Aaaaaaaaaaand it's nerfed.
Again, feeding info required for +23 keys, to people doing not even 15s. If you're not pushing, just do the fights normally please and don't do risky crap like this or the trick from K.U-J.O. Save yourself, and most importantly, people with you some ^&*!ing nerves. I'm going ape@#$% when I see idiots doing tricks like this in anything up to +10 when I'm chilling with some alts.
No article on how to cheese Oshir yet ?
On one of the days, a tank wanted to do some MDI route in ID +21. I was like okay why not I guess he checked it already and knows what he is doing. at the 3rd boss we were missing 1,5% (were no trash left close by) but there was still 5-6 min left from the timer, could be quickly finished in time. He was literally checking his freaking route (after the 3rd boss) to what he was missing on and then left the group after 4 minutes of standing still. Sometimes I have no idea some people how on earth managed to stay alive this long.
This stopped working about a week ago.
Unfortunately I don't think this has worked for at least a week now.
I've noticed when doing this on my Hunter, the reason of it "sometimes" not working probably is, if you take initial damage from the fire (jumping onto the chains as the fire hits) then it will keep hitting you. You have to make sure the area is cleared (usually before the boss is pulled) when you jump onto the chains and it won't hurt you if you were already positioned there.The cause of this repositioning can happen for various reasons even if you are there already before boss is pulled. Different affixes can either knock you off or force you to move and you end up on the ground, or sometimes even if you are careful you may end up doing tiny bit of ONE auto attack damage when he has the bubble and you get feared. etc.. etc..And of course as it is the case with MANY pugs, even when you tell the tank where to position the boss at the start PLEASE, with a ground marker, some pug tanks still keep the boss far away from chains where you are out of the range if you want to stay there.