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Guest omnomnim

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

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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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      Piety of Mana: Cosmic Ripple heals 15% more and restores [1.5/3]% of your mana. Two Rank Talent.
      Choice Node:
      Holy Word: Salvation: Heals all allies within 40 yards and applies Renew and 2 stacks of Prayer of Mending to each of them. Cooldown reduced by 30 sec when you cast Holy Word: Serenity or Holy Word: Sanctify. Apotheosis: Reset the cooldowns of your Holy Words, and enter a pure Holy form for 20 sec, increasing the cooldown reductions to your Holy Words by 300% and reducing their cost by 100%. Burning Vehemence: Reduces the cast time of Holy Fire by [25/50]% and reduces its cooldown by [20/40]%. Two Rank Talent.
      Holy Row 9
      Gales of Song: Divine Hymn heals for [10/20]% more. Stacks of Divine Hymn increase healing received by an additional [2/4]%. Two Rank Talent.
      Rune of Healing: Circle of Healing reduces the cooldown of Holy Word: Sanctify by 4 sec.
      Resonant Words: Casting a Holy Word spell increases the healing of your next Heal or Flash Heal by [25/50]%. Two Rank Talent.
      Rune of Mending: Prayer of Mending reduces the cooldown of Holy Word: Serenity by 4 sec.
      Holy Oration: Spells that reduce the cooldowns of your Holy Words reduce them by [10/20]% more. Two Rank Talent.
      Rune of Fire: Holy Fire reduces the cooldown of Holy Word: Chastise by 4 sec.
      Searing Light: Smite deals [15/30]% additional damage to targets affected by Holy Fire. Holy Nova deals [15/30]% additional damage to targets affected by Holy Fire. Two Rank Talent.
      Holy Row 10
      Lightwell: Creates a Holy Lightwell. Every 1 sec the Lightwell will attempt to heal party and raid members within 10 yards that are lower than 50% health over 6 sec. Lightwell lasts for 3 min or until 15 heals are expended. 3 minute cooldown.
      Divine Words: The effectiveness of your next Holy Word: Serenity, Sanctify, or Chastise is increased by 50% and grants a corresponding Divine Favor for 15 sec. 1 minute cooldown.
      Serenity: Flash Heal, Heal, and Renew heal for more, critically strike more often, and cost less to cast. Sanctify: Sanctify blesses the area where it was cast, healing allies. Chastise: Increased damage and Smite has a chance to apply Holy Fire. Empyreal Blaze: Refreshes Holy Fire. Your next 3 casts of Holy Fire cost no mana, incur no cooldown, and cast instantly. 30 second cooldown. Passive: Whenever Holy Fire is reapplied, its duration is now extended instead.
      Shadow Priest Talents. [NNF] denotes a talent that has a temporary, not yet final name.
      Shadow Priest Baseline Abilities
      Shadowform: Assume a Shadowform, increasing your spell damage dealt by 10%.
      Shadow Row 1
      Mind Flay: Assaults the target's mind with Shadow energy, causing Shadow damage over 4.5 sec and slowing their movement speed by 50%. Generates 18 Insanity over its duration.
      Shadow Row 2
      Vampiric Touch: A touch of darkness that causes Shadow damage over 21 sec and heals you for 50% of damage dealt. Generates 5 Insanity.
      Devouring Plague: Afflicts the target with a disease that instantly causes Shadow damage plus additional Shadow damage over 6 sec. Heals you for 50% of damage dealt. If this effect is reapplied, any remaining damage will be added to the new Devouring Plague. Costs 50 Insanity.
      Mind Sear: Corrosive shadow energy radiates from the target, dealing Shadow damage over 4.5 sec to all enemies within 10 yards of the target.
      Shadow Row 3
      Death and Madness: If a target dies within 7 sec after being struck by your Shadow Word: Death, you gain 40 Insanity over 4 sec and the cooldown of your Shadow Word: Death is reset.
      Choice Node:
      Mind Bomb: Inflicts the target with a Mind Bomb. After 2 sec or if the target dies, it unleashes a psychic explosion, disorienting all enemies within 8 yds of the target for 6 sec. Psychic Voice: Reduces the cooldown of Psychic Scream by 30 sec. Choice Node:
      Misery: Vampiric Touch also applies Shadow Word: Pain to the target. Shadow Word: Pain lasts an additional 5 sec. Searing Nightmare: Instantly deals Shadow damage to enemies around the target and afflicts them with Shadow Word: Pain. If the enemy is already afflicted by your Shadow Word: Pain, Searing Nightmare's damage is increased by 100%. Only usable while channeling Mind Sear. Silence: Silences the target, preventing them from casting spells for 4 sec. Against non-players, also interrupts spellcasting and prevents any spell in that school from being cast for 4 sec.
