Bungie has confirmed that the new raid added today, Crota's End, has been cleared. The feat took six hours and seven players to complete.
I wonder how often they have died to achieve it :D They couldn't have done that if it were for real. Thanks to revive mode. The new "easy" mode in this era :D
I'm still trying to clear VoG on hard mode lol. Can't imagine trying to do this with ZERO info out there on it. Good on that clan that got it done.
Simple deduction from the screenshot is roughly 90-150 deaths per person (besides the one that likely had to quit or got dropped due to low stats and was the 7th man essentially). Most died closer to 100 though except for the unlucky warlock.
This is insane. Tried the raid, it is definitely no cakewalk
I'll let you all know how I did it later. I'm busy right now.
What's insane about it is, they did it with level 29s.
I don't know. It says there were 7 of them. How many people can join this raid? VoG only let you have 6.
Six but someone probably left and another person filled in.
If you go to the source one player barely did anything so had to quit or was dropped. Credited for taking part though so made 7 total.
Honestly thats not that crazy beating it with 29's, all you need are strong weapons max'd out.
INV, I already said congrats to them considering I have them on my friends list. But in 6 hours? That's amazing!
well its not super hard if everyone is experienced raiders, takes communication and execution. it was so fun we got past the first check point after like 15 tries.
We got to Crota with all level 30's, but gave up as the damage given to Crotoa at 32 does not do enough before enrage mode. I feel like this is a cheap way for Bungie to grind this raid. The boss is the max light level on normal. Why wouldn't they start it at 28 and max it out at 30? Then, do the hard at 30 and the end 32? Makes much more sense. Our group figued the puzzles out quickly, but were restricted by damage given to enemies.
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