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6-09-2006 @ 11:23AM
This is a pretty easy question. Assuming that everyone is around the same level range, the tank should know how to hold aggro on a proper pull. This isn't to say that DPSers shouldn't know how to manage aggro, because they should, but if the tank is only hitting one target, that isn't tanking. He should be able to be nimble, grabbing mobs that stray towards the squishies, etc. Further, and maybe this is only a personal preference, but my guild and I move quickly. Down time should be short, and we shouldn't be hearing "ready?" before every single pull. If the tank knows what he is doing, he can guage the next pull and understand how "ready" the group needs to be. There's nothing quite like finishing UBRS and LBRS combined in 3 hours. The key to a good run begins with the tank, whether is warrior, paladin, or druid.
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