As to your other question, locks and spriests are by far the most effective.
NEVER send hunters, they are deadzoned and can not attack the turret they actually land on.
I revived an old FL Thread in the Strategy Forum after seeing this video to discuss more specific points of strategy not specifically covered in the video. Unfortunately I wasn't sure should if it should be posted here or not. So anyone with insight that's willing to enlighten please contribute:
Thanks for the video Ciderhelm. Next week, my guild will probably start trying 2 towers in 10man, and i'm going to switch us to this strategy.
Just did this 4 tower on 10 man. Did it in 3 stuns with the 10 stacks constantly dropping due to being chased. now has 88 million on 10 man.[blizzard]The Flame Leviathan encounter has received the following changes: the bonus health Flame Leviathan receives per tower has been reduced, the ejection height from Flame Leviathan has been reduced, the snare effect of the Tower of Frost has been removed, and the cannons on Demolishers and Siege Enginers should now break Flash Frozen vehicles in 1 shot.[/blizzard]
Honestly though his HP is not even the biggest change. The most significant one is the movement speed. It was immediately noticeable even before the first stun. You can pretty much back peddle with sprint up as a demo and he will not catch you.
wtb Filefront links.
2 Siege (2 ppl in each)
2 Demos (3 ppl in one, 2 in the other)
1 Chopper (1 person)
The key for us was having one person get into launch position before pull, then another person (who would normally have been in the 2nd chopper) get into the passenger position. We did this so that the two people being launched would always have someone in their vehicle getting pyrite to keep the 10 stacks up. And to be honest, choppers are (imo) the least useful vehicles anyways, so having only one to pick up the turret people and lay tar was enough.
Seige Engines - Interrupts + Killing adds (Pilot); Shooting down Pyrite + Killing Adds (Passenger) - and light dmg on FL during the stun.
Demo - Keeping 10 stacks of pyrite rolling at all times (Pilot); Picking up pyrite and one of the demos will be shooting up passengers (Passenger)
Chopper - Picking up passengers from the demo after a shutdown, laying tar on top of FL during the stun for more dmg. And just trying to stay alive as long as possible.
Like others have said, it should take no more than 3 stuns to get him down. Hope that helps.
damn that's like a 20% hp nerf hah.
usually we use
5 demo (3 are full time on boss, 2 are launch teams consisting of a driver and 2 lock/sp teams)
5 sieges (we assign 1 siege to each "corner area", and the turret kills the freya adds there, they are also responsible for levi interrupts if he's in their quarter of the room, 1 fulltime siege on levi for interrupts as well)
3 choppers (2 are assigned to pick up the launch teams and return them to the marked demo's, one is just useless and runs around being trash)
demo's try to maintain 10 stacks for the whole fight. if you manage to maintain a 10stack from start to finish, you'll do about 230k-240k dps as a demolisher. with 5 demo's doing between 180k-240k, levi will usually die around the 4th stun, sometimes after the 3rd if demo's have a solid run.
With the nerfs to FL is it possible to do 4 towers shutout?
No. But you can do 2 towers without shutting him down
The problem with Shutout is that you aren't resetting his stacking speed buff, which makes kiting him w/ all the towers active extraordinarily difficult. It's probably possible to do Shutout if everything is executed flawlessly, but it'd be equivalent to finding a way to kill Thorim with a Warrior tank not wearing a shield.
Don't you provide these movies for free?
Yep. Every last one of them can be found on the net, either through YouTube, Filefront, or WCM. Movies I make will continue to be made completely free and, when possible, available in high defintion.
In other words, you're paying for something we provide for free. I'm fine with that. This service is different because it runs on our bandwidth and gives easy, centralized access to the whole collection in a safe way. It also helps our site.
Fix that FOS statement.
In all seriousness, all vids are, in fact, provided via youtube OR wcm OR filefront. So, the FOS statement is correct.
We donors pay both as a sign of gratitude to Cider, Lore and the other guys that are giving us such great movies, and to have the option to download these movies in HD.
And we have boob threads on the donor forum. Might want to check them out.
Have you ever tried to find a "tankspot" video, or a video with related references or similar titles, on any of the 3 afformentioned sites? lol.
Youtube HD is not much better then Youtube vanilla.