Raiding at high levels can take a toll.
After nearly a week of working on the fight, Method has grabbed the world first kill of Mythic Jaina.
Mythic world first race is so popular that Method and Exorsus will livestream again in Battle of Dazar’alor
Uldir marked the first time contenders to finish the raid first in the world livestreamed the race to the top.
Method’s livestreaming their Mythic Uldir run tonight — and it marks a huge shift for the hardcore raiding scene
Method, one of World of Warcraft's top guilds, will stream the entirety of their world-first attempt at the Mythic Uldir raid on Twitch.
The world first 120 has been achieved less than five hours after launch ... yes, you read that right. Five hours. Gingi from Method leveled a Balance Druid up to BFA's new max level before everyone else. When hearing this it got me thinking about things that take longer than five hours. There are many things in life that hit that mark:
This late in an expansion, when progression has been exhausted and we're all waiting for the next big thing, players begin to test the true limits of their class.
Tomb of Sargeras has been doing well so far.
It's all over but the screaming: after getting the world first Mythic Fallen Avatar of Sargeras kill back on July 4th, Method has now completed their conquest of Tomb of Sargeras with the world's first kill of Mythic Kil'jaeden, bringing an end to the longest progression race World of Warcraft has seen since Al'Akir back in Cataclysm.
Last week, Method downed the Fallen Avatar in Mythic Tomb of Sargeras (warning, NSFW language in this kill video) to claim a World First kill, and now all eyes turn to Kil'jaeden, who has officially stayed up the longest of any Mythic end-boss since Al'Akir back in Cataclysm.
Paragon has reached the end of its long journey and today announced an exit from the world first stage that they've been competing in for many expansions.