      Fortress of the Mind: Mind Flay and Mind Blast deal [5/10]% more damage and generate [10/20]% more Insanity. Two Rank Talent.
      Shadow Row 4
      Vampiric Embrace: Fills you with the embrace of Shadow energy for 15 sec, causing you to heal a nearby ally for 50% of any single-target Shadow spell damage you deal.
      Unfurling Darkness: After casting Vampiric Touch on a target, your next Vampiric Touch within 8 sec is instant cast and deals 1,291 Shadow damage immediately. This effect cannot occur more than once every 15 sec.
      Vampiric Insight: Vampiric Touch periodic damage has a chance to reset the remaining cooldown on Mind Blast and cause your next Mind Blast to be instant.
      Last Word: Reduces the cooldown of Silence by 15 sec.
      Dispersion: Disperse into pure shadow energy, reducing all damage taken by 75% for 6 sec, but you are unable to attack or cast spells. Castable while stunned, feared, or silenced.
      Shadow Row 5
      San'layn: Reduces the cooldown of Vampiric Embrace by 45 sec and increases its healing done by 25%.
      Hallucinations: Your successful Dispel Magic, Mass Dispel, Purify Disease, Vampiric Embrace, and Power Word: Shield casts generate 6 Insanity during combat.
      Shadowy Apparitions: When you use Mind Blast, Devouring Plague or Void Bolt you also create a shadowy version of yourself that floats towards all targets afflicted by your Vampiric Touch dealing Shadow damage. Critical strikes will cause two Apparitions to be created.
      Void Eruption: Releases an explosive blast of pure void energy, activating Voidform and causing Shadow damage to all enemies within 10 yds of your target. During Voidform, this ability is replaced by Void Bolt.
      Monomania: While channeling Mind Flay or Mind Sear, the periodic rate of your Vampiric Touch and Shadow Word: Pain on your current target is increased by 100%. Mind Blast gains 1 additional charge.
      Psychic Horror: Terrifies the target in place, stunning them for 4 sec.
      Intangibility: Dispersion heals for 50% of your maximum health over its duration and has 30 sec reduced cooldown.
      Shadow Row 6
      Psychic Link: Mind Blast deals [30/60]% of its damage to all other targets afflicted by your Vampiric Touch within 40 yards. Two Rank Talent.
      Auspicious Spirits: Your Shadowy Apparitions now deal 15% increased damage and generate 2 Insanity.
      Choice Node:
      Hungering Void: Void Bolt causes the target to become vulnerable to the void, increasing their damage taken from you by 10% for 6 sec. This effect may only be active on one target at a time. Casting Void Bolt on an enemy that is already vulnerable extends the duration of your Voidform by 1 sec, or 2 sec if Void Bolt critically strikes. Surrender to Madness: Deals Shadow damage to the target and activates Voidform. For the next 30 sec, your Insanity-generating abilities generate 100% more Insanity and you can cast while moving. If the target does not die within 30 sec of using Surrender to Madness, you die. Damnation: Instantly afflicts the target with Shadow Word: Pain, Vampiric Touch and Devouring Plague.
      Void Touched: While not in Void Form, Mind Flay has a [5/10]% chance to allow you to cast Void Bolt. Two Rank Talent.
      Shadow Row 7
      Shadow Crash: Hurl a bolt of slow-moving Shadow energy at the destination, dealing Shadow damage to all targets within 8 yards. Generates 15 Insanity.
      Ancient Madness: Voidform increases your critical strike chance by 30% for 15 sec, reducing by 2% every sec.
      Malediction: Reduces the cooldown of Damnation by 15 sec.
      Void Torrent: Channel a torrent of void energy into the target, dealing Shadow damage over 3 sec. Generates 60 Insanity over the duration.
      Shadow Row 8
      Mental Fortitude: Healing from Vampiric Touch when you are at maximum health will shield you for the same amount. Shield cannot exceed a certain value, based on Talent Rank. Two Rank Talent.
      Insidious Ire: While you have Shadow Word: Pain, Devouring Plague, and Vampiric Touch active on the same target, your Mind Blast deals [20/40]% more damage. Two Rank Talent.
      Mind Devourer: Mind Blast deals [5/10]% increased damage and has a [10/20]% chance to make your next Devouring Plague cost no insanity. Two Rank Talent.
