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Mannoroth Detailed Strategy Guide (Heroic Mode included)

Last updated on Aug 12, 2015 at 08:41 by Azortharion 4 comments

Table of Contents

Boss Icon - Mannoroth

Introduction

This guide is intended to provide a comprehensive description of the encounter with Mannoroth in Hellfire Citadel. It is targeted at anyone who desires to understand the fight mechanics.

This guide is updated for World of Warcraft WoD 6.2.

Mannoroth is the penultimate boss encounter in the Hellfire Citadel raid instance. This is a 4-phase encounter the difficulty of which increases as time goes on. This long encounter will test all aspects of your raid's ability.

About the Author

This guide is written and maintained by Azortharion, a top Hunter with 6 years of raiding experience, who currently raids in Ðanish Terrace, a world top 20 guild.

1. General Information

1.1. LFR Difficulty

For the Looking for Raid version of the fight, we provide you with a special LFR guide. This will tell you everything you need to know in order to complete the encounter, in a quick and concise way.

1.2. Normal and Heroic Difficulty

This guide covers both the Normal and Heroic versions of the encounter, as far as mechanics and general strategy is concerned. The only difference between these two modes is found in the tuning, with Heroic being more difficult.

When we speak of extreme situations (such as the difficulty of a soft enrage timer, or damage from a certain source being too high to survive), we mostly refer to Heroic mode.

1.3. Enrage Timer

We do not currently know what the hard enrage timer for this encounter is.

2. Overview of the Fight

Mannoroth is a 4-phase encounter.

  • Phase One requires you to kill three adds called Fel Iron Summoners.
  • Phase Two starts when the Fel Iron Summoners are killed, at which point Mannoroth spawns, and ends when Mannoroth reaches 65% health.
  • Phase Three lasts from the end of Phase Two until Mannoroth reaches 35% health.
  • Phase Four lasts from the end of Phase Three until the boss dies or the raid wipes.

As the fight goes on, Mannoroth gains a few, new abilities, before empowering them all in Phase Four.

3. Summing Things Up

In this section, we will very briefly summarise what the players belonging to each of the three roles have to do during this fight. This is by no means meant to provide sufficient information to master the encounter, and it is only supposed to give you a very rough idea of what to watch out for.

3.1. Tanks

  • Perform a tank switch while using an active mitigation cooldown right after Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast is cast. This must be done quickly.
  • Use an active mitigation cooldown to avoid getting Puncture Wound Icon Puncture Wound from Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust.
  • In Phase Four, avoid the knock back waves that come for you after Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast.

3.2. Healers

Healing cooldowns are required during Phase One, and then for Phase Four's Empowered Felseeker Icon Empowered Felseeker. During Phase Three and Phase Four, they can be used freely, as no other abilities call for their usage.

3.3. DPS

DPS the targets that appear in the following priority:

  1. Fel Iron Summoners;
  2. Doom Lords;
  3. Fel Imps;
  4. Dread Infernals (only ranged DPS);
  5. Mannoroth.

3.4. Everyone

  • In Phase One
  • Phase Two, Three, and Four
    • Avoid standing in Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion ground effects (Phase Two).
    • Avoid standing in Inferno Icon Inferno ground effects (Phase Two and Three).
    • Split damage from Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Mannoroth's Gaze by having a few raid members stand in the circle surrounding the debuffed player. In Phase Four, make sure to have as few players as possible soaking the damage, to minimise the size of the resulting void zones.
    • Run far away from Felseeker Icon Felseeker (and as far away as you can from Empowered Felseeker Icon Empowered Felseeker in Phase Four).
    • Run against the pushback if targeted by Shadowforce Icon Shadowforce (Phase Three and Four only).
    • Avoid the meteors from Fel Hellstorm Icon Fel Hellstorm.

4. Phase One: The Legion's Might

During Phase One, your raid does not have to deal with Mannoroth himself. Instead, you must contend with three Fel Iron Summoners. One of those adds is located on each side of Mannoroth's platform. They do not do anything until they are actively engaged, so you can choose the order in which you want to face them. Once engaged, they do nothing but spawn adds until their death.

4.1. Abilities

Each of the Fel Iron Summoner is different.

4.1.1. Right Fel Iron Summoner

Shortly after the right Fel Iron Summoner is engaged, it starts casting Curse of the Legion Icon Curse of the Legion on random raid members. Curse of the Legion is a 20-second debuff that deals massive Shadow damage to its target when it expires, or is dispelled, and spawns a Doom Lord at its location.

