Tindral Sageswift, Seer of the Flame is second-to-last Amirdrassil raid boss that drops players epic World of Warcraft in-game items of 450-489 ilvl from LFR, Normal, Heroic and Mythic modes at the end of the fight. This WoW boss has a hard raid mechanic that requires gamers to follow the strategy guide and act as a team.
Tindral Sageswift boss encounter consists of 3 phases. Each phase is challenging in its own way and has unique mechanics. Since Tindral is an archdruid, he perfectly uses his druid shapes during the fight. The boss has 4 main forms: Humanoid (Night Elf), Moonkin, Fire Owl and Treant. Each form allows the elite Amirdrassil druid to use various abilities against the raid group.
This is one of those fights where games want to achieve the best results and loot BiS items. On average, experienced guilds defeat Tindral Sageswift from the 6th-7th attempt in Normal difficulty and from the 9th-12th attempt in Heroic. In turn, the Mythic mode is available only for the most hardcore guilds, and the number of wipes for them often goes over 500.
However, the World of Warcraft loot distribution mechanics are often unfair to Amirdrassil raiders. And this is exactly what happened to one PvE guild. After numerous wipes, a group of players finally defeated Tindral Sageswift. Each of the gamers rushed for the reward, but they were amusingly disappointed, as the boss dropped 4 identical items!
At that moment, all of the paladins, rogues, and warriors howled in indignation, as all 4 items turned out to be the Eternal Kindler’s Greatstaff – an item suitable for WoW caster classes like mages, warlocks, evokers, and priests.
This definitely wouldn’t have happened if the players had used the Amirdrassil Boost service. By using this service, gamers receive a larger number of items, as there are more than 20 characters in the group. It helps to reduce the risk of collecting similar gear slots and increases the number of items that drops from bosses.