So, I have looked up on other sites and combed through here to see if anyone has see/done this technique and yup nuffin. So, I figured I'd share it. We all know you can cheese the mechanic by disengaging onto and off the belt..... But did you know you can "cheese" the mechanic of being gripped off the belt by disengaging ( considering if you time it perfect ) and never have to worry about ever leaving the belt and having to worry about raid damage from the bottom or fall damage if you have to hop into the pipe to get back on? Here let me break it down for ya
Belt one: hop into the pipe as normal with pet out, Kill the required belt add that fits your raid strategy without going past the first
laser line (the area where you first drop into from hopping into the pipe to be put onto the belt). Now here is where personal latency
may come into play. now depending on what boss mod you have, Im sure you have a timer that shows "Next assembly line in X". Here is
what you need to watch for to fine tune it for you. When Blackfuse does his electric "deathgrip" to you on the belt, for my timers
when that animation hits my toon, the timer is between 1.1 seconds to .9 left. That's when you hit disengage, and if done correctly
you will never leave the belt, never take any damage from down below, maintain complete control on the belt, save your raid team from
sending a healer to help you guys/gals out if needed....
So, recap for this to work correctly: Stay in the "zone" before the first set of laser line, Kill the add, watch your timer for "next assembly line" and find your sweet spot (usually when I see the animation touch my toons feet is when I hit disengage), and don't fall off the belt don't disengage through the very first set of lasers (which will insta kill you since you're not supposed to be in that room where the unfinished weapons spawn) and win!
Now, lets say it worked for you on 3 assembly lines but you missed on the 4th line, well hop onto the pipe.... you have no pattern recognition debuff!
but I really hope this info has helped out and I look forward to some responses to see if other have managed to do it.