I didn't say anything about them?Weird...
There is an important aspect of this fight that should not be overlooked, and i'd thank ArgentSun if he would include this in his strategist to help clarify on the Twin Val'KyrI have found out from my first tries on the Twin Val'kyr that they follow a pattern. Or, at least, i have formed a theory that has been proved 3 times in a row correct and will see more often untill i see 10 times in a row.They have 4 major abilities: Light Pack (by Fjola), Dark Pact(by Eydis), Light Vortex(by Fjola) and Dark Vortex(by Fjola).Now, the trick is, that they always cast the 4 abilities once, before they repeat a certain ability. They do this randomly, but all 4 abilities are casted in the end, before begining a new "cycle".For example, they cast the Dark Vortex first, then the Light Vortex, then the Light Pact, then the Dark Pact. Then they will begin again, only that this time is the Light Vortex that comes first instead of the Dark Vortex. Are you getting so far? I hope so.Now why is this supposed to be mentioned? Why is this order that important?Because you can then predict the FINAL ABILITY of the "cycle" and optimize your dps. This can be even better if it's a Pact ability, because your raid will be ready to intercept it and not let them heal. Of course you can do this without this logic, but predicting an ability can help the raid, especially if the raid leader fins the logic and then manages to help the raid.Again, i have found this theory only today, and i need help in gaining more confirmations about this. The next time you engage the Twin Val'Kyr, please reply in saying that this is either correct or wrong. It would be a big help ^^
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I actually did the fight twice yesterday (and will do it at least once today), and found out the same thing. Was planning on adding it somewhere sometime, as it's kind of a big deal.
Added two sections to reflect the things I've missed:
It's nice to see good guides growing from the experiences of all players. This is what makes wowhead speacial to me, more than thotbot or wowwiki in my personal view.Keep up the good work, everybody ^^
To claim that I can write something that is 100% inclusive and 100% correct right off the bat would be more ambitious that I am willing to get. I know I make mistakes, and I know I forget things. Gods know, I even receive wrong information, and I try to do my research. It only makes sense that I will be open for suggestions. In fact, I have a Feedback topic/blog planned for when I am done with what I have right now (and I am close - one of the last two blogs is complete, and the other one is halfway done). I never particularly cared - or I didn't say I cared rather - about how the Strategists looked like, as long as they were somewhat consistent with each other. My focus was the content, and I think that's where all of my feedback has been going. So soon enough I'll open the opportunity for suggestions and discussions on how to make those guides look better, not only have better content.
The shield is a neutral colour so you do not need to switch to light or dark to dps it. It doesn't make a difference whatever colour you are.