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My Priest deck to defeat Emperor Thaurissan/ Blackrock Mountain

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After a few tweaks and tries here is the deck I used to defeat Emperor Thaurissan in Blackrock Mountain

 

 

 

2 - Silence

2 - Inner Fire

2 - Mind Vision

2 - Power Word: Shield

2 - Divine Spirit

2- Shadow Word: Pain

2- Annoy-o-Tron

2 - Ironbeak Owl

2 - Lightwell

2 - Shadow Word: Death

2 - Thoughtsteal

2 - Velen's Chosen

2 - Shadow Madness

2 - Lightspawn

2 - Spellbreaker

 

I am sure there are other combinations that might be better but for me the high priority was to silence his minions and to steal his cards to use against him.

 

This is my first post here and I am somewhat of a novice when it comes to building decks but this one seems to be working.

 

Delsh

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Was it heroic? because in normal, he seems to be beatable with pretty much any deck (almost), and in heroic the annoyotron will kill you on the spot.

I don't mean to be negative or anything, but at first I supposed it was for heroic, and it makes sense to some degree, but the vuvuzela droid looks really odd to me, as far as HM goes...

 

upd: actually got the Heroic version with a similar deck with little to no problem. The key card, apart from the Divine Spirit->Inner Fire combo, is the turn 2 Crazed Alchemist for the guy's wife (or the right spare part could do the trick). I used this deck, but its far from perfect; if i were do suggest a deck to someone, i'd probably come up with something like this.

Either way, this turned out to be so much easier than what I thought while I suicided at him with Warrior over and over again.

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I can recommend Priest for this fight as well. I beat the heroic version with a very similar deck - and thanks to a lucky mulligan, on the first try too. The key was having Lightwell, buff cards and silences in hand to keep your hero and Moira alive.

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    • By Gwenymph
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      Beastlord Darmac:
       
      Assuming Cruelfang > Ironcrusher > Dreadwing
       
      Disc:  Max out your Evangelism on pull with Power Infusion, or max it prepull if you have your 2set.  Archangel asap then Cascade when your BossMod Pin Down cooldown is at 2.  Follow Cascade with a queued up Empowered Archangel Prayer of Healing on your Tank/Melee group but if the Pin Down AoE does not effect that group, /stop casting and hit the appropriate raid group (my team centered healers in the room and we all were in G4, so my fallback EAA PoH goes off on myself).  During the entirety of this encounter, Power Word: Shield any raid members that get the Rend and Tear debuff as long as your Mana can sustain it.  Max AA and Cascade will be up again for Cruelfang's first Savage Howl.  AA as soon as it's ready, then Cascade with 2 or less seconds on your BossMod for Savage Howl, follow it up again immediately with a EAA PoH on your Tank/Melee group.  Cascade will be up again for the second Savage Howl, 2 seconds out from the CD fits well with recovery.  Sidenote w/ 2pc at the second Savage Howl; if you have it then your AA and Cascade will be up for consecutive Savage Howl as long as you are using it on CD.  If you do not have it or forgot to stack Evangelism prepull then you will be just a couple seconds behind on the second Savage Howl.  Do not AA without max stacks or EAA PoH after everyone is back up to full health just for the Divine Aegis.  AA at max then hold the EAA PoH for the next Pin Down AoE that goes out as you did on pull.  
       
      For Ironcrusher, begin to line up your EAA PoH and Cascade for the first Tantrum.  This phase, the damage is negligible and you are most efficient just hitting the Tanks with PWS and lining up EAA PoH and Cascade with every Tantrum.  Comfortably maintain the amount of Rend and Tear PWS targets you have, or select those only with the longest duration.
       
      For Dreadwing, the encounter continues where Ironcrusher left off, in that most of the damage that is going out is a product of how aware your DPS are.  Continue with the efficient overlapping of Tantrum with EAA PoH and Cascade.  Glyph of Purification for the Conflagration and Inferno Breath debuffs.  
       
      The Mythic only mount Faultline will cause the incidental damage to go up quite a bit as you master healing this fight. For those Mana hoarders it is now safe to start EAA PoH and Cascading on CD, relying more on the other healers to fill up bars when they don't overlap Tantrum.  As your healing team gets better you can go back to holding your CDs for maximum efficiency.
       
      When Faultline dies your priority healing will be pushed to it peak of this encounter.  Keep PWS up on the Tanks > Rend and Tear > Lowest Health > Melee(Epicenter). AA, EAA PoH, Cascade on CD, until Loot Phase and roll that Mythic WF Chewtoy with a socket!
       
      Your Power Word: Barrier will be called for by your Raid/Healing Lead. PI can be used on CD for the entirety of the encounter.  I chose to take Penance, Purify, and Purification Glyphs but Fade in place of Purify also works great while learning the encounters timers.
       
      **VID
       
      There are other Priest approaches to this encounter based on Healing Comp, Raid DPS, and Strategy to name a few.  When there is something that works better for your team please share it.  Conversely, if there is something mentioned here that does not work with your make up please share it so people do not unnecessarily bang their heads against a wall.
       
