about Gortok Palehoof
and sift through player comments
about typical tactics for him and his companions. The smackdown
Remember: 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, and size up these villains based on their fighting style.
It's not just who wins -- it's why. What's your reasoning? Post up, and let's come up with what goes down!