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Heroic Gundrak – Multiboxed by Howster

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Gundrak (also known as Gun’Drak) is the capital of the ice troll nation of Zul’Drak in eastern Northrend. The Drakkari tribe rule Zul’Drak from here, constantly battling the mighty forces of the Scourge.

Our very own Howster multiboxes Gundrak and has created for us a quick two and a half minute video.  His team looks to be 5 multiboxed characters, 1x Paladin Protection Spec, 1x Druid Restoration Spec, 3x Shamans Elemetal Spec.

His strategy for multiboxing this heroic looks very, very straightforward.  He simply stands still and uses the typical “tank and spank” strategy for all of the bosses.  For a Heroic instance in World of Warcraft, Gundrak is by far one of the most easy ones to do.

A little history about this instance:  Gundrak is an instance which contains the final boss for the ice trolls. This instance will show the Ice Trolls in all their glory, and teach us why they have been so successful against the Scourge. The story that emerges in the completely constructed zone, Zul’Drak, and the instance at the end of that zone, Gundrak, is that the trolls worship various animal Gods, like the rest of the troll races. They have began sacrificing to these gods to give them the power to fight the Scourge. The whole zone is recognizable as Troll, but with a twist to it that is true to the ice troll culture.

See how he multiboxes Heroic Gundrak it in this video here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDnex8ykjyU


Posted by:  Tim         Date:  November 28, 2009         Discussion:  11 Comments         Popularity:  4,212 views
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