World of Warcraft: Legion’s final boss, the mythic difficulty version of Argus The Unmaker appeared in the game last week and gave top guilds a hard time. Their expectations that beating the final boss would be as easy as a walk in the park were smashed to pieces but after hundreds of tries Argus has finally fallen.
The best World of Warcraft guild – Method- did the impossible and knocked off Argus after one week of unsuccessful attempts. That milestone was the third out of five possible Legion firsts Method has achieved so far.
George Georgiadis, a member and officer of Method Guild, tweeted about the victory and received hundreds of “congrats” tweets in return. Georgiadis said that Argus was not as difficult to kill as Kil’jaeden but it was “still a tough one”. (After all, 320 wipes speak for themselves).
The race to beat Argus was a challenge as compared to the other bosses in Antorus, The Burning Throne. What made the final boss such a tough nut to crack was the fact that the Mythic version has secret phases that were not outlined in the Dungeon Journal. No details about them were available on the test server either.
Antorus, the Burning Throne’s Mythic-difficulty version was launched on December 5 and since then MMO’s top guilds have been trying to bring down the tough blue boy. It turned out that Method’s rigorous raiding schedule was the key to killing Argus.
At the time of writing, Method has not revealed how the fight unfolded but avid WoW fans are surely looking forward to learning more about it.