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Stormcaller x 2?

Shreb's Avatar

07.26.2012 , 06:07 AM | #1
Just wanted to see if anyone has experienced bugs on Firebrand and Stormcaller. Last night we were in there and screwed up our first attempt. We downed Stormcaller, but wiped just after. When we got back, we saw two Stormcallers on top of each other. One wasn't moving, so we thought it was just leftover dead from the last attempt. When we engaged, we kept getting the lightning sheilds in places they shouldn't be. More specifically inside the tank where you couldn't see it. No warnings no nothing. We've downed this boss plenty and know what we are doing. It was as if the other stormcaller was in the add phase the whole time.
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Snakeyees's Avatar

07.26.2012 , 10:04 AM | #2
Yes i have seen it happen to us 2 weeks ago we killed storm caller but wiped on firebrand at 0% has something like 4k hp left. came back in and the wreck of storm caller was there with a new copy on top of him.
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CitizenFry's Avatar

07.26.2012 , 12:27 PM | #3
I had a run recently where we killed Stormcaller way too soon on one attempt, then wiped to soft-enraged Firebrand. On all of the subsequent attempts, there was a "destroyed Stormcaller" model overlapping the "alive Stormcaller" model, but as far as I could tell, it was just a graphics glitch. The fight mechanics seemed to be operating as normal.
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jamescloutier's Avatar

07.26.2012 , 12:30 PM | #4
Any time we have killed one but wiped on the other, the shell of the downed tank remains to mock us. It effects nothing in further pulls except to remind us how close we just were.