History WebVideo / LeeroyJenkinsVideo

21st Apr '16 1:31:47 AM ChrisX
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* '''LeeroyJenkins''': The {{Trope Namer|s}}... and [[Pantheon/PhilosophyIntermediateGods Destroyer of Philosophies]]!!

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* '''LeeroyJenkins''': The {{Trope Namer|s}}... and [[Pantheon/PhilosophyIntermediateGods Destroyer of Philosophies]]!!Namer|s}}
21st Dec '15 10:54:05 AM Akaihiryuu
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** Paladins today that didn't play back in those days might not even know what Divine Intervention is. That spell has long since been removed from the game. It was a spell that would instantly kill the paladin, while making another character completely immune to all attacks for 2-3 minutes (that character would also be unable to move or attack themselves). The ACTUAL use of this spell - if you were about to wipe, a paladin would cast it on a healer, or some other class that could resurrect, so the group wouldn't have to release and run back. Raids at the time had rapidly respawning trash so this was very beneficial and would save a lot of time.
15th Oct '15 12:13:10 AM TARINunit9
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* CriticalResearchFailure: Invoked. [[TheTeam The team's]] "plan" involves shielding their mages with Divine Intervention while they cast crowd-clearing AOE spells on the whelps. The main problem with this is that Divine Intervention sacrifices the paladin who casts it (putting a character who can tank and heal out of the fight), and is utterly counterproductive when used on a mage, as whoever is shielded by the ability cannot cast spells or use special abilities. In addition, the other part of ThePlan (involving fear rotation on the part of the warriors) isn't very useful in the Rookery due to the respawning eggs, only keeping the whelps off them for a few seconds before dumping even more of them onto the party.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Invoked. [[TheTeam The team's]] "plan" involves shielding their mages with Divine Intervention while they cast crowd-clearing AOE spells on the whelps. The main problem There's two big problems with this is that Divine Intervention sacrifices this. First, the paladin who casts it (putting Divine Intervention ''immediately dies'', putting a character who can tank and heal out of the fight), and fight. The second is utterly counterproductive when used on that Divine Intervention isn't just a mage, as whoever is shielded by shield; it locks the ability cannot target out of combat entirely, meaning they can't cast any spells or use special abilities.affect enemies at all. In addition, the other part of ThePlan (involving fear rotation on the part of the warriors) isn't very useful in the Rookery due to the respawning eggs, only keeping the whelps off them for a few seconds before dumping even more of them onto the party.
4th Oct '15 3:49:31 PM SbenLives
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* AscendedMeme: Leeroy has been referenced several times in ''[=WoW=][='s=] history, and in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can help the character (voiced by the man himself!) finally get his devout shoulders. Said quest involves him cooking chicken and encouraging you to formulate a plan that is "mathematically flawless!" during a time limit, after which he charges in and draws every enemy you haven't killed yet.

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* AscendedMeme: Leeroy has been referenced several times in ''[=WoW=][='s=] ''[=WoW=]'''s history, and in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can help the character (voiced by the man himself!) finally get his devout shoulders. Said quest involves him cooking chicken and encouraging you to formulate a plan that is "mathematically flawless!" during a time limit, after which he charges in and draws every enemy you haven't killed yet.
24th Sep '15 8:26:39 AM zerohelix
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* DisasterDominoes: The raid in a nutshell following Leeroy's dramatic entrance, though it bears repeating that PALS FOR LIFE [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption were going to fail miserably no what they did]].

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* DisasterDominoes: The raid in a nutshell following Leeroy's dramatic entrance, though it bears repeating that PALS FOR LIFE [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption were going to fail miserably no matter what they did]].
1st Sep '15 2:00:22 PM X2X
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* AscendedMeme: Leeroy has been referenced several times in WoW's history, and in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can help the character (voiced by the man himself!) finally get his devout shoulders. Said quest involves him cooking chicken and encouraging you to formulate a plan that is "mathematically flawless!" during a time limit, after which he charges in and draws every enemy you haven't killed yet.

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* AscendedMeme: Leeroy has been referenced several times in WoW's ''[=WoW=][='s=] history, and in ''Warlords of Draenor'', you can help the character (voiced by the man himself!) finally get his devout shoulders. Said quest involves him cooking chicken and encouraging you to formulate a plan that is "mathematically flawless!" during a time limit, after which he charges in and draws every enemy you haven't killed yet.



* DisasterDominoes: The raid in a nutshell following Leeroy's dramatic entrance, though it bears repeating that PALS FOR LIFE [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption were going to fail miserably no what they did]].



-->'''Leeroy Jenkins''': "All right chums, I'm back! Let's do this!"

