A Guild Forum for World of Warcraft
 
HomePortalFAQRegisterLog in

Share | 
 

 Dragon Hunting in Blade's Edge Mountains

Go down 
AuthorMessage
AZURITE
Admin
avatar

Number of posts : 178
Registration date : 2008-06-27

PostSubject: Dragon Hunting in Blade's Edge Mountains   Mon Jun 30, 2008 12:28 am

Bolshka:

Once you have a flying mount it might pay to check out the western and northern areas of Blades Edge. There are five dragon perches there, three to the west and two to the north.

Gather crystals from mobs around the area and use them on the clutches of eggs to summon forth big momma dragons. With each kill you get a dragon scale, collect all five and combine them to make a random blue cloak of decent quality.

There are also "depleted items" that drop off these dragons which can be restored to power by collecting 50 shards. These, too, are pretty damn decent.

The best part of this little foray into dragon hunting is that the scale drops for everyone in the party, so no one gets left out.

It takes marginal healing so you have plenty of leeway with group compositionů I off-tanked in a group with two other Warriors, a Warlock, and a Druid.

Minimal effort for the possibility of blue drops! Not too shabby
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://warcroft.darkbb.com
AZURITE
Admin
avatar

Number of posts : 178
Registration date : 2008-06-27

PostSubject: Re: Dragon Hunting in Blade's Edge Mountains   Mon Jun 30, 2008 12:28 am

Bolshka:

Sidenote: All of the dragons are elite mobs, ranging from 70 to 74 elite. A group of five should do the trick, less if you have the firepower to handle it... though it seems a shame to lose out on a multi-drop quest item.

All dragons here cleave, tail swipe, breathe fire, and periodically drop AoE fear. The tail can bop you off the mountainside so stay AWAY from the buttocks region.

Main tank charges in, grabs aggro. Other melee move to the flanks and remain there. If casters stay back they should be safe from harm. Staying to the flanks will prevent the cleave from getting you sometimes.

It pays to have Beserker Rage up whenever it's off cooldown, if yer a Warrior. A Tremor Totem might do nicely as well. Anything to resist or drop the fear debuff!

All in all, not a difficult kill if the tank can manage threat and the healer isn't overbooked.

Oh, and once you get all five scales you combine them to get a RANDOM cloak. It's guaranteed to rocků provided you get one proper for your role. This time around Bolshka scored a spell damage cloak.
Back to top Go down
View user profile http://warcroft.darkbb.com
 
Dragon Hunting in Blade's Edge Mountains
Back to top 
Page 1 of 1
 Similar topics
-
» Dragon Rider a Stikfas Custom
» Dragon Adopter question.
» Hot Toys Blade
» How To Train Your Dragon: Book 1 by Cressida Cowell
» What should I name my dragon? :3

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
WARCROFT :: Discussion: Adventuring :: Questing-
Jump to: