- Flameweaver Koegler yells: Breath of the Dragon!
- Flameweaver Koegler yells: Burn! BURN!
- Flameweaver Koegler yells: Everything must burn. None shall know of the Scarlet Crusade's shame!
- Flameweaver Koegler yells: My fire... has gone out..
- Flameweaver Koegler yells: Purged by fire!
- Flameweaver Koegler yells: You, too, shall be charred to ash!
GainsAfter killing this NPC you will gain:
- 300 reputation with Tushui Pandaren
Tooltips and dungeon journal reflect ability values for one encounter version. Please refer to "Effect" section on spell pages to see values for all raid sizes and difficulties.
- Book Burner – Flameweaver Kogler tries to light the books ablaze containing the Scarlet Crusade's past. Players may intercept the fiery bolt, which inflicts 827 to 871 Fire damage. If Koegler's attack succesfully hits the books, they begin to burn.
- Burning Books – The Burning Books inflict 579 to 610 Fire damage every 5 sec to enemies within 15 yards for 30 sec.
- Greater Dragon's Breath – Koegler unleashes a sweeping series of attacks that mimic the deadly fire breath of a Dragon. The Breath inflicts 1242 to 1307 Fire damage, an additional 247 to 261 Fire damage every 1 sec., and confuses the target for 5 sec.
- Quickened Mind – Flameweaver Koegler casts this preparatory spell, making his next three spells cast nearly instantly.
- Fireball Volley – Flameweaver Koegler unleashes a barrage of Fireballs, inflicting 663 to 697 Fire damage to all enemies within 35 yards.
- Pyroblast – Flameweaver Koegler casts a huge Pyroblast at his current target, inflicting 746 to 784 Fire damage, then an additional (5% of Spell power) Fire damage every 2 sec for 8 sec.
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