Whenever Horde players in Durotar are sent to the Spirit Healer with a one-shot, WoW player Rextroy usually can't be far away. This iron rule also applies in the current case, because the YouTuber and very creative player has once again found a way to send his opponents to the Spirit Healer with a single shot. This time he relies on the Warlock and one of the Legendarys from Shadowlands.

Horde players, by the way, were not Rextroy's first choice as victims. Originally, he wanted to oneshot a raid boss in the Sanctum of Domination by bending WoW mechanics again. However, that didn't work out as intended. That's because there were too few enemies in the Sanctum for him to pull together - which, unfortunately, is a prerequisite for the one-shot.

Also interesting: Rextroy oneshotted 15! players as a sorcerer. players at the same time!

Legendary + hordes of opponents = One-Shot

Rextroy relied on the Warlock Legendary Contained Endless Explosion (even if the tooltip speaks of a rogue). This boosts the damage of the Venthyr Pact ability Impending Catastrophe

for each enemy hit in its path. And as Rextroy found out in some testing, there is no cap on the amount of enemies hit.Recommended editorial contentAtthis point you will find external content from [PLATTFORM]. To protect your personal data, external embeddings will only be displayed if you confirm this by clicking "Load all external content":Load all external contentIagree to external content being displayed to me. This means that personal data is transmitted to third-party platforms. More about this in our privacy policy. External content More about this in our privacy policy.

So the principle was quickly clear. Gather as many enemies around you as possible (without dying) and chase Threatening Catastrophe

on one enemy, with the spell hitting all enemies. And that's exactly what Rextroy did in Durotar.

After binding close to 100 small enemies to him, Looming Catastrophe hit for about 20,000 damage every 1.5 seconds. That alone would probably be enough to send most enemies to the Spirit Healer fairly quickly. However, Rextroy actually wanted a one-shot. So he sent a Death Bolt right after it, which, given the high DoT, hit for up to 200,000 Health and instantly knocked out any opponent.

One-Shot: Yes? No? Doesn't matter!

Whether this gimmick of Rextroy's is really a pure one-shot, or if you declare the previously applied DoT as a second spell, it doesn't really matter. Either way, Rextroy's opponent has no chance to fight back. However, the poor guy would have to accidentally miss an ally approaching him ... and with an attachment of more than a hundred creatures. If you don't see this coming, it's your own fault!

Do you still find Rextroy's actions interesting and exciting or are you slowly but surely fed up with his crude ideas and one-shots?

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