I'm confused by how to obtain Sartharion's drakes. My better half and I downed 10-man just dandy so it wasn't an issue, but we hit a wall with 25. So I'm seeking clarity from anyone who might better know.
I understand that in order to obtain the mount, you must engage Sartharion while his three drake cronies are still alive. If they are alive when we engage him, can we kill them during the fight and still get the Twilight Drake?
If so... what if we DPS each drake to say 50%, and then engage Sartharion?
Does anyone have tips on how best to tackle this fight in the 25-man raid? (He's a hunter and I'm a priest) We've sorta shrugged it off as something we'll try later when we have better gear, but clearing up these questions would be lovely ^_^;
Ah, yeah, the fight doesn't work that way. You have to fight the drakes after you pull Sartharion -- they come out one at a time. But if you're just duoing it, it's going to be really hard. I'd grab a few other people, if possible. Normally groups these days just ignore the other drakes and burn Sartharion, and it's tough to do that with two people.
I was just running through Scarlet Monastery the other day, when one of the Scarlet Crusaders cried "You carry the taint of the Scourge! Prepare to enter the Twisting Nether!". It got me thinking, is the Twisting Nether considered to be the Azerothian version of Hell? Is it just where humanoids are believed to go when they die? Or is it just the random ramblings of a violent fanatic? (I'm guessing the last one, I'd suppose that different races have different beliefs).
Most humans consider the Twisting Nether to be a void, and it sort of is. Maybe the Scarlets think that's where your soul goes when you die. I also think that line has always been clumsy, though, like a Star Wars novel saying "like a lightsaber through bantha butter!!" when they could just say "like a hot knife through butter".
Can you recommend an addon to manage inventory across alts? I've been doing a lot of heirloom shuffling, and I'm starting to lose track of who has what.
Altoholic is great for just this kind of thing.
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