Doom Lords are large, tankable adds with moderate health and a number of abilities.

  • Doom Spike Icon Doom Spike is a debuff that the Doom Lord regularly stacks on its current tank via its melee attacks. It deals moderate Shadow damage when it expires, based on the amount of stacks it has when it expires. Doom Spike caps out at 20 stacks. This ability does not necessarily require a tank switch.
  • Mark of Doom Icon Mark of Doom is a debuff that the Doom Lord occasionally applies on at least 3 random players. The debuff lasts 15 seconds, but disappear when affected players take damage, which causes them to deal heavy Shadow damage to all raid members within 20 yards of them (visualised by a purple ring around affected raid members). If the debuff is allowed to run its course and expire (that is to say, the affected player does not take damage during the 15 seconds that Mark of Doom lasts), the affected player dies instantly.
  • Shadow Bolt Volley Icon Shadow Bolt Volley deals moderate Shadow damage to all players within 50 yards.

When the rightmost Fel Iron Summoner is killed, Doom Lords that are still alive persist and need to be finished off.

4.1.2. Middle Fel Iron Summoner

Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion is an ability that the middle Fel Iron Summoner regularly casts. It places a number of ground effects (usually 3) under random raid members. After a few seconds, each ground effect deals moderate Fire damage to anyone standing in it and spawns a Fel Imp add at its location.

Fel Imps cannot be tanked, have relatively low health, and use two abilities: Fel Blast Icon Fel Blast and Phase Blink Icon Phase Blink.

  • Fel Blast Icon Fel Blast is an interruptible ability that the Fel Imps almost constantly cast. It deals moderate Fire damage to random raid members, and to all raid members within 3 yards of them.
  • The Fel Imp has a Mana bar that starts at 0 and automatically fills over roughly 15 seconds. When the Fel Imp reaches full Mana, it will cast Phase Blink Icon Phase Blink.
    • Phase Blink Icon Phase Blink teleports the Fel Imp to the location of a random raid member, who triggers a Phase Explosion Icon Phase Explosion, which deals massive Arcane damage to all players within 15 yards.

When the middle Fel Iron Summoner is killed, Fel Imps that are still alive persist and need to be finished off.

4.1.3. Left Fel Iron Summoner

Inferno Icon Inferno is an ability that the leftmost Fel Iron Summoner occasionally casts. It spawns a number of ground effects beneath random raid members. After a few seconds, each of these ground effects deals moderate Fire damage to anyone standing in them and spawns a Dread Infernal add at its location.

Dread Infernals cannot be tanked, have relatively low health, and have three abilities: Fel Streak Icon Fel Streak and Fel Hellfire Icon Fel Hellfire

Fel Streak Icon Fel Streak and Fel Hellfire Icon Fel Hellfire are linked and Dread Infernals keep cycling them. Fel Streak causes the Infernals to charge a random location and deal moderate damage to every raid member within 8 yards of that location, after which time they activate Fel Hellfire Icon Fel Hellfire. This aura causes the Dread Infernals to deal moderate Fire damage to all raid members within 10 yard every second, for 17 seconds. During that time, they remain immobile, doing nothing. Once the 17 seconds are over, the Dread Infernals cast Fel Streak again and the cycle starts anew.

4.2. Strategy

The goal of Phase One is to get through it as quickly as possible, without getting overwhelmed by the adds that spawn. Classes that deal high AoE damage while still being able to focus a single target are very powerful, here.

We recommend dealing with each Fel Iron Summoner individually, starting with the right one (followed by middle and left). It is likely that the Mannoroth encounter will last long enough for Bloodlust Icon Bloodlust/Heroism Icon Heroism/Time Warp Icon Time Warp to be used at the start of the fight, which we recommend, and then again during Phase Four.

4.2.1. Tanking Concerns

Use a defensive cooldown for when Doom Spike Icon Doom Spike expires at 20 stacks. Alternatively, a tank switch can be performed at 10 stacks, in order to let the two tanks alternate who takes damage.

4.2.2. Positioning

We recommend spreading around rather loosely near the Fel Iron Summoner that the raid is currently dealing with. Most of the adds that spawn have abilities that are based on proximity to each other.

