Waycrest Manor is the residence of Lord and Lady Waycrest. Among the most influential families of Kul Tiras, alongside the Proudmoore, the Stormsong, and the Ashven. Lady Meredith Waycrest succumbed to greed and corruption and sought a pact with the Drust spirits. The price was collected, and the Waycrest have been transformed. The citizens of Drustvar are now either sacrifice to the Drust, or indoctrinated into ways of the Heartsbane Coven.
Each sister has their own attack against you that can be interrupted. Interrupt as many as you can to reduce your incoming damage.
The Soulbound Goliath starts with Soul Harvest, which increases all damage done, and increases further as the fight progress. Using Wildfire to make sure the boss does not gain too much of a damage increase is vital to surviving this fight.
[Soul Harvest] increases the boss's damage over time, so save larger defensive cooldowns for later.
Move the boss into [Wildfire] to reduce its damage increase.
Raal the Gluttonous is a heavy hitter, working to first hinder the movement of his enemies before crushing them with Tenderize. Additionally, Raal the Gluttonous calls in servants, which he consumes to increase his own strength.
Lord Waycrest engages the party directly, with Lady Waycrest assisting by using her organ to attack. When Lord Waycrest is defeated, Lady Waycrest casts Vitality Transfer to bring him back at the cost of her own life. At 10% health, Lady Waycrest joins the fight actively.
Gorak Tul uses his magics to inflict ever increasing pain against his opponents, both through Darkened Lightning and Death Lens. Additionally, he will call in Deathtouched Slavers from within his realm. These additions to the fight can not be killed by any traditional means, and can be resurrected by Dread Essence. Alchemical Fire can be used to burn their corpses away to prevent their resurrection.
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