He is available in both 10, and 25-man flavors, and truly is one of the most simple bosses I’ve ever done.
How do you handle this?
The room has a center square on it, put half of your raid on one corner in front of the boss, the other half on the other corner in front of the boss. There needs to be a tank at either corner. The damage from Meteor Slash has to be distributed across group members, so that’s the reason to stack up. The tanks will alternate letting the debuff from the slash wear off from the group to prepare for the next one.
Consuming darkness needs to be dispelled ASAP.
When Argaloth casts Fel Firestorm, stay out of green fire. Really, that’s it. Rinse, repeat.
What does a hunter need to know?
DPS as quickly as possible, pay attention for Fel Firestorm — watch your feet. I saved my Rapid Fire for when we stack back up after a Fel Firestorm, and you’ll likely get your Heroism (or whatever you’re using that’s like it) toward the end of the fight. This boss is so simple, I don’t even think I used a potion. Handling movement in Fel Firestorm? You have a couple options. You could move to Aspect of the Fox and move a lot, or you can stay in Aspect of the Hawk and only take a couple steps when you need to. There’s not a lot of need to run around like a headless chicken (unlike Artramedes, but I’ll save that for that strategy), but it all depends on your play style.
Hunter Loot from Argaloth:
- Vicious Gladiator’s Chain Gauntlets
- Vicious Gladiator’s Chain Leggings
- Vicious Gladiator’s Cape of Cruelty
- Vicious Gladiator’s Ring of Accuracy
- Vicious Gladiator’s Ring of Cruelty
- Vicious Gladiator’s Cape of Prowess
- Vicious Gladiator’s Necklace of Prowess
- Vicious Gladiator’s Sabatons of Alacrity
- Vicious Gladiator’s Links of Cruelty
- Various PVP Trinkets
- TIER 11: Lightning-Charged Legguards
- TIER 11: Lightning Charged Gloves