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There's a flaw in the strat. The mines do not persist "forever"; at least in Heroic.

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Guest mrtiscomingforyou

You fail to mention that (at least in heroic) you have to explode the mines on their own (even without the general's pod). Otherwise, they all explode and wipe you. Pretty important.

You're completely wrong about the felshield emitters. You cast the ability on cooldown, not before each fusilade. That way you have enough shields for phase 3.

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Guest Phaydre-Darrowmere

You do not have to deliberately clear the mines if you limit the area in which you drop mines and use the 3rd pod wisely, clearing the oldest mines first. They explode after 3 min 45 sec, and since the bosses rotate once per minute, you will be in the 3rd pod a full 45 seconds before the first set of mines explode, and remember that the mines are dropped only a couple at a time, so it's not like all of them will explode at once. That full minute in the pod should give you enough time to drop 10-11 Disruptor Beacons to clear almost all of the mines. Another tip is that since the Felshield dome reduces fire damage by 50%, while you are under the dome is a good time to clear any mines in your path.

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On 12/29/2017 at 4:19 AM, Blainie said:

I've passed on all the feedback above for Furty to take a look at. Thanks everyone!

I'm a little disappointed. It's been almost a month, and still no updates. My raid was dying to this mechanic for several attempts last night, at something that was clearly wrong in the guide.

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On 1/18/2018 at 6:43 PM, danbopes said:

I'm a little disappointed. It's been almost a month, and still no updates. My raid was dying to this mechanic for several attempts last night, at something that was clearly wrong in the guide.

I'll put it another note, I'm not sure why it wasn't updated - there should have been one applied, so it must have been overwritten with the old guide format. Sorry for the delay!

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