      Shadow Row 9
      Sanguine Teachings: While shielded, Vampiric Touch and Devouring Plague deal [5/10/15]% additional damage. Three Rank Talent.
      Unleash the Shadows: Vampiric Touch critical strikes have a [5/10]% chance to create a Shadowy Apparition. Two Rank Talent.
      Rot and Wither: Mind Flay and Mind Sear damage has a 5% chance to extend Vampiric Touch and Shadow Word: Pain by [2/4] sec. Two Rank Talent.
      Abyssal Knowledge: Monomania also increases the critical strike chance of Shadow Word: Pain and Vampiric Touch by [5/10/15]%. Three Rank Talent.
      Shadow Row 10
      Choice Node:
      Idol of N'Zoth: Damage dealt by Shadow Word: Pain, Vampiric Touch, and Devouring Plague has a 20% chance to apply Echoing Void. Each time Echoing Void is applied, it has a chance to collapse, dealing Shadow damage to all nearby enemies until no stacks remain. Idol of Y'Shaarj: Shadowfiend causes you to gain a benefit based on your target's current emotional state. Void Apparitions: Shadowy Apparitions have a 10% chance to become infused with the Void, dealing 20% additional damage.
      Living Shadow: Consuming Vampiric Insight causes your shadow to animate after a moment. For 10 sec, whenever you cast a spell, your shadow will cast a similar spell.
      Eidolic Intuition: Vampiric Insight has a greater chance to occur.
      Choice Node:
      Idol of C'Thun: Mind Flay and Mind Sear have a chance to spawn a Void Tendril or Void Lasher that channels at your target for 15 sec, generating 3 insanity every 1 sec. Idol of Yogg-Saron: After conjuring 50 Shadowy Apparitions, you summon a Thing from Beyond that serves you for 20 sec. The Thing from Beyond blasts enemies for Shadow damage. Thank you for reading, and we look forward to hearing your impressions of what we have so far.
    • By Stan
      It's art time again here at Icy Veins as we're looking at a Sculptured Highmountain Totem and an awesome Tauren Totem crafted from wood.
      Sculptured Highmountain Totem
      This awesome sculpture was created by afflixit who posted it on Reddit.

      Tauren Totem
      The angry earth totem is 35 centimeters high and was crafted from wood by t_sekuloski.

    • By Staff
      General Manager of WoW John Hight informed the World of Warcraft community about the recent acquisition of Proletariat, a Boston-based studio that will be absorbed into Blizzard Entertainment.
      The acquisition of Proletariat brings 100 talented people to work on World of Warcraft, expanding its development pipeline. 
      What does it mean for the average player? Hopefully, more WoW content on a regular basis. It's always great having more developers work on the game. 
      Hello, World of Warcraft community!
      We know that you are hungry for new content and I’m really proud of how our development teams are working to meet or exceed those expectations – there’s more happening in WoW than ever, and this is just the beginning.
      To help support our increased content needs, since May, we’ve been working with a great development partner, Proletariat. Proletariat was founded in 2012 by industry veterans from Turbine, Harmonix, Zynga and Insomniac. Their strong leadership team has a long history of working together, deep MMO experience working on Asheron’s Call, Lord of the Rings Online and D&D Online, and a strong presence in Boston, where they’re based.
      Our work with the Proletariat team has been going well. Today we are excited to announce that Blizzard has closed the acquisition of Proletariat—something we’ve been working on for a while.
      Together, our teams will expand our development pipeline for WoW. Our plan is to continue growing both our Irvine- and Boston-based teams, with shared creative leadership providing feedback to ensure we continue to meet or exceed players’ – and our – quality and delivery expectations. The addition of Proletariat brings 100 talented Blizzard employees to this newest Blizzard Entertainment Studio.
      Proletariat’s transition to becoming part of Blizzard will take several months, and we look forward to all the ways our combined strength will help us meet our goals, help our teams, and better serve you.
      Please join us in welcoming Proletariat to Blizzard! They are very much looking forward to working alongside the community to continue to build the future of World of Warcraft.
      You can find the full press release on the announcement here.
      The full press release can be found below.
      Blizzard Entertainment Acquires Boston-Based Studio Proletariat to Expand Development Pipeline for World of Warcraft ®
      IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Blizzard Entertainment today closed the acquisition of Boston-based studio Proletariat to better serve players in the award-winning massive multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft®.
