Lich King Tactics

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Use Single Target dps on Lichking, AOE should not be used.
Phase 1
Position:
Lichking
Main tank and melee
Ranged and healers
Off tank with Ghouls and Shamblings

Infest:
Every person in the raid will take around 7k dmg and will take increasing shadow dmg every second afterwards
This effect is removed when the target has more than 90% health
Necrotic Plague:
Every 15 seconds Lich King applies the Necrotic Plague debuff to a player
The Plague is a dot which deals 50k dmg to its target every 5 sec
Whenever the debuff is dispelled or its target dies, it jumps to a nearby unit - including adds
How to deal with it?
The debuffed player has to run next the off tank with the adds and dispel him there, so the plague will jump to an add
Phase 1.5 and 2.5 - Transition phases - Everyone except off tank - Off tank
At 70% hp transition phase takes place and lasts for 1 minute
He will begin casting Remorseless Winter, so the raid must flee on the edge of the platform to get out of the spell
Transition phases are almost just about controlling the spawning adds
The off tank will move the remaining Shambling(s) and the Ghouls to his spot faced away
The main tank will drag the missed ghouls into the stacking raid so they can be killed
Raging Spirits will spawn during this fight every 20 seconds
It's a target's spirit and the target will be attacked, but the off tank will taunt it asap and face it away from the raid
When the 3. Spirit is summoned, Lich King casts quake, which destroys the outer ring of the platform
The raid has 2,5 seconds to move away from the edge, onto the platform
If a player has Nectrotic Plague debuff in the start of the transition phase, just run away 10y from the raid to get dispelled, the Plague will no longer jump
There will also spawn Frost Orbs which heads toward the raid but are easily killed by a…...

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