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The Emerald Nightmare

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This thread is for comments about our Emerald Nightmare raid guide.

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Overview of the Bosses

The Dragons or Nightmare (Ysondre, Lethon, Emeriss, and Taerar) are best left for last because they become much easier after your raid has acquired some gear.

 

Copied from the guide. Notice that you wrote OR instead of OF in the 3rd word of the sentence.

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7 minutes ago, Guest Lueith said:

Overview of the Bosses

The Dragons or Nightmare (Ysondre, Lethon, Emeriss, and Taerar) are best left for last because they become much easier after your raid has acquired some gear.

 

Copied from the guide. Notice that you wrote OR instead of OF in the 3rd word of the sentence.

Noted, thanks for pointing it out!

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After seeing the bosses on live instead of beta, are you reconsidering the recommended kill order? Of course how easy any boss is varies from raid team to raid team with regards to their strenghts/weaknesses. But in my opinion, on normal, after Nythendra, the bosses should be done in this order:

2) Ursoc, 3) Dragons of Nightmare, 4) Elerethe Renferal and 5) Il'gynoth.

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2 hours ago, Laeleiweyn said:

After seeing the bosses on live instead of beta, are you reconsidering the recommended kill order? Of course how easy any boss is varies from raid team to raid team with regards to their strenghts/weaknesses. But in my opinion, on normal, after Nythendra, the bosses should be done in this order:

2) Ursoc, 3) Dragons of Nightmare, 4) Elerethe Renferal and 5) Il'gynoth.

That's very subjective, so what I was planning to do was to go on wowprogress after 1 week and simply look at the most killed bosses and then derive kill orders from it.

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14 hours ago, Laeleiweyn said:

2) Ursoc, 3) Dragons of Nightmare, 4) Elerethe Renferal and 5) Il'gynoth.

Looking at this list, I'd swap the Heart and Elerethe around. It's just so subjective, not only to do with raid comp, but personal ability. I'd agree with Damien's method of simply taking taking the largest data pool we have (wowprogress) and using it to give a suggested path based on number of kills.

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Hello,

Can you insert newer videos in the boss pages for EN? 

The Fat-Boss videos are from PTR and not live versions of the raid.

Cheers,

CS

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6 hours ago, Guest Update video links said:

Can you insert newer videos in the boss pages for EN? 

I'll pass it on! Thanks for the comment :)

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