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8-20-2009 @ 3:48PM
Or, simply keep them clumped up as you are knocking them off their mounts in the previous phase, then have everyone but the tank get clear of that spot immediately after the dismount. As long as the tank is prepared with some defensive cooldowns to offset the initial burst they're going to take, there's no need to run out. I've tanked plenty of transitions using this method without losing a single group member, both regular and heroic.
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