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10-04-2010 @ 9:31AM
So, it might be worth a try to solo some TBC content once I ding 85 to get to pieces of T5? Or maybe the T5 is still necessary to do so and I'll be stuck in a catch 22 limbo of hunter soloing?Btw, I have found the improved mend pet talent in the BM tree quite valuable as it removes most diseases, curses, magic effects and poisons from the pet. And this is in Cata a second tier talent in the BM tree (I do wish that it removed bleed effects too so I wouldn't need to kite Buru...).
10-04-2010 @ 9:49AM
I think you'll be able to get 2 pieces solo and without them...I don't know exactly how good cata hunters are, but considering health and dps I've been hearing about - soloing void reaver and leotheras would be possible...I mean, they're both almost soloable now. I don't think Karathress can be done without a healer, though chimera shot might do...and I' pretty sure Vashj and Kael stay unsoloable.
10-04-2010 @ 1:16PM
Void Reaver only needs 5k5 sustained dps in order to die before the enrage.Now the main problem here is that you need to kite during the whole encounter which cuts down your dps and you need tof eign death every 30 secs because you pet will lose aggro.Right now its easilly 2mannable if you get a tank that can keep themselves alive (AKA a ret pally with good prot gear on), forget DKs, Void Reaver's immune to diseases.Also, good luck soloing TK trash, they got a nasty MC that will make you kill your pet so you're probably gonna need help anyway.
10-04-2010 @ 3:10PM
Well, you just need bestial wrath for every group of trash. Don't remember their health though...If 10 seconds are not enough to kill, might just skip groups with sacrificing pet. They'll be 15 levels below, so there should be safe spot between groups.
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