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First 5 kills Edit

IMO this section is redundant here and should be reserved only for final bosses like Lady Vashj. There is no such section at e.g. Maulgar, Skeram, Anub'Rekhan or Attumen - only at final bosses like Nightbane or Gruul.
(BTW: Nihilum downed him on February 15th, not 16th -- Awake posted bosskill message just after midnight, on 16th@12:35AM and on their DKP site it's filed under 15th). -- Vysogota 20:19, 16 February 2007 (EST)

Enrage? Edit

Does this boss have an Enrage timer? Stillfresh 18:50, 12 July 2007 (UTC)

10 minutes --Thundor 11:10, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

Resistance Gear for Main Tanks Edit

In order to kill Hydross your Main Tanks need decent resistance gear. If you can't get the reagents with your Guild, you need around 4300g to get it. You need to find the following crafters:

Blacksmith 375:
Exalted with The Violet Eye
Exalted with Cenerian Expedition
With 6 Primal Nether

Jewelcrafter 375:
Honored with The Violet Eye
Revered with Lower City
Revered with Scryer
Exalted with Cenerian Expedition

Frost Resistance Gear:
VE BS: Iceguard Breastplate (chest) 60
VE BS: Iceguard Leggings (legs) 60
VE BS: Iceguard Helm (head) 50
VE JC: The Frozen Eye (finger) 35
LC JC: Pendant of Thawing (neck) 30
VE: Inscription of Endurance (shoulder enchant) 7
Buffs: 70 Frost Resistance
Total: 312 Frost Resistance

48 Khorium Ore
4 Eternium Ore
6 Fel Iron Ore
4 Khorium Ore
3 Primal Nether
46 Primal Water
48 Primal Fire
5 Primal Earth
20 Adamantite Powder
Average Value (excluding the 3 Primal Nethers): 2400g

Nature Resistance Gear:
CE BS: Wildguard Breastplate (chest) 60
CE BS: Wildguard Leggings (legs) 60
CE BS: Wildguard Helm (helm) 50
CE JC: The Natural Ward (finger) 35
Scryer JC: Pendant of Withering (neck) 30
CE: Glyph of Nature Warding (head enchant) 20
Buffs: 70 Nature Resistance
Total: 325 Nature Resistance

104 Eternium Ore
156 Fel Iron Ore
3 Primal Nether
46 Primal Life
48 Primal Shadow
5 Primal Earth
20 Adamantite Powder
Average Value (excluding the 3 Primal Nethers): 1300g


(EU - Twisting Nether - Alliance - Aeternitas)

Resistance gear for add tanks? Edit

Is it needed? Some guilds on my server use 120/120, some 150/150 mix gear for add tanks. Is the add's damage mitigated by armor? There is no craftable resistance gear for druids, making it harder to get equip for them. Damage mitigation by armor would reduce their need for resistance. Tifi 00:04, 10 October 2007 (UTC)

I don't think elemental "physical" attacks are ever mitigated by armor. Stillfresh 18:55, 10 October 2007 (UTC)
Indeed, they are not. For damage mitigation, warriors are much better, considering Defensive Stance and Imp. Defensive Stance (90%*94% = 84.6%, which means druids take 18% more dmg). Tifi 01:27, 29 October 2007 (UTC)
There are still craftable rings/necklaces. However, while less reliable, it may in fact be easier to equip druid tanks, with a bit of luck on the AH, as their requirement for being uncritable is easier to reach. Flowers 21:02, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

Invisibility potion Edit

Lesser Invisibility Potion works perfecly fine, and is much easier to farm. The extra 3s are not needed. Tifi 23:35, 28 October 2007 (UTC)

relocating resist gear info Edit

I've moved the resist gear list off the main page, to Hydross_the_Unstable/Resistance_Gear. This should help clean up the article a bit, while retaining easy access to all the information. --Phaze 16:04, 3 December 2007 (UTC)

"Hydross the Unstable" Edit

Does he really need to be referred to as "Hydross the Unstable" in bold face every other sentence? This makes the article somewhat annoying to read. Tachase 00:33, 27 February 2008 (UTC)

Add Tanking Edit

Add tanks don't need much/any resistance gear if you can quickly kill the adds. In fact, they don't even need to be tanks, just have a fair bit of health and have the ability to hold aggro (although healers should be careful to watch the health of less hardy add tanks). Resilience gear can help a lot, both for more stamina and to prevent (or at least reduce the chance of) crits.

One of the hardest part of the fight is controlling the adds - having one person assigned to each position makes it very easy to handle them (and you can save a tank spot by having the off-phase main tank handle one of the adds).

Flowers 18:52, 15 March 2008 (UTC)

Exploiting Bugs Edit

Wowwiki should not be encouraging the use of, or even identifying bugs before they are fixed, as this may cause people to try and figure out the methods with which to do so.

As such, the section according to which Hydross can currently be soloed has been removed, and I beg that no mention of this bug be made on any pages whatsoever until Blizzard officially states that it is fixed.

If it has already been fixed, then please file the bug properly under the "changes" section.

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