      "Over the next two years we plan to hire hundreds of the best developers to serve the needs of our World of Warcraft players. The extraordinary team at Proletariat will be a key component of our talent acquisition efforts,” said Bobby Kotick, Chief Executive Officer of Activision Blizzard.
      “We are putting players at the forefront of everything we do, and we are working hard to both meet and exceed their expectations,” said Mike Ybarra, president of Blizzard Entertainment. “A critical part of taking care of players is taking care of our teams—making sure we have the resources to produce experiences our communities will love while giving our teams space to explore even more creative opportunities within their projects. Proletariat is a perfect fit for supporting Blizzard’s mission in bringing high-quality content to our players more often.”
      “We are incredibly excited to be joining Blizzard Entertainment,” said Proletariat co-founder and CEO, Seth Sivak. “Our team has always strived to put players first, and in working with the World of Warcraft team, we have learned that we are completely aligned in our commitments to innovation, quality, investing in our talent, authentic communication, and representation—both in and out of the games we make. World of Warcraft is one of the most influential games ever made and we can’t wait to be a part of that legacy and to help build an even brighter future for Azeroth.”
      “We are proud to be working with Proletariat as we further expand our development team and build towards welcoming more players into the Warcraft universe,” said John Hight, general manager of the Warcraft franchise. “We’ve been listening to our community and making great changes to World of Warcraft based on their feedback—bringing the talented Proletariat team into the fold allows us to explore even more ways we can surprise and delight players who call Azeroth home.”
      Proletariat was founded in 2012 by industry veterans from Insomniac, Harmonix, and Turbine. The team has deep experience building MMORPGs and includes, among others, former lead designers of Asheron’s Call, Lord of the Rings Online, and Dungeons & Dragons Online. At Proletariat, the team has operated live games for nearly a decade, having most recently released the critically-acclaimed cross-platform action-spellcasting battle royale game, Spellbreak. The studio has a strong presence in Boston.
      Proletariat began working with the World of Warcraft development team in May and will be fully integrated into Blizzard Entertainment over the coming months. The addition of Proletariat is another exciting step in Blizzard Entertainment’s mission to support their talented teams creatively and culturally while building AAA gaming experiences across their iconic franchises.
      About Blizzard Entertainment, Inc.
      Best known for blockbuster hits, including World of Warcraft®, Hearthstone®, Overwatch, the Warcraft®, StarCraft®, and Diablo® franchises, and the multifranchise Heroes of the Storm®, Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (https://www.blizzard.com), a division of Activision Blizzard (Nasdaq: ATVI), is a premier developer and publisher of entertainment software renowned for creating some of the industry's most critically acclaimed games. Blizzard Entertainment's track record includes twenty-three #1 games* and multiple Game of the Year awards. The company's online gaming platform, Battle.net®, serves tens of millions of active Blizzard players.
      *Sales and/or downloads, based on internal company records and reports from key distributors.
      About Proletariat, Inc.
      Founded in 2012 in Boston, MA, by a group of game-industry veterans from Harmonix, Turbine, and Insomniac, Proletariat is an award-winning independent game developer with the mission to create games that change the way communities play together. The starting team of five engineers and artists has grown to 90+ developers from diverse backgrounds and tackled some of gaming’s most challenging problems.
      The studio's first major title, World Zombination, debuted in early 2015 as a coveted "Editor's Choice" on the iOS App Store. Attracting millions of players worldwide, it went on to be named to Apple's "Best of 2015" list and developed a reputation for bringing quality and depth to the mobile MMO landscape.
      In 2021, Proletariat launched Spellbreak, the first game to have full cross-platform compatibility across PC and all major consoles at release. It went on to be enjoyed by over 10 million players across the world.
      For more information on Proletariat, please visit http://www.proletariat.com.
      Terms of this transaction were not disclosed.
      Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-looking Statements: Information in this press release that involves Blizzard Entertainment's expectations, plans, intentions or strategies regarding the future, including statements about the impact of the Proletariat acquisition, are forward-looking statements that are not facts and involve a number of risks and uncertainties. Factors that could cause Blizzard Entertainment's actual future results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements set forth in this release include unanticipated product delays and other factors identified in the risk factors sections of Activision Blizzard’s most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q. The forward-looking statements in this release are based on information available to Blizzard Entertainment and Activision Blizzard as of the date of this release, and neither Blizzard Entertainment nor Activision Blizzard assumes any obligation to update any such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements believed to be true when made may ultimately prove to be incorrect. These statements are not guarantees of the future performance of Blizzard Entertainment or Activision Blizzard and are subject to risks, uncertainties, and other factors, some of which are beyond its control and may cause actual results to differ materially from current expectations.
