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Tier 14 has 16 bosses
Tier 15 has 13 bosses
Tier 16 has 14 bosses
that makes 43 bosses for the expansions so far, and most likely ends the xpac at 43 bosses. 14.3 bosses per tier.
If we count world bosses then so far pandaria has 4, and i cant be sure but it looks like 5.4 will have either 1 or 2 bosses. Assuming that 5.4 doesnt have any thats 47 bosses to end the xpac which would be 15.6 per tier. If 5.4 even has 1 that wll average it out to 16 bosses a tier. Not to shabby.
Lets go ahead and count up cata, and im going to count all raid bosses even baradin hold.
tier 11 had 14 bosses
tier 12 had 8 bosses
tier 13 had 9 bosses
that equals 31 over 3 tiers which is 10.3 bosses per tier.
wrath had 54 over 4 tiers which would be 13.5 a tier.
tbc had 44 bosses and 4 tiers right? I didnt play back then thats 11 per tier if its 4 tiers and 14.6 if its 3 tiers.
So as you can see MoP has the best boss count per tier ever.
Can't wait for the Klaxxi fight, hope when the bosses talk when they attack/on pull/death/kill of someone and such they will mention Wakener
Because of the implication that Garrosh only infuses himself with the Old God when faced with defeat, the Paragon's being fought before him is bizarre. Either they can tell the future (unlikely), or they know Garrosh has already invoked Y'shaarj.
So... It IS corruption after all?
EDIT: And now that I think about it, the heart was buried under the Vale. It may have been the reason they've been trying to break the wall all these centuries.
Last edited by Soulwind; 2013-06-13 at 09:45 AM.
OMFG people....it is not sha infested garrosh......stop saying it......jesus lord people....learn to read....sha of pride in no way effects garrosh........the old god gives him power......that is not a corruption that is an empowerment....
That said, I find it very likely that they're there for the heart now that it has been unearthed and they know of it.
Now the heart has been exposed and carried away from Pandaria, and they are following it.
It may not be what Blizzard has planned, but it fits their story without negating their previous reasons.
This is something that bothered me with "The Shattering" and the lead-in to Cataclysm. Supposedly, the Horde was on the rocks after the Northrend campaign... and the orcs in particular were suffering. Penniless, going hungry, etc., due to everything that went into the war effort. Yet... we didn't see any of this portrayed in game. No starving orcs in the streets, no dilapidated structures in Orgrimmar. We had absolutely no investment in this, yet apparently this "Durotar Depression" was what made Garrosh such an appealing 'savior' to the orcs -- he brought them food and shelter and strength again.
So, I'm VERY much in favor of the world changing to show the current state of affairs. The Kor'kron taking over Orgrimmar, the Vale becoming excavated... yes. Show us what is happening so we can appreciate the full weight of the events.
A Farewell to Pre-Cataclysm Azeroth (video)
Those of you on PTR already:
How many of the bosses have filled-out Dungeon Journal entries already?
I can find Immerseus, Norushen, Fallen Protectors, Nazgrim, Malkorok, Paragons, and Garrosh on WowHead. Any others up?