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12-15-2008 @ 1:16AM
For those of you thinking of bringing two paladin tanks to the Four Horsemen fight... don't. Not until the next patch, anyway. For now, it's doable but unnecessarily complex.If you have two paladin tanks, you will also need a hunter, warrior, death knight or druid around as a dps or healer. Preferably dps since they're less painful to sacrifice if something goes awry.Paladin 1 taunts of paladin 2, so #1 now has both horsemen. Chosen dps uses taunt (druid goes into bear form to taunt, hunter uses Distracting Shot) on #1's original target, and then Paladin 2 taunts off the warrior/dk/druid/hunter. End result: the two paladins have switched targets, but it's a lot more complicated than simply taunting off each other, takes more time, and there's a small chance that your "offtank" taunter will die in the process.
12-15-2008 @ 12:59PM
If you have 2 pally tanks, just put the MT on Rivendare and zerg Thane. It's doable even with a 3-healer comp if you have your front two healers swap on 2 or 3 ticks (watch the meteor strike timing!). The tank can survive 6 or maybe even 7 ticks (disclaimer, I'm a bear. I have a *lot* of HP...) so even if after Thane dies there's a tick on the Rivendare tank before he can run out after the swap, he should be OK.I know it can be done this way with 3 healers because...we've done it that way two weeks in a row. Protecting the healer on the Rivendare tank is the hardest part (unless your group has issues with grouping up tight and someone's eating the meteor all by themselves...)
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