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10-13-2010 @ 7:30PM
Yeah, it's definately interesting right now. Ran Heroic CoS last night on my warrior tank. Thunderclap threat "seemed" a little low, but I would have to play with it a bit more to find out. I think more information on the threat generation would be interesting, and I'd appreciate if anybody had some numbers I could look at to compare. I had to pop two major cool downs in the gauntlet, which I haven't had to do in a whle in my ICC gear, but that could be because the healer was still getting use to his spells too. Melee dps rarely pulled off me, but the arcane mage did frequently. I don't think I've seen that this expansion. Overall, I don't think I've had that much of a challenge in Heroic CoS, even when I was initially gearing my warrior for Naxx. Warrior tanks, watch your shout cool downs for the dragon spawns, I found that I was a bit rage starved and wishing I had berserker rage back, but that's an L2P issue with the new spells. Anyway, these are my observations after running only one heroic last night. I haven't even touched playing fury, but I have to re-gem everything over on that side. These are just obersvations, and limited ones I might add, for anybody who may find them helpful.
10-14-2010 @ 9:50AM
TC's aggro is low. I ran ICC 10 last night, and single target and multi-target have been nerfed. The inability to spam heroic strike has hurt our single target aggro, making things more interesting on some boss fights. Believe it or not, but between Shockwave and rend+TC, warriors are now the best AoE tanks at the moment. I also agree that rage is a little...odd, but thats just something I need to get used to.So far the "worst" thing about this patch is seeing a prot pally- in full tanking gear- pull 9k dps on festergut. I kid you not, it was pretty insane.
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