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The Paladin player Rextroy is known for some solo actions in World of Warcraft - just about a month ago he attracted attention with a solo kill over Skitra from Ny'alotha.
Now he's back with another World First kill, single-handedly defeating the raid boss Il'gynoth on normal difficulty
How exactly did he manage to do that? The short answer: because of the Last Defender talent and, unsurprisingly, some clever tactics. (Source: Icy Veins)
According to Rextroy, he had been working on this boss for several weeks.The
main task here, however, was the "gearing process", as very special items and corruption effects were necessary for the kill.
The big goal was to get as much versatility as possible
A lot of little facets played a role in Rextroy's ability to take down Il'gynoth.In
particular, the Last Defender talent, combined with numerous versatility boosts, was a huge part of the strategy.
Also contributing to this success were:
As a result, Rextry achieved the following equipment levels in total:
Thanks to vector analysis, Rextroy achieved around 30 percent dodge as well as 30 percent parry - this, combined with the First Avenger talent, ensured many Shield of the Avenger proccs and the aforementioned HPS value.
The main factor for a successful solo kill, according to Rextroy, is to get N'Zoth's eye out of range. For this, he equipped his character with an additional 10 percent more running speed , so that this would be more reliable. A big problem here was the first phase's Beserker timer, which also buffed the Living Chamber by 300 percent - and the Disfigured Limb Corruption was especially important for that.
That's why the main goal was to get to the second phase without a Berserker - because that's where he could pull all the Adds together, which is when the
real fun begins. These adds increase versatility, allow the Avenger's shield to proc more often, and provide around 50 percent damage reduction thanks to Last Defenders.Basically,
it's a survival fight, says Rextroy, where you have to play the numerous mechanics perfectly: "The best tactic is to be on the move all the time, otherwise his beam will hit you too."Support buffed - it only takes a minute
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