In the worst kept secret in the game department, there’s an exploit involving the rare non-combat pet oozling. As part of its cute properties, the oozling casts a minor debuff on you. Sounds harmless, right? Well, the thing is that you can make a macro that activates the oozling quickly thirty-two times, summoning and dismissing it in rapid succession. Doing so so quickly, you end up with 16 oozling debuffs on you, which pushes off any other debuff on you. Priest and warlock dots on you? Gone. Mortal Strike on you? Gone. Crippling poison? Gone.
The biggest place where this comes into play is on the C’Thun encounter. During phase 2 of the encounter, people get swallowed up into C’Thun’s belly. Inside the belly, there are two tentacles that you have to kill to make C’Thun vulnerable to attack outside. However, when you’re inside the stomach, you get a stacking dot that gradually ramps up to the point that it would kill you very quickly, so normally players who get swallowed only get a short time to lay as much damage on the tentacles as possible before they have to leave the stomach. However, someone with the oozling can just knock off the stomach acid debuff, stay in the stomach indefinitely, burn through the tentacles in rapid succession, and make the C’Thun encounter almost trivial for the people outside the stomach as C’Thun goes vulnerable far more often than he would normally.
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