      Andrew Meyer
      Global PR Director, Warcraft
      [email protected]
    • By Staff
      The end of the MDI and AWC seasons is coming soon and Blizzard are giving away a special title for viewers! With just 2 hours watched and a connected Youtube account, you could get the Fearless Spectator title! It all kicks off on July 8th with plenty of chances to earn the title, and see the awesome top players compete in both PvP and PvE.
      MDI, AWC and Exclusive Title (Source)
      Viewers will have the chance to earn the new Fearless Spectator title while watching the upcoming Global Finals for AWC and MDI!
      The WoW® Esports Shadowlands Global Finals are almost upon us! To celebrate the end of both Arena World Championship (AWC) and Mythic Dungeon International's (MDI) Shadowlands seasons, we are offering viewers the chance to earn the exclusive Fearless Spectator in-game title. All you need to do is create a Blizzard account and link it with your YouTube account, then sit back and earn the title as you watch the top dungeon-running and pvp teams battle for their respective championships across three amazing weekends!

      On July 8, the action begins when the top eight MDI teams from around the world battle for their share of the $300,000 (USD) prize pool and the title of MDI Shadowlands 2022 Global Champion. This will be followed by two hard-fought weekends of Arena action: first up is the AWC Grand Finals, which will see the top four teams from both the Americas and Europe battle to claim the Regional championships and a share of the $300,000 prize pool; followed by a brand-new cross-region tournament in which the top four teams from both regions will compete to see who are the dominant PvPers in Shadowlands!
      We’ll share more details on each finals and the new cross-region tournament in the coming weeks, but until then make sure to read ahead for exactly how to connect your accounts in order to earn the Fearless Spectator title during the upcoming broadcasts. We’ll see you in the Shadowlands for one final season showdown!
      Earning the Fearless Spectator Title
      On one of the eligible YouTube Gaming channels, watch two total hours to receive the exclusive title. Time watched is cumulative across all three weekends, so even if you can’t watch for the full two hours in one sitting your time will still count toward earning the title
      Watch Two Total Hours Across:
      MDI Global Finals: July 8 - 10, 2022 AWC Grand Finals: July 16 - 17, 2022 AWC Cross-Region Tournament: July 23 - 24, 2022 Eligible Channels
      English French German Korean (MDI Weekend) Russian (MDI Weekend) Spanish (MDI Weekend) Connecting Your Accounts
      Before you can receive rewards, you’ll need to link your YouTube and Blizzard Battle.net accounts. Here’s how:  
      Log in or create an account on YouTube.   Navigate to Account Sharing under "Connected Apps" in Settings. Select “Connect” next to Battle.net Follow the simple prompts to finish connecting accounts.   When connecting accounts, be sure that you’re currently logged into the Blizzard account on which you’d like to receive your Drops.  Click here for a full set of official rules for the WoW Esports Fearless Spectator Title.  
      Stay tuned for more details on all of the events to come, and remember to subscribe to the Warcraft YouTube channel to receive notifications when each broadcast starts. Go with honor!
    • By Staff
      Blizzard has posted development notes for Patch 9.2.7. The latest update brings region-wide commodities to the Auction House while armor and weapons will remain realm-specific. The patch also adds a new trade channel for services.
      World of Warcraft Version 9.2.7 PTR
      Auction Houses across all realms on a given region will now share commodity listings (gems, herbs, flasks, consumables, etc.). Items that aren’t commodities –- like armor and weapons –- will continue to be realm-specific. Developers’ note: The Auction House you know and use today should look and feel exactly the same; it’ll just have way more buyers and sellers available to you for commodities. We’d love for players to hop on the PTR, copy over their characters, and help us test the Auction House across the entire PTR region. We might schedule a specific time in a few weeks for everyone to hop on at the same time to help stress it, details tbd. USER INTERFACE AND ACCESSIBILITY
      A new chat channel for searching or advertisement of services like raiding, dungeons, or PvP activities has been added: Trade (Services). Developers’ note: The trade channel that’s been in the game for 18 years will continue to exist, but we wanted to add a new channel to direct messages about the request and advertisement of services like raiding, dungeons, or PvP activities. If you’re looking to buy or sell these kind of services, this is the channel for you! If you’re not interested in those, you can leave the channel and avoid the noise, or move it into its own chat tab. We believe that with this new distinction, you’ll be able to keep Trade chat for the traditional buying and selling of items and professions, and not other chatter.
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