Mione's M+11-12 Solo In Time Clear Videos

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For those always commenting on how Mione's 20+ solo M+ clears aren't that impressive since they "only" take a lot of time and weren't done inside the timer, well, as promised, over the last few days Mione delivered those incredible in time videos for +11 and +12 dungeons! That's right, there's a video of a single player clearing a Mythic +12 dungeon inside the time limit. Further words are somewhat pointless:



:) CoEN is a great key
I actually pressed Soul Cleave 4 times in this run!!!!!!!




Ok, ok a few more words. Huge congrats and the dedication to making new things happen in WoW is always a great thing, so thanks a lot Mione!

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