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3-31-2008 @ 11:48AM
I saw the requirements to do it for a bear.It was nuts and dependent on the idol proc to make the last bit.Essentially ALL that bear was taking was crushing blows and their HP Pool wasn't as high as it would need to be to survive a string of 2 hits. With every boss throwing magic damage around it would mean that you are seeing those healers scramble to keep the tank topped off and hoping for no unlucky string of 2 CBs.I think a better way of doing this would have been to simply allow them to have that godlike avoidance and mitigation. Just require that more and more threat needs to be applied. Force the tanks to have to use their top end gear and have some DPS gear put in to increase their threat. They do it with paladins. Imagine if tankadins were to be okay with their gear being where it is, but any further ilevel stuff is all about threat.Make ti a general theme and state, in public, that avoidance and mitigation are about capped. "We want the tanks to take some hefty damage. We will now force raid DPS into insane levels and those tanks are going to have to dedicate gear to threat."Yes, bears have an advantage here, but with a few tweaks the other 2 tanks could easily catch up.
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