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7-22-2009 @ 7:35PM
For a little more depth to the idea of strategy, I've found that it's best to send your best geared DPS (just one if you have that kind of group) with your best healer and tank inside the gauntlet. If you have two possible tanks left (ie, your offtank and someone who can offspec into a tank spec) it makes the outside part go a LOT smoother. One tank can handle it, but since the outside group is NOT on a timer compared to the inside group you don't have to burn the adds down super fast, just keep them controlled. Another good strategy we've found, is to keep the group inside the circle. You avoid the lightning orbs if you're inside the circle, so you don't have to run around AS much. Your tanks should be able to stack up on either side and pull mobs off the healers and the DPS just plows it down slowly. Once thorim comes down, it's basically over. It's not a difficult fight as long as your tanks can swap. If you've got 3 tanks, you can even miss a swap and you might not have much of an issue. He doesn't have a ton of HP, he doesn't hit very hard, it's not difficult at all.
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