Siegecrafter we had gotten a few pulls in a couple weeks ago before resetting, and today he went down after about 45 minutes of pulls. It was nice that folks were absolutely on top of their own positioning and ensuring that the room was clear of hazards. Or as clear as they can be on Siegecrafter. All in all, it took us a total of 17 pulls, which is a fair number, but thankfully his complexity is front-loaded, so most pulls we were dead in about 2 minutes or less anyhow.
|Sawblade out of freaking nowhere. Holy Paladin Pinball is not my favourite game.|
|Moment of Death. Our Tank had just died from a 4th stack of the debuff, but we had things in hand.|
|3 DPS down, but we did it. Healer DPS FTW.|
As far as the Sunday raid goes, though, I did a lot of thinking and in the end decided I just wasn't having any fun. Between working too much, the lack of progression, and the amount of effort I have to put into that raid week after week, I just ended it. My backup leader had already bailed a few days prior, too, so that helped my decision. But it was nice having Sunday free the past couple weeks, so perhaps I'll just chill and stick with the Wednesday raid and play some other games on Sundays. Raid leading is an immense amount of work, and I really don't recommend it if you're doing it by yourself. But lesson learned. We'll see what happens for WoD.