Why would you kill Babblet at last? It is not most annoing of the mobs ...
But... that's not the Opera Hall in the image!
Killing order for Beautiful Beasts fight is NOT better for those this guide/tips is supposed to be aimed at. As mentioned in above comments too, if you are well coordinated group and doing high 20s/30ish keys then you don't need to read any of the above. But for pugs doing 15-20 keys, who most likely will be looking for tips on websites like wowhead, chances of wiping on that boss is extremely high with leaving Babblet for last or even 2nd kill.**Leaving Luminore for 2nd in pugs usually works best. Of course Heat Wave should always be interrupted but other than that, Luminore is pretty much harmless since you can remove Burning Blaze with Drenched but kiting Babblet for longer period of time in pugs is never the best strat.And I just noticed, how conveniently you didn't link Babblet's ability which is a LOT more hurtful than just getting soaked in water and slow moving speed (which also helps to clear fire on the ground. Severe Dusting is not easy to deal with in pugs and when/if Babblet gets you, it's gonna hurt a lot if you don't just die to begin with.Also, what the heck does this mean in last paragraph of that section? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
i dont think whoever wrote this article actually plays the game.you kill babblet first, because it will blind whoever it catches up to, and whoever it's chasing is basically not doing dps while they are running away especially if melee.Luminores heat wave, the tank should be on that interrupt. soup spray is a joke, and you need the drenched debuff to remove the fire, so you dont want to always interrupt it anyway.this arguement of "in a coordinated group" or "in a pug" doesnt matter. Both group styles kill babblet first. In every key of lower I've done, now, and in Legion, you kill babblet first. I think this person just read the dungeon journal or something.
Going to add in to the notion that the kill order for Beautiful Beast seems off. Main point is that if you do focus Babblet first the positional issues are gone, Spray Soup only exists to negate any obstructing Burning Blazes until Luminore is killed, and Mrs. Cauldron is a joke alone. Regardless, Coggleston feels like the issue on that fight, as the Dent Armor burned through a Metamorphosis on 100% hp on a 19... mind that I was target by two bleeds also I think so it was just a good clusterbleep of a combination.
Ignoring whether the Beauty and the Beast kill order is actually good advice, this last paragraph of the section is riddled with errors that make trying to read it nonsensical.
Not to pile on, but I usually tank this. I always mark Babblet as priority kill as it tends to take out a DPS while they kite it. As a protection paladin, I can interrupt Luminore pretty much continuously. And Mrs. Cauldron's drench makes the fire patch less of an issue. It's the Coggleston that's the big headache.
I have never ever heard or seen Luminore to be killed first. It's always Babblet, that's how you do it in pugs, how they did it in the great push and that's how we did it for over a year in Legion.Babblet will factually remove a player (doesn't matter if melee or caster, both won't do anything while running) from the group. And he pursues constantly.