4.2.3. Handling the Right Fel Iron Summoner

For Curse of the Legion Icon Curse of the Legion, run close to a tank when the debuff is about to expire, and use a defensive cooldown. This is to prevent the tank from having to run more than necessary, in order to pick up the subsequent Doom Lord.

For Mark of Doom Icon Mark of Doom, damage must be taken to avoid certain death. We recommend running towards the middle of the room, and into the large, green pool, while ensuring that no other raid members are within the large, purple circle around you. This pool deals slight damage, and will trigger the Mark of Doom.

Interrupt Shadow Bolt Volley Icon Shadow Bolt Volley as much as possible.

4.2.4. Handling the Middle Fel Iron Summoner

For Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion, step out of the ground effects that spawn underneath you.

Fel Imps should not be focused down, but simply cleaved down as much as possible. Ideally, they should be killed before they reach full Mana and start doing Phase Blink Icon Phase Blink.

Interrupt Fel Blast Icon Fel Blast as much as possible. Spread at least 3 yards to avoid taking splash damage from Fel Blast Icon Fel Blast casts that will inevitably go through, due to the number of Fel Imps that are likely to be alive.

Kill Fel Imps in a timely fashion to avoid them casting Phase Blink Icon Phase Blink.

4.2.5. Handling the Left Fel Iron Summoner

For Inferno Icon Inferno, step out of the ground effects that appear underneath you.

Dread Infernal should be focused down as a rather high priority, but only by ranged players.

For Fel Streak Icon Fel Streak, move away from the targeted location.

For Fel Hellfire Icon Fel Hellfire, stand at least 10 yards away from any Dread Infernals. Only ranged DPS players can deal damage to them.

Do not kill the final Fel Iron Summoner before all other adds have been killed, as Mannoroth will spawn shortly after it is killed.

5. Phase Two: The Resurrection

Phase Two begins immediately after the final Fel Iron Summoner dies. The large, green pool in the middle of the room will disappear, and Mannoroth will appear from it shortly after. This Phase lasts until Mannoroth reaches 65% health.

In Phase Two, Fel Imps and Dread Infernals will regularly spawn, in a similar fashion as they do in Phase One.

5.1. Abilities

Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion is occasionally used and spawns Fel Imps, similarly to Phase One.

Inferno Icon Inferno is occasionally used and spawns Dread Infernals, similarly to Phase One.

Glaive Combo Icon Glaive Combo is a combo of abilities that Mannoroth occasionally uses on his tanks, in the following order: Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust, Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast, and Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust again, in rapid succession.

  • Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust deals massive Physical damage to the tank, and affects them with Puncture Wound Icon Puncture Wound, which deals moderate Physical damage every 1 second for 10 seconds. Tanks using active mitigation cooldowns when Glaive Thrust is cast are not affected by Puncture Wound Icon Puncture Wound.
  • Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast deals massive Shadow damage to the tank, and knocks them back, across the entire platform. Tanks struck by Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast take 300% increased damage from it for 45 seconds. This ability requires a tank switch.

Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Mannoroth's Gaze is an ability that Mannoroth occasionally uses. It fears a few random raid members for 4 seconds. When Mannoroth's Gaze is dispelled, or expires by itself, it deals massive Shadow damage, split evenly between the feared raid member, and all raid members within 8 yards of them.

Fel Hellstorm Icon Fel Hellstorm is an ability that Mannoroth occasionally uses. It causes a number of meteors to fall down around him for 6 seconds. The locations where the meteors are falling are clearly marked ahead of time with dark circles, giving raid members time to move and avoid the moderate Fire damage that these meteors inflict.

Felseeker Icon Felseeker is an ability that Mannoroth occasionally uses, causing a series of 3 explosions at the location of a random raid member. The first explosion deals a low amount of damage in a small area. 2 seconds afterwards, the second explosion deals heavy damage in the same area, but with a larger radius. Finally, after another 2 seconds, the third explosion deals a massive amount of damage, still in the same area, but with a much larger radius.

5.2. Strategy

During this phase, you still need to handle two of the adds from Phase One, the Fel Imps and the Dread Infernals, all the while dealing with Mannoroth's abilities.

5.2.1. Tanking Concerns

We recommend tanking Mannoroth towards any side of the room where a large pillar is located. The boss is tanked facing in the direction of this pillar, so that Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast knockbacks cause the affected tank to hit this pillar, instead of being knocked far back.

