This script was created by Woedenaz.
F’harg (Felhounds of Sargeras in Antorus) Details for TANKS!
This is for tanks right now, there is not a DPS version of this script at this time. This is the heroic version of the script.
If you want to follow along in the actual script, I’m starting in the “Actions” section (below NPCs). Read the comment section for each ability - Woedenaz did a really nice job of explaining each ability and setup.
How the script is currently set up.
Burning Maw: This ability deals ~6 million unmitigated magic damage to the tank every 10 seconds. Tank ‘rotations’ know this is a big hit and will use (or save) damage mitigation cooldowns when possible (or necessary).
Smoldering: Burning Maw also buffs F’harg, causing him to deal ~100k magic damage every 1.5 seconds to the tank.
Enflame Corruption: This is included for completeness - while it doesn’t damage the tank, it does interrupt melee attacks and other casts. So you will see the damage is set to zero.
- Enflamed: This appears to happen very rarely to the tanks - it is unclear if there is a very small chance, or if there should be zero chance but it happens when too many people die and no one is left to target. We’ll know more when it goes live. In the meantime, this is setup to have a 5% chance to hit the tank, once every 90 seconds. If it does hit the tank, it will deal ~2.3 million magic damage to the tank.
- Desolate Path: A debuff that has a 25% chance of targeting the tank in a 20-person raid. If targeted, it deals ~2.5 million magic damage. This repeats every 103 seconds.
- Siphoned: Shatug (the other Felhound) places a ring around a targeted player that splits damage up to 4 people in the area. The chance this hits the tank is very low - current theory is it only happens when too many people die. Until we know more, it is setup to have a very small chance to hit the tank, with varying amounts of damage depending on how many people were hit. This repeats every 10 seconds.
High death chance!
If you sim this and don’t have 930+ gear, you might see a high death chance depending on your spec. If you want to see what is killing you, look through the log on the sim report. (To get the log, select “Log” in the “Output level” field under “More Options” on the right side of the simulation setup page).
To find your deaths, type ‘overkill’ into the Info box on the report. Note the time stamp(s) of your death(s). Then delete ‘overkill’ from the info box and filter to a time range instead - a few seconds before and after your death time stamp.