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12-11-2009 @ 2:18PM
I've only done the 5-mans but I'm pretty happy with them. FoS is a visually stunning set up and it's pretty simple if people just pay attention. I get a little irritated when the tank (if I'm not tanking) doesn't move Bronjahm away from the soul shards and dps doesn't take em out...but that's just me being picky. PoS is also very well done. Massive caster packs can be tricky, but are manageable if everyone is on the same page about interrupts and such. Tyrannus is a ball to tank, personally, since it swaps now and then from a tank and spank to a kite game, so it keeps ME entertained. Very different from most of the other bosses I've tanked in Wrath so far.HoR...well, I'm sure evrything anyone could say about it has been said, I've i've been furiously posting on the tanking forums. It's a great instance to be sure. It's also a PuG disaster if people are not going to be team players. While methods of "all you need is a good tank to carry you" or "all it takes is a good healer to keep the party up" are I guess legitimate, I like the play style of EVERYONE should be on their game, not hoping that OTHERS are so they can progress. Sort of a steep learning curve in Heroic, but if people just slow down and work together, this could be one of those instances that improves player skills across the board...I think that's a good idea from where I'm sitting. The ending is just epic too!
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