Wipefest: Trial of the Crusader
Wipefest support for Trial of the Crusader has been live since the raid released, and is already helping guilds everywhere analyse the boss mechanics in their pulls and work out how they can improve their performance and continue progressing.
Not used Wipefest before and want to learn more about how you can use it to analyze your Warcraft Logs reports? Read How to Improve Your Raid With Wipefest.
Let's dig into some examples of what mechanics Wipefest can automatically analyze for you in Trial of the Crusader!
One of the simplest ways that Wipefest can help is by analyzing avoidable damage. It can also help to point out the consequence of being hit by certain abilities in case the fight isn't clear. For example, players fight Icehowl in the last phase of Northrend Beasts. Icehowl periodically casts
One of the dangerous mechanics in the Lord Jaraxxus encounter is
It's safe to say that the Faction Champions encounter is unlike any other boss fight in World of Warcraft. As Faction Champions plays out more like a PvP battleground, Wipefest focuses on analyzing mechanics such as interrupting healing and crowd control spells, dispelling dangerous debuffs from allies, and also purging strong buffs from enemies.
Just like in PvP, it can be beneficial to prioritize certain targets first instead of cleaving everything at once. The most important targets to kill are the healers (so that less healing goes through and prolongs the fight) and the Enhancement Shaman (to prevent
One important mechanic on the Twin Val'kyr encounter is
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In the final phase of Anub'arak, he casts
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This is just a taste of some of the mechanical analysis that Wipefest has to offer, alongside other features such as player scores, event timelines, guides, and multi-pull analysis.
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Good luck, have fun!