For Glaive Combo Icon Glaive Combo, Mannoroth's current tank needs to get hit by both the first Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust and Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast, using an active mitigation cooldown for Glaive Thrust, in order to prevent the application of Puncture Wound Icon Puncture Wound. After Massive Blast has been cast, the other tank should taunt Mannoroth to receive the second Glaive Thrust, also using an active mitigation cooldown to reduce the damage and prevent the application of Puncture Wound.

5.2.2. Positioning

For Phase Two, we recommend the entire raid stacking up near the sides of the boss. This positioning is assumed when we explain the boss' mechanics below.

5.2.3. Handling the Mechanics

For Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Mannoroth's Gaze, we recommend stacking up and immediately dispelling affected raid members. If that fails, then have the raid split up to follow the feared raid members, in order to split the damage.

For Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion, Inferno Icon Inferno, and Fel Hellstorm Icon Fel Hellstorm, the raid simply needs to move away from the affected area.

Felseeker Icon Felseeker's ground effect is very obvious, especially for the second and third explosions. The 2-second interval between the explosions gives you enough time to move out of harm's way, even if you cannot use movement speed-enhancing abilities.

6. Phase Three: The Shadowfel Amalgamation

Phase Three starts when Mannoroth reaches 65% health and ends when he reaches 35% health. This phase is very similar to Phase Two, as Mannoroth only gains one ability.

6.1. Abilities

Mannoroth retains all his abilities from Phase Two: Glaive Combo Icon Glaive Combo, Fel Hellstorm Icon Fel Hellstorm, Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Mannoroth's Gaze, and Felseeker Icon Felseeker. Inferno Icon Inferno still spawns Dread Infernals, but Fel Imp-losion Icon Fel Imp-losion is no longer used, meaning that Fel Imps no longer appear.

In addition to those, Mannoroth gains a new ability called Shadowforce Icon Shadowforce, which he regularly channels. He targets a few, random raid members and pushes them away from him, towards the edges of the platform for 6 seconds, dealing low Shadow damage to them every second.

6.2. Strategy

The strategy for Phase Three is the mostly same as for Phase Two. Because of Glaive Combo Icon Glaive Combo, Mannoroth is already being tanked next to a pillar, on the edge of the platform, which is the perfect location to have him for Shadowforce Icon Shadowforce. Indeed, the ability pushes players away from him, so players just need to stand between the boss and the center of the platform, to maximise the distance they have before being pushed off the platform.

7. Phase Four: EMPOWERMENT!

Phase Four starts when Mannoroth reaches 35% health and it lasts until he dies. In this phase, all of his abilities from Phase Three are empowered, making them slightly more difficult to handle.

7.1. Abilities

Inferno Icon Inferno is no longer used in Phase Four, meaning that the Dread Infernals will no longer spawn.

Aside from that, Mannoroth retains all of his abilities and they become empowered.

  • Empowered Glaive Combo Icon Empowered Glaive Combo causes Glaive Thrust Icon Glaive Thrust to target a cone area in front of the boss, instead of just the tank, and Massive Blast Icon Massive Blast to send knock back waves after the tank that has been knocked back, potentially knocking them back further and off the platform.
  • Empowered Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Empowered Mannoroth's Gaze causes targeted players to leave a void zone on the ground when the fear effect expires. The size of the void zone is proportional to the number of players who helped soak the Shadow damage explosion.
  • Empowered Fel Hellstorm Icon Empowered Fel Hellstorm causes the meteor to now target random locations over the entire platform, and the intensity of the meteor fall grows over time (meaning that there will be an increasing number of falling meteors).
  • Empowered Felseeker Icon Empowered Felseeker now deals damage proportional to how close people are to the explosion.
  • Empowered Shadowforce Icon Empowered Shadowforce now targets every raid member, instead of just a few.

7.2. Strategy

The strategy remains very similar to the strategy in Phase Three, with a few tweaks to account for the abilities having been empowered.

Empowered Glaive Combo Icon Empowered Glaive Combo has the added positioning requirement that no one besides the tank should stand in front of the boss. Additionally, the tank that is knocked back must be careful not to get knocked over the edge of the platform by the subsequent waves.

Empowered Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Empowered Mannoroth's Gaze requires the raid to minimise the size of the void zones, by having as few raid members as possible soak the damage of the explosion when the fear effect ends or is dispelled. We do not know yet the optimal number of soakers.

