Fel Sworn? Edit
He seems to match the description of a Fel Sworn rather well, this guy aint an orc anymore...he is more a pure demon...--Gurluas 15:11, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
- Fel sworn is more chaos orc. He is a class of his own.-- 20:00, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
- Actually felsworn can be fully demonic, and mutated. The image given as an example of a felsworn in WOWRPG, is actually of a Felguard.--Baggins 22:18, 28 September 2007 (UTC)
Fel Sworn can also be other races that gave themselves fully over to the legion, like the felsworn satyrs in Ashenvale, i think we can say that this orc is an orcish felsworn.--Gurluas 13:01, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
- Not all "mutated" orcs are "fel-sworn" remember it is a class not a species. See Al'arr Darkhills who is greatly mutated but not a fel-sworn.Baggins (talk) 04:18, 31 May 2008 (UTC)
Questionable Changes Edit
Can anyone confirm that the disorient ability is actually called 'Eject'? It also doesn't make sense that warriors can not receive fel rage.
Factual correction Edit
I removed the mythical statement that paladins have difficulty generating threat when they do not have aggro. At this gear level, that is nonsensical, since the vast majority of their threat is proactive, and all the tanks are taking more than enough damage to maintain high TPS if positioned properly.
Furthermore, they actually have enormous advantages in this fight, so telling people not to use them is ridiculous. They are the highest burst TPS tank, meaning they make ideal first tanks for this encounter. Getting him OFF the paladin is the hard part. And they can remove stacks of the debuff (and pass aggro temporarily to an off-tank) with Divine Shield.