      Hans & Franz:
       
      Disc:   Depending on your healing team break down, Clarity of Will or Words of Mending will be taken for the encounter.  CoW, of course, if your team is having trouble with Tank deaths.  CoW will have you keeping an 80%+ uptime on your tanks and less time prepping for Aftershock.  The downtime will be caused by /stop casting for Smart Stampers and Searing Plates.  Keep your tanks alive through Crippling Suplex and have faith in your healing team to keep the raid up during Aftershock, very straight forward, mind numbing approach but very effective against Tank deaths.
       
      If you are not assigned to Tanks full time and taking WoM you will still keep a 100% uptime of Weakened Soul on both of them.  Along with Penance pretty much on CD after the first 30-45seconds of the fight.
       
      On pull you will have plenty of Atonement time and it is not necessarily a requirement to prestack Evangelism w/ 2pc bonus to have Archangel ready for the first Aftershock.  During your first handling of the Smart Stampers as you begin the encounter, you will have about 20 seconds to prep.  Get your Empowered Archangel Prayer of Healing off on your Tank group and get as much PWS coverage going out as you can, about 13 seconds out from Aftershock, after popping Power Infusion > AA.  Cascade as soon as Aftershock goes out and continue the Smart Stampers pattern.  After that make sure you have PWS up for the Tank handling Crippling Suplex and channel Penance on them as they take the damage to help ease the recovery, Divine Aegis are a plus    Damage is negligible while waiting for the next Aftershock so where you would normally cast AA on CD, get your timing down so that EAA is still up for PoH > Cascade when the second Aftershock goes off.  Most pulls, I only had to hold off AA 10 seconds max to make sure I was still able to get both off.
       
      During the second phase of Smart Stampers keep your priority on the Tanks for PWS and Evan Waeve in preparation to AA > Cascade the overlapping Aftershock, I found it more helpful to hold the EAA PoH until the following Aftershock (for our groups DPS this happened after we moved into regular Stamper phase).  The EAA buff had about 3-6 seconds remaining in time to get the PoH off with Aftershock.  If you hit AA > Cascade early, go ahead and EAA PoH at 2-3 seconds of the buff remaing so you are not wasting it.  At that point you'll at least have the DA up to help absorb.
       
      During this Pulverize phase, Aftershock will be going out faster and faster, your Power Word: Barrier will be called for by the Raid/Healing Lead.  Maintain your Evan Weave between your PWS and EAA PoH > Cascade on CD.
       
      The fight will reset after that Pulverize phase and you get Smart Stampers > Searing Plates again.  The new wrinkle will be a Pulverize phase that overlaps your Searing Plates.  Tanks are top priority as all healers are moving, let your Penance overheal them for safety (if you use the /stop casting for it normally).  Max PWS spam on everyone as they are dodging Plates and Stampers and EAA PoH the Tank group on CD > Cascade.  Learning the dance is the name of the game, position yourself on a 4-corner so you are able to evade any combination of Stampers that comes down.
       
      **VID
       
      There are other Priest approaches to this encounter based on Healing Comp, Raid DPS, and Strategy to name a few.  When there is something that works better for your team please share it.  Conversely, if there is something mentioned here that does not work with your make up please share it so people do not unnecessarily bang their heads against a wall.
       
      Flamebender Ka'graz:
       
      Disc:   Clarity of Will is very strong on this fight, and between the Cinder Wolf and Rising Flames I have found that it is the best fit to my healing team.  Pre-stack it on pull, then on pull, Power Infusion > max Evangelism > Archangel with less than 15 seconds until Molten Torrent.  Once you AA, Power Word: Shield the Melee to help soak the Molten Torrent and as it goes off hit the Tank group with your Empowered Archangel Prayer of Healing > Cascade.  Keep up CoW and Evan Weave and prep for Cinder Wolf.  Getting Melee covered with PWS helps with incidental Lava Slash and Molten Torrent damage as your healing team will be focusing on keeping Fixate targets alive.  Fixate targets are more susceptible to death during this phase than your Tanks are so make them your priority and limit the overhealing by tracking the dubuff on your UI, it only lasts
      8 seconds.  Have EAA PoH > Cascade ready for Firestorm and pop Power Word: Barrier when your Raid/Heal lead calls for it. PWS low health targets and get your CoW back up as soon as it ends are you are re-positioned.  The encounter resets and you are back to keeping CoW stacked and prepping for Molten Torrent with PWS and EAA PoH > Cascade.  Along with getting a PWS on the Blazing Radiance target, this encounter is extremely similar to the Heroic version and can be healed as such.  Keep an eye on your timers and prep for each Firestorm and Cinder Wolf first and take any Molten Torrent EAA overlapping as it comes.  Good luck on Mythic Tier!
       
      Here is a very boring Top Down PoV of CoW talent kill.  
       
      **VID
       
      There are other Priest approaches to this encounter based on Healing Comp, Raid DPS, and Strategy to name a few.  When there is something that works better for your team please share it.  Conversely, if there is something mentioned here that does not work with your make up please share it so people do not unnecessarily bang their heads against a wall.
       
       
      Kromog:
       
       
       
      Operator Thogar:
       
       
       
      Iron Maidens:
       
       
       
      Blackhand: