Why do you get it when you kill Omor but not the last boss?
Probably so people won't skip.
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Because the achievement only states to defeat him (at least for normal). For the heroic achievement you have to defeat all 3 bosses. You would have to ask Blizzard why they made the normal achievement that way.
I believe Omor was originally intended to be the last boss of Ramparts. Considering the expansion is about Demons, and not orcs, it makes sense. I'm guessing sometime during development they changed the layout of the instance and it became common for players to kill the other boss last (presumably because it has 1 phase against the boss, and another against the drake). I'm also guessing they simply never 'fixed' the achievement criteria when it was added in 3.0.
This only applies to normal mode.
Heroic Mode requires you kill all of the bosses for the achievement for Hellfire Ramparts.
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Yeah i'm guessing, somehow they intended to make omor the last boss or something...idk.
Stranger is the fact 'we' have chosen to kill Omor first? :?
Just one of those 'bugs' that slipped under the radar and was never changed.
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Omor's off to the side, so it's likely to encourage people to go hit him up rather than skip him and barrel straight for Vazruden.
The sheer fact that we have people being so asinine as to split hairs over the exact definition of content is a sign that there isn't any worth discussing for non-raiders.
Maybe because you could theoretically kill Vazruden and die.
Next try you kill the dragon while letting Vazruden alive and then die to him.
Yeah, seems stupid to even me.
Back in BC Omar used to be a lot harder than he is now. Spell scaling has made him trivial now allowing you to ignore his mechanics. The same applies to Vaz, that used to be a 2-3 minute fight with the drake strafing the group multiple times. Now that isn't the case.