Immerseus HC bites the dust

    Nuudl
    By Nuudl,

    Last week we killed our first heroic boss, good job team. Here is the video, more PoV's are coming on our future kills.
    Music was slightly odd after i rendered it, but i could not be arsed doing it again

     

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIqT-dj6GTE

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    Nemesis downs Garrosh 25man Normal!

    Kilróy
    By Kilróy,

    nub garrosh

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    Website!

    Aliquis
    By Aliquis,

    Website is live!

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