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Follow your positioning very strictly; dodge pretty much anything you see, Windwalkers are probably not going to soak Nightmare Bloom anyways so you’re good there.
Never stand in front or behind a dragon. Might sound obvious but a reminder cannot hurt.
Focus adds generally, there is no relevant enrage mechanic, bosses transition really smoothly.
See mythic tips for portals!
On mythic, as a Windwalker, you are likely to be asked to do portals duty. Windwalker is very good at this job.
At 90% (right into pull), 60% and 30% you will be asked to go into one of the three portals (set order) and nuke down an add.
Each add should last 25-45 seconds roughly. You should have Touch of Death and Serenity up for each add.
Make sure you follow interrupt rotation properly.
When on portal duty, do not use your cooldowns on the opener. Use Fists of Fury, get a couple stacks of Transfer the Power, try to keep Hit Combo up as you run to the portal (Chi Wave right before portal, then Flying Serpent Kick inside portal, then Chi Wave again if add is not in range yet).
On each add, you can have at least one stack of Storm, Earth, and Fire or Serenity, one Touch of Death, your on-use trinket and 5-10 stacks of Transfer the Power. This makes you a beast at destroying that single target meter.
The best way to get nice dps on this fight is, obviously, to get a huge AoE burst on Defiled Spirits; Leg Sweep on packed Defiled Spirits into Fists of Fury is your best bet, but if specced into Storm, Earth, and Fire, this is your chance to get a dozen stacks of Spinning Crane Kick and crush the meters. Serenity can do the same trick, 4-5 stacks into a stupidly high damage Serenity.
Besides, getting the most out of Spinning Crane Kick will give you high dps in this fight. Tag every Dread Horror, Defiled Spirit, Spirit Shade you can with Tiger Palm, it’s free and might come in handy. Cleaving on Spirit Shade/others will make the fight for you.
People usually have smooth enough timer that you can follow the drakes during tank swaps, get a Fists of Fury on two targets (or at least a few ticks of it) and maybe a cleave off Strike of the Windlord before going back to the side you’re assigned. BE CAREFUL doing this as failing will be obvious!