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3-29-2008 @ 1:29PM
threat on multiple targets hard for druids?news to mewtb swipealso wtb posters who know wtf is up
3-29-2008 @ 1:28PM
Somehow I knew this comment was coming. I just had a bad feeling as I typed that sentence. And would you like to see what I wrote? "Might be a bit more difficult for Druids". A bit.I don't think you can deny that Warriors and Paladins are, on the balance, slightly better at multi-target tanking than Druids are.
3-29-2008 @ 2:27PM
I have to disagree, druids are good up to 3 mobs typically (note good, not great). My guildmate (a very accomplished warrior tank) says that tanking more than 1 (sometimes 2) mobs in MgT is a nightmare for him. My tankadin of course can tank the whole damn instance simultaneously (comedic hyperbole ftw). But I've never heard of druids having a harder time on multiple mobs than warriors.
3-30-2008 @ 10:59AM
"I don't think you can deny that Warriors and Paladins are, on the balance, slightly better at multi-target tanking than Druids are."Actually it can be denied since it's not correct. As others have already mentioned druids typically have an easier time multi-tanking than warriors.
4-12-2008 @ 12:09PM
Hi,I'm a feral druid and I do tank, druid is great tank on Humanoids but holding more than 3 is very hard as swipe hits 3 targets and holding more than 4 is extremely hard.Druid is good for 3-4 targets, best of all for multi target is Paladine tank, though a good warrior could hold as many as well.MrT is quite hard with 2nd boss or was bugged when I went in with my priest as healer, the tank or any other member of group couldn't take agro off me and I hard to tank as priest, just healed myself to stay alive while they took out the mobs. But that group was sucky with noob mage (somehow from the best guild on our server) and noob lock, sucky DPS from ret paladine, warrior was good but on 2nd boss he couldn't keep agro.Maybe it was bugged didn't happen when I tanked.
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