Remember one of the early versions of Civilization where the game pretty much cheated? It was able to make moves that particular units weren't supposed to be able to make. I'm getting that feeling about the pet guy in Dragonblight, who seems to have amazing luck with crits, misses and glitches.
I have tried various teams that, according to Wowhead *should* be able to take him and he always gets just what he needs at a given time. So is this just RNG messing with me or, as some comments on Wowhead seem to indicate, is he a bit Sid Meier lucky?
Sometimes fights can be a little wonky. I remember one time I had Dive reflected against me, and my pet had all of his abilities skip until the cooldown finally reset. That was, what, 4 turns where my pet did nothing? Ugh.
I don't remember having any trouble with Okrut Dragonwaste
though. Undead are my least-favorite enemies to fight due to their annoying ability to resurrect and a lot of attacks that heal themselves, but he never struck me as particularly difficult. I had all level 25s by then, though, and was gearing up my hard counters to take down Major Payne (which I did on my first try, incidentally).
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