Has anyone else noticed that this guy seems to be off?
His tooltip for Rampage says it will hit for 375 damage. Now, for me, at least 2 out of 3 will hit for around 480 (not critical, just normal, on a Mechanical). Isn't that a little out of the range that it should be?
(Edited because I snuck an extra 's' in there!)
Last edited by Hermy on July 16th, 2014, 3:49 pm, edited 2 times in total.
I just did this fight to check, and yes, my mechanical got hit for a crit of 547, and then 2 normal hits of 489 and 469. Then I did it a second time and it hit for 360, then he was below 50% hp, and the damage went back up to 460+. Beasts, ofc, deal extra damage (+25%) below 50% hp.
I use an Infinite Whelping P/P on this guy. If he stuns the 1st round I white flag it and try again. I heal after the second hit, he usually takes out the tonk as well. I use tail sweep, healing flame and early advantage. I save early advantage for the tonk as I usually have the dragonkin racial up. That combined with early advantage takes the tonk out as well. I usually lose my whelpling but either the tonk has died and comes back to life or the tonk has very little health left.
I use the Infinite Whelpling 1st as well on Jeremy Feazel the DM faire pet trainer. Same abilities and takes care of the 1st 2 pets.
I use a Corefire imp and a cogblade raptor. Start with the imp and do Immolation/heal to eat the two hits. Swap to the raptor and expose wounds then batter. Your raptor should take 1 hit from Grizzle. Then use Expose Wounds and batter on the second pet and you should finish him. Get Expose wounds and screech up on the third pet and then usually die at that point. Swap in carry pet then bring the imp back in. Immolation again and then just rush him to death. If you happen to be leveling a pet with stampede/swarm or the like and they aren't really low level then Expose wounds + Stampede will usually kill the third pet quickly and you don't even need to swap back to the raptor.
The interesting thing about rampage is if you let him hit you with it once and then use an interrupting ability the next round he can no longer rampage. It makes him heal more often, but I am able to kill him fairly quickly with a hopling using just the poison and tongue lash (neither of which does +damage to beasts). Sometimes I end up killing him and still having near full health.
Carry Pet Experience Reference Guide: http://www.warcraftpets.com/community/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=8829