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Everyone Is a Raid Boss and They Fight it Out - and So Can You!

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We have one of the more fun Rextroy videos on our hands this time around, as he's organized a competition of the gods! Well, perhaps not gods, but extremely buffed players with millions of HP and 99% damage reduction at least.

Most players already know about the Torghast-like powers in the Cobalt Assembly in the Azure Span, but Rextroy and crew, as usual, went for some extremes and spent 40ish minutes gathering up all the best ones... and then trying to kill the stacked god as a raid boss! After they found Rex's Protection Paladin unbeatable they instead decided to have a bit of a tournament with many raid bosses... and it all looks pretty fun!

 

A location many of you might have discovered by now, is the Cobalt Assembly! Here you can easily obtain different torghast-like buffs... there is even a talent tree to make you even stronger! The plan for the video, was to spend an hour stacking buffs, to see if I could turn immortal with 450% mastery. Which would give me more than 100% dmg reduction inside my Consecration, as a prot paladin. Then I would let 40 people try to bring me down!

After 40 minutes of stacking, I noticed the dmg reduction seemed to cap at about 99%. Also I was unable to gather 40 people at once, only 10-20 people! So it would be a bit unfun for people to just stand and hit a target that would be "unkillable" so I decided to change the event into having everyone present, stack the overpowered wpvp buffs, to make it a REAL battle of world bosses!

As a test round, we had everyone try to beat Ipanic (since a single stacked unit obtained more defense than offensive powers) and this proved more difficult than expected... His 300% + leech, 60% dmg reduction, and more than 3 Million HP... aswell as other offensive stats, made him almost unstoppable.

The Battle: This was by far one of the most fun wpvp events I ever had! We spent 15 minutes trying to beat Ipanic with no major progress, even with 3+ titan characters on our team.... We started losing people who wanted to join to fight him, and I sadly lost my titan powers after forgetting to refresh my Mastery buff, that granted me 60%+ dmg reduction in Consecration...

As a last effort I tried to lure Ipanic up in the air to make him fall to death, but that backfired and I lost the remains of my powers.

But then suddenly, when things looked lost, he obtained a BOUNTY! This gave us a massive boost of recruitment, more people (especially horde from the zone) arrived to try and put an end to him, we also had more people who signed up on the group finder! However this gave Ipanic many targets to kill and leech health from...an unstacked enemy die in a single 300k+ death coil hit. Ipanic quickly obtained the Tour of Duty (1000 honor obtained) achievement https://www.wowhead.com/achievement=1...

We were suddenly granted a blessing of selfie cams! Thats right... the weapon that could possibly stand against Ipanics fury It does massive damage (about 100-200k), I am suspecting it might be % based... This made us all try to obliterate Ipanic together in the selfie wars This also backfired, since our warrior titan, Klactiseen, couldn't survive the damage from Panics selfies! A warrior have less healing than a Death Knight afterall...

This left us with a single titan, the Demon Hunter Lichborne. If he fell, we would have lost! Our offensive powers were waning, and once again everything looked lost! But then suddenly... Ipanic started to break down His armor were turning red, after constantly fighting for 1 and a half hour! This gave us an opening! We managed to reach his second phase, when he says "ENOUGH!" (its a powerup that makes you say that) Then we were once again blessed by the selfies and managed to all together, obliterate the weakened Ipanic in a final blast of photos!

Victory didn't last long however... Since our last titan turned hostile and killed everyone around him. There was no one left to oppose him so legend has it he is still out there destroying people

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