Empowered Fel Hellstorm Icon Empowered Fel Hellstorm require raid members to move away from the falling meteors with increasing frequency. Eventually, DPS players (particularly ranged players) will no longer be able to avoid all of the meteors, because they will need to stand still to some extent, in order to deal damage and kill the boss.

Empowered Felseeker Icon Empowered Felseeker should be handled in exactly the same way as before, just that instead of stopping outside the marked area, players should keep moving away to reduce the damage taken.

Empowered Shadowforce Icon Empowered Shadowforce targets everyone in the raid instead of just a few players. The main problem with this ability is that the positioning it requires (everyone between the boss and the center of the platform) is not compatible with the positioning for Empowered Glaive Combo, where only the tank should be standing in front of the boss, so it is important to properly switch positioning for each ability.

8. When to use the Legendary Ring

We recommend that DPS players use the Legendary Ring as often as possible, while saving a usage for the beginning of Phase Four, as the numerous Empowered abilities can quickly overwhelm the raid.

We recommend that healing players use their Legendary Ring as often as possible. Almost all of Mannoroth's abilities deal damage, but few of them are raid-wide or lethal. We do recommend saving a usage for Phase Four, however.

Finally, we recommend that tank players use their Legendary Ring as often as possible, while lining it up with Mannoroth's Glaive Combo Icon Glaive Combo. Additionally, we recommend saving a usage for Phase Four.

9. When to use Heroism/Bloodlust/Time Warp

We recommend using Heroism Icon Heroism/Bloodlust Icon Bloodlust/Time Warp Icon Time Warp at the start of the fight, as well as when Mannoroth enters Phase Four, as the fight gets extremely difficult at this point.

10. Learning the Fight

Each phase of the fight builds upon the previous phase to add a few elements and make the fight more difficult. When it comes to learning the fight, this makes for a smooth experience. Every time you reach a new phase, you still get to practice the previous phases, because of the elements that have been retained, making it easier to reach that new phase again.

The easiest way to make it through the various phases is to prevent mistakes that lead to deaths. The most common causes of death will be bad positioning for Shadowforce Icon Shadowforce (and subsequently dying from being ejected from the platform), not moving fast enough from Fel Hellstorm Icon Fel Hellstorm (and subsequently dying from the massive damage of the third explosion), and not having enough raid members to soak the explosion of Mannoroth's Gaze Icon Mannoroth's Gaze. These are deaths that can be avoided by prompt announcements from the raid leader(s).

In Phase Four, things will become more hectic, but the phase is extremely similar to Phase Three, with only one entirely new mechanics on Empowered Glaive Combo Icon Empowered Glaive Combo. So, the phase is not as difficult as it may seem, but it does require proper positioning for the empowered combo and this needs to be emphasised.

11. Loot

In this section, you will find the loot table for Mannoroth. The section is divided in 3 subsections: armor, weapons, and the rest (neck, back, finger, and trinket items).

