Iron Qon battles atop his finest Quilen champions.
, 6 In Heroic difficulty, the Iron Qon's Quilen flee at 25% Health.
Having lost his prime quilen mounts, Iron Qon faces you himself. In addition to his previous attacks, he gains new abilities.
As Night falls upon the Twin Consorts' chamber, Lu'lin is empowered and fully active, while Suen plays a more limited role.
As Day breaks within the Twin Consorts' chamber, Suen is empowered and fully active, while Lu'lin plays a more limited role.
, 6 Light of Day will instantly melt any Ice Comets with which it comes into contact.
During the Dusk, both Twins are active, each retaining some of their abilities, and gaining the following new abilities.
While Lei Shen is in range of a Lightning Conduit he powers it, granting him an additional ability specific to that Lightning Conduit. The energy level of the Conduit increases the longer Lei Shen charges it, increasing damage dealt by the granted ability. When the Conduit's power reaches 100 energy, it will increase the level of the Conduit, and the Conduit's power will reset to 0.
,6,7Damage of Static Shock increases as the Power and Level of the North Conduit increases.
,6,7Damage of Diffusion Chain increases as the Power and Level of the East Conduit increases.
In Heroic, the Diffused Lightning will fixate on the player that it spawned from.
,6,7Damage of Overcharge increases as the Power and Level of the South Conduit increases.
,6,7Damage of Bouncing Bolt increases as the Power and Level of the West Conduit increases.
Lei Shen equips his Axe, Thunder, which he can throw with deadly accuracy and cause lightning to strike the ground wherever it lands. Lei Shen will charge any Conduit that he is near.
When he has 65% health remaining, Lei Shen casts Supercharge Conduits, becoming invulnerable and activating all four Conduits at once, supercharging them and increasing their level by one. Lei Shen can only maintain Supercharge Conduits for 45 seconds.
In Heroic Difficulty, instead of the Overloaded Conduit becoming disabled, it remains active for the remainder of the fight, granting Lei Shen that ability.
Lei Shen equips his Polearm, Lightning, allowing him to call lightning from the sky. Lei Shen will charge any Conduit that he is near.
In Heroic Difficulty, Ball Lightning inflicts damage to enemies within 0 yards.
When he has 30% health remaining, Lei Shen casts Supercharge Conduits, becoming invulnerable and activating all four Conduits at once, supercharging them and increasing their level by one. Lei Shen can only maintain Supercharge Conduits for 45 seconds.
In Heroic instead of the Overloaded Conduit becoming disabled, it remains active for the remainder of the fight, granting Lei Shen the ability.
Lei Shen equips both his Axe and Polearm, wielding Thunder and Lightning in unision against his enemies. Lei Shen casts Overwhelming Power and consumes all electricity from the Throne of Thunder, destroying any remaining functional Conduits, preventing their further activation.
Interesting. I still would rather not get failbags, but then again, I've gotten gear from them too, so I can't really complain.
Invocation of the Dawn is listed as a 2-handed spellpower MACE. That...doesn't seem right.Edit: judging from the rest of the drops in that table, I'm guessing it's a staff.Edit again: ...or it's real? Which is unexpectedly awesome if you can use such a thing.
Let me be the first to say:Let the wipes begin!
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Wow, just got dropped into an LFR Lei Shen... that is one crazy fight! Luckily the group had wiped once or twice already so had weeded out all the loafers and we had a really smooth kill, but I can see how that fight would be hell for the normal unorganized LFR group. Go go fail bag gold though =/
Lei Shen is a lot easier with a leader who's willing to explain stuff thoroughly. Of course, people still have to follow those explanations, but having them nice and clear in /rw is really useful. After I learned the fight on my main I led a LFR with my alt and it went smoother. It's also a nice way of showing casuals what progression raiding feels like =) Anyway, in a few weeks it will be on farm mode, right now it's on learning/wipe mode :)
Why in Lei Shen's loot does there seem to be legs with three gem slots for everyone but leather wearers?