Server Stability. Two words that Blizzard has no clear
concept of and two words that Arthas' customer base can only dream
Our plans to take over the world experienced a hiccup
tonight as we were hoping to tear through some new bosses in Molten
Core. The good news is that we downed a new boss in the MC: Garr.
It was honestly a thing of beauty, with our refined
strategy and everyone's flawless execution, we got our first kill
on Garr on our first try tonight.
Narwe walked away with Felheart
Shoulderpads and Origin scored a Nightslayer
Cover from Garr's remains. We also picked up a Bracers
of Might on the way in, Morthul was
the lucky recipient.
Earlier in the week, this past Wednesday to be precise,
Retribution took another crack at Onyxia. It wasn't meant to be
however as Onyxia eluded us all by hiding under the world on our
3rd attempt of the night. We opened a ticket with Blizzard's stellar
Award Winning Customer Service and 4 hours later we got a response.
Clearly the best advice ever, considering that we can tell if Onyxia
is under the terrain because she'll be VISIBLE IN HER LAIR. Yea
thanks Semajo! =/
It was still early, around 9:30ish, so we had our
merry band of raiders head to Molten Core. We were all angry and
disappointed with the Onyxia issue that everything sort of fell
into place. 83 minutes from the time we zoned into Molten Core,
we had both Lucifron and Magmadar down. Ragewood
got a new pair of Cenarion
Gloves from Luci. Blacob won Striker's
Mark and Mikoi got Dragonstalker's
Belt from Magmadar.
Earlier in the week, Magmadar dropped Dragonstalker's
Belt for Blacob and Breastplate
of Might for Wandiwen. Lucifron surrendered
of Enlightment for Twist.
other BREAKING NEWS, here's a screenshot of Retribution's first
Stratholme clearing back in early december! OMG!!!
Quotes of the Day:
What is that sound? Ah yes, the sound of every girl's
heart breaking =/
The secret to Retribution's success! We clearly couldn't
manage as horde.