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Also, once I get 496 in every slot is it time to move on from the Isle and start LFR? Or do I grind there with the hopes for burdens and vanity items that sell for much gold.
Camouflage (with or without the glyph) should help you get to the chest. Send your pet to aggro them and keep their attention for a second while you loot. You'll probably die afterwards, but no biggie, eh?
Stick on the island while waiting in LFR queues. Grind coins at frogs or turtles, watch general chat for rare spawn timers, or join a Shaohao rep farm group.
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So I did my first SoO LFR today (sad experience), and got 4 pieces of loot on the first 4 bosses (warforged seals ftw), at 496ilvl you cant be picky though, so now I am at 506ilvl. I suggest hitting LFR as soon as you get to 496, whether or not to stay on the isle is up to you entirely, me personally am hunting down ore where the mobs are way easier to kill, to prospect for some moolas before WoD comes, since this char is allience and my main is horde and on a different server aswell.
As for agro on the mobs, I never have a problem with over agroing my pet if his growl is on and I farmed those small ordon adds where huolon is till I got Exalted on my main.
The other ones there on top are a bit different, but they are not too hard to kite around, I used MD on pet, dropped a trap for the extra slow and just hit him with concussive shot every time the cooldown expired, I would not advise it at ilvl below 510 though since it will take allot of time to kill it and you might once in a while loose your pet to the golems they summon.
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