11.1. Armor

Item Name Armor Slot Secondary Stats
Felfume Mantle Icon Felfume Mantle — LFR Cloth Shoulders
  • Haste
  • Mastery
Pious Raiment Icon Pious Raiment (Heroic, Mythic) Cloth Chest
  • Critical Strike
  • Haste
Deathrattle Robe Icon Deathrattle Robe (Heroic, Mythic) Cloth Chest
  • Mastery
  • Haste
Robe of the Arcanic Conclave Icon Robe of the Arcanic Conclave (Heroic, Mythic) Cloth Chest
  • Haste
  • Mastery
Leggings of the Iron Summoner Icon Leggings of the Iron Summoner (Heroic, Mythic) Cloth Legs
  • Haste
  • Critical Strike
Leggings of Wasted Flesh Icon Leggings of Wasted Flesh — LFR Cloth Legs
  • Critical Strike
  • Mastery
Pit Lord's Cowl Icon Pit Lord's Cowl — LFR Leather Head
  • Haste
  • Mastery
Ironpelt Pauldrons Icon Ironpelt Pauldrons — LFR Leather Shoulders
  • Critical Strike
  • Haste
Felblade Chestguard Icon Felblade Chestguard (Heroic, Mythic) Leather Chest
  • Critical Strike
  • Multistrike
Robe of the Hurricane's Eye Icon Robe of the Hurricane's Eye (Heroic, Mythic) Leather Chest
  • Mastery
  • Multistrike
Oathclaw Vestment Icon Oathclaw Vestment (Heroic, Mythic) Leather Chest
  • Haste
  • Mastery
Empowered Demonskin Kilt Icon Empowered Demonskin Kilt (Heroic, Mythic) Leather Legs
  • Critical Strike
  • Haste
Rancorbite Spaulders Icon Rancorbite Spaulders — LFR Mail Shoulders
  • Multistrike
  • Mastery
Hauberk of the Savage Hunt Icon Hauberk of the Savage Hunt (Heroic, Mythic) Mail Chest
  • Mastery
  • Critical Strike
Robe of the Living Mountain Icon Robe of the Living Mountain (Heroic, Mythic) Mail Chest
  • Mastery
  • Multistrike
Bracers of Fel Empowerment Icon Bracers of Fel Empowerment (Heroic, Mythic) Mail Wrists
  • Multistrike
  • Critical Strike
Hellstorm Sabatons Icon Hellstorm Sabatons — LFR Mail Feet
  • Critical Strike
  • Mastery
Demonbreaker Pauldrons Icon Demonbreaker Pauldrons — LFR Plate Shoulders
  • Haste
  • Multistrike
Cuirass of the Ceaseless Vigil Icon Cuirass of the Ceaseless Vigil (Heroic, Mythic) Plate Chest
  • Haste
  • Multistrike
Demongaze Chestplate Icon Demongaze Chestplate (Heroic, Mythic) Plate Chest
  • Multistrike
  • Critical Strike
Breastplate of Iron Wrath Icon Breastplate of Iron Wrath (Heroic, Mythic) Plate Chest
  • Multistrike
  • Haste
Demonforged Iron Bracers Icon Demonforged Iron Bracers — LFR Plate Wrists
  • Haste
  • Mastery
Annihilan's Waistplate Icon Annihilan's Waistplate (Heroic, Mythic) Plate Waist
  • Critical Strike
  • Mastery

11.2. Weapons

Item Name Type Main Stats Secondary Stats
Fel-Light Lantern Icon Fel-Light Lantern — LFR OH Frill Intellect
  • Multistrike
  • Critical Strike
Thumping Demonheart Fetish Icon Thumping Demonheart Fetish (Heroic, Mythic) OH Frill Intellect
  • Mastery
  • Haste
Snarlwood Recurve Bow Icon Snarlwood Recurve Bow — LFR Bow Agility
  • Mastery
  • Critical Strike
Cursed Demonbone Longbow Icon Cursed Demonbone Longbow (Heroic, Mythic) Bow Agility
  • Multistrike
  • Critical Strike
Serrated Bloodritual Dagger Icon Serrated Bloodritual Dagger — LFR Dagger Agility
  • Mastery
  • Multistrike
Fang of the Pit Icon Fang of the Pit (Heroic, Mythic) Dagger Agility
  • Mastery
  • Multistrike
Irontalon Staff Icon Irontalon Staff — LFR Staff Agility
  • Haste
  • Critical Strike
Xu'tenash, Glaive of Ruin Icon Xu'tenash, Glaive of Ruin (Heroic, Mythic) Polearm Agility
  • Multistrike
  • Mastery

11.3. Amulets, Cloaks, Rings, and Trinkets

Item Name Type Main Stats Secondary Stats
Locket of Unholy Reconstitution Icon Locket of Unholy Reconstitution (Heroic, Mythic) Amulet Intellect
  • Spirit
  • Multistrike
Cloak of Tangible Dread Icon Cloak of Tangible Dread (Heroic, Mythic) Cloak Agility
  • Mastery
  • Haste
Mark of the Destructor Icon Mark of the Destructor — LFR Ring Strength
  • Mastery
  • Multistrike
Mannoroth's Calcified Eye Icon Mannoroth's Calcified Eye (Heroic, Mythic) Ring
  • Agility
  • Strength
  • Bonus Armor
  • Mastery
Prophecy of Fear Icon Prophecy of Fear (Heroic, Mythic) Trinket Intellect Extra damage
Empty Drinking Horn Icon Empty Drinking Horn (Heroic, Mythic) Trinket Strength Extra damage

12. Concluding Remarks

This concludes our raid guide for Mannoroth. We hope you have found it helpful. Please do not hesitate to post any feedback you may have on our forums.

13. ChangeLog

  • 12 Aug. 2015: Added link to LFR guide.
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