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-->'''Leeroy Jenkins''': Jenkins:''' "All right chums, I'm back! Let's do this!"
22nd Aug '15 9:01:13 AM AjWargo
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** On the other side of the coin, the raid leader repeatedly chastises Leeroy and blames the entire mess on him, even though the plan ''he'' came up was doomed from the start.

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** On the other side of the coin, the raid leader Jamaal repeatedly chastises Leeroy and blames the entire mess on him, even though the plan ''he'' came up was doomed from the start.
13th Aug '15 9:32:40 AM AjWargo
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As the group are making their plans to take on the boss, Leeroy's player is away from his keyboard heating up some fried chicken. The plan that they come up with involves gathering all the whelps into one spot so the mages (Ritter, Spiffy and Therien) can blast them all down with their Area of Effect attacks, while the warriors (Anfrony, Basphemy and Jamaal) use their shout skills to scatter them so that they don't have to fight too many of them at once, and the paladins (Chrisym and Leeroy) use their Divine Intervention ability on the mages to protect them while they AOE[[note]]If you play ''World of Warcraft'', and you notice some holes in this plan, just hold that thought for now[[/note]]. The group then asks Abduhl, one of the two rogues of the party, for a "number crunch," and [[IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect he comes up with a "32.33 (repeating of course)" percentage of survival]]. To which the raid leader replies, [[ILikeThoseOdds "Okay, that's a lot better than we usually do."]]

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As the group are making their plans to take on the boss, Leeroy's player is away from his keyboard heating up some fried chicken. The plan that they come up with involves gathering all the whelps into one spot so the mages (Ritter, Spiffy and Therien) can blast them all down with their Area of Effect attacks, while the warriors (Anfrony, Basphemy and Jamaal) use their shout skills to scatter them so that they don't have to fight too many of them at once, and the paladins (Chrisym and Leeroy) use their Divine Intervention ability on the mages to protect them while they AOE[[note]]If you play ''World of Warcraft'', and you notice some holes in this plan, just hold that thought for now[[/note]]. The group then asks Abduhl, one of the two rogues of the party, for a "number crunch," and [[IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect he comes up with a "32.33 (repeating of course)" percentage of survival]]. To which Jamaal, who is the raid leader leader, replies, [[ILikeThoseOdds "Okay, that's a lot better than we usually do."]]
17th Jul '15 9:46:18 AM convoluteddiatribe
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For more info on the vid, see [[http://www.wowpedia.org/Leeroy_Jenkins_%28video%29 the Wowpedia article.]] For those who actually want to see the video, [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkCNJRfSZBU YouTube has you covered.]]

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For more info on the vid, see [[http://www.wowpedia.org/Leeroy_Jenkins_%28video%29 the Wowpedia article.]] For those who actually want to see the video, [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkCNJRfSZBU com/watch?v=hooKVstzbz0 YouTube has you covered.]]
28th Apr '15 10:38:21 PM TARINunit9
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As the group are making their plans to take on the boss, Leeroy's player is away from his keyboard heating up some fried chicken. The plan that they come up with involves gathering all the whelps into one spot so the mages (Ritter, Spiffy and Therien) can blast them all down with their Area of Effect attacks, while the warriors (Anfrony, Basphemy and Jamaal) use their shout skills to scatter them so that they don't have to fight too many of them at once, and the paladins (Chrisym and Leeroy) use their Divine Intervention ability on the mages to protect them while they AOE. The group then asks Abduhl, one of the two rogues of the party, for a "number crunch," and [[IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect he comes up with a "32.33 (repeating of course)" percentage of survival]]. To which the raid leader replies, [[ILikeThoseOdds "Okay, that's a lot better than we usually do."]]

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As the group are making their plans to take on the boss, Leeroy's player is away from his keyboard heating up some fried chicken. The plan that they come up with involves gathering all the whelps into one spot so the mages (Ritter, Spiffy and Therien) can blast them all down with their Area of Effect attacks, while the warriors (Anfrony, Basphemy and Jamaal) use their shout skills to scatter them so that they don't have to fight too many of them at once, and the paladins (Chrisym and Leeroy) use their Divine Intervention ability on the mages to protect them while they AOE.AOE[[note]]If you play ''World of Warcraft'', and you notice some holes in this plan, just hold that thought for now[[/note]]. The group then asks Abduhl, one of the two rogues of the party, for a "number crunch," and [[IfMyCalculationsAreCorrect he comes up with a "32.33 (repeating of course)" percentage of survival]]. To which the raid leader replies, [[ILikeThoseOdds "Okay, that's a lot better than we usually do."]]
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