Update from 01 December
The mages from the German WoW Classic server Venoxis got together again to rock a raid instance without real tanks or healers. This time Zul Gurub was on the agenda. We started with about 15 people, who first took care of the jungle trash. After that, of course, the bosses had to be taken care of as well. Here's the log on Warcraftlogs of the run. And here you can watch the video of Exehn:
Pretty cool, right?
Original post from November 16:
We've had raids consisting of only Shamans successfully mastering Molten Core in WoW Classic, just as we've had raids consisting of 40 Druids as well as 40 Paladins who didn't need the help of other classes in MC. All of these hybrid archetypes have one thing in common: they can take on the role of full-fledged healers and damage experts, and they also have access to talents that are enormously helpful when tanking (yes, shamans can also act as tanks in WoW Classic).
But is the first raid of the vanilla re-release so easy that even a DpS specialist class can successfully try their hand at Ragnaros and Co. 40 mages from the German WoW Classic server Venoxis recently answered this question positively, at least for themselves (via Icy Veins). On Warcraftlogs you can find details about the run:
- First pull was at 15:51. The fight against Ragnaros was finally on the agenda at 19:14.
- In total, there was only one wipe, and that was on Garr. That more wipes show up in the logs is because the log creators died at Shazzrah and Golemagg and immediately released their spirit to be back in the instance promptly. Mages, as we know, can't resurrect (adjusted at 10:47).
- The duration of the battle with Majordomo Executus is particularly impressive - it took just 21 seconds for all the servants to be down.
By the way, there were also remarkable runs in the other raid instances of WoW (buy now 14,99 € ) Classic these days. We already reported about NOTA's speedrun record in AQ40. In Onyxia's Hoard, a raid of 32 warriors, three paladins, two rogues, one warlock, and one druid clipped the Dragon Lady's wings in just 53.9 seconds (via Warcraftlogs). That's quite a bit faster than the 58 seconds of the "Hunter" raid from July.Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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