When one of Megaera's heads is destroyed, her body takes damage equal to the head's maximum health and two heads regrow in its place.
In Heroic Difficulty, Cinders creates a pool of flames at the target's location every 3 seconds.
In Heroic Difficulty, Icy Ground grows to twice its original size over 1 min.
In Heroic Difficulty, Megaera's Venomous Heads spit three globules of acid at a time.
Ji-Kun's young are located throughout the roost and progress through different stages of life. After a period of incubation Young Eggs of Ji-Kun will hatch into Hatchlings. When fed by Ji-Kun, the Hatchlings then mature into Fledglings. Both Fledgling Eggs and Mature Eggs will hatch into Juveniles.
In Normal difficulty, feathers grant 4 charges of Daedalian Wings. Players can have up to 4 charges at any time.
In Heroic difficulty, feathers grant 3 charges of Daedalian Wings. Players can have up to 3 charges at any time.
,6 In the Normal and Heroic versions of the Ji-Kun encounter, using Flight consumes one charge of Daedalian Wings.
,6 In Normal and Heroic difficulties, players cannot gain further charges of Daedalian Wings for 1 min.
In Raid Finder difficulty, players can pick up (and only need) one Feather of Ji-Kun.
Hopefully people will research the encounters instead of wiping 800 times like the first wing of ToT! :PGood raid either way. :)
The first two wings of LFR Throne are loot pinatas. They mostly involve people not standing in stuff.
We (Chinese server) will have to wait for another 6 days though. Kicking turtle shell may be fun.
For Megaera's Dungeon Journal entry it's the heroic numbers btw.
Blizz continues the LFR trolling in wing two with a huge slug that will one shot you! Which is about as funny to watch as wing one's everyone is falling off the bridge. I'm starting to think we need guides on the trash for LFR.
I would recommend that for LFR you heavily consider Murphy's law. Instead of marking a place for people to stack in various encounters, mark a competent player.Case in point... On Megaera, the raid was told to "stack on the yellow marker." Unfortunately, someone dropped their cinders debuff right on top of that marker well before the raid was supposed to stack. Now, most groups would adjust and simply stack nearby instead.I will give you three guesses as to where at least half of my LFR group attempted to stack.I won't even get into what happened with the turtle kicking and Ji-Kun. I'll only say that this is going to be a very long LFR if you're unlucky enough to get one of those groups where nobody seems like they were interested in reading up first.
People don't seem to understand the concept of kick the turtles through the adds and the other giant turtle...... they just kick them randomly
How you are able to get a perk grp of 25 people to do Ji-Kun in LFR properly is beyond me.Probably need to spend 10-20 mins explaining it and group people together and wipe a good 5-10 times?
I can pretty much explain this part in a about a paragraph:Tortos is easy. You can literally ignore mechanics and kick the shells wherever you want. You may want to kill those Bat adds though.Megaera is also pretty easy. Don't drop Cinders into the raid. Don't face the heads into the raid (or the other tank). Kill Green, then Red, then Green, then Red...(rinse and repeat) and make sure to switch off the tank tanking the middle head to ensure the debuff doesn't stack. Also stay out of giant green circles if you don't want to lose over half your health instantly.Ji-Kun is fun but can potentially be pretty tough. Make sure to have a couple dps jump down into the nests with a healer to kill the adds. Pick up the feathers and have fun flying all over the place, ignoring the boss' knockback mechanics and flying down to nests with ease. Don't worry about falling off - it'll only make you lose a lot of time. Also the boss does tons of AoE damage.The later trash is really annoying. All I can really say is...don't go near the snails. If you're a melee just step back to somewhere safe and AFK (seriously).