When you play live-service games for a long time, you tend to get inventive to keep yourself amused. One World of Warcraft raid team recently did so by defeating WoW Classic’s Onyxia while not wearing any clothes – in-game, that is. They were victorious, but people swiftly covered their achievement up by saying world buffs counted as clothes. After another go, the team have now completed WoW Classic’s Onyxia’s Lair raid without clothes or world buffs. They even managed to beat their previous time, too.
One of the team’s raid members bore all the info on Reddit to explain how they did it. This time around, they had more mages and an extra doomkin at the expense of multi-boxing dikkens. The WoW raid team completed most of the raid without using flasks but did end up using four.
For example, one 40 player raid group defeated the dragon Onyxia. This is nothing special in itself; Onyxia is not a long or particularly difficult raid, as raids go. What made it impressive is that the entire raid was done "naked": no gear, rings, trinkets, or weapons were used. Surprisingly, this was not enough for some people, who said that world buffs carried by the players into the fight compromised its "nakedness." To prove that their raid group was not all talk, the team re-created their feat without world buffs. Their second attempt was faster than the first by 2 (recorded) minutes. If you need Buy US WOW Classic Gold, you can visit our site z2u.com.
Neighborhood feats like this aren’t unparalleled, however are all the time spectacular. In each WoW and Basic, gear is simply as necessary as high-level skills. Each, plus a great deal of talent, are required to defeat the sport’s strongest threats. With out overpowered trinkets or weapons to fall again on, defeating a multi-person raid like Onyxia is usually a matter of talent and really cautious planning.
The World of Warcraft Shadowlands release date is set to fall later this year, bringing with it new story and quest content. The next expansion also features a Witcher Easter egg that we’re quite fond of.