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2-13-2011 @ 3:01PM
Cooltip: As we do approximately ~200 DPS (give or take 50 or so), it's usually best if we die 1st. So as paladins, taunt the boss in p3! Just make sure you don't accidentally hit the strange looking icon in any of the other phases :OAre you finding that you can keep the Off-tank high enough with just holy lights + divine lights during p1 just before you see a massacre incoming, Chase?
2-13-2011 @ 3:14PM
What?A Holy Paladin can pull thousands of dps (sustained, if speccing into Denounce). Add this to the fact that the boss is taunt immune in P3 and your comment is almost worthless :PJust to add, thinking about the mechanics (no adds, etc) is it viable to use Righteous Fury thus making the boss likely to come after you sooner in place of a dpser?
2-13-2011 @ 3:15PM
Unfortunately, the boss is immune to Taunt during P3!! Otherwise, that would rule, and I've definitely tried it a few times. I beacon the MT, our resto shaman tosses Earth Shield on him and tosses many small heals on him, while our resto druid makes sure he has HoTs. I heal up the OT with Divine Light, tossing out Shocks and WoGs as I can, while the resto druid handles most of the raid work unless there was a Massacre.A tank with avoidance won't ALWAYS get hit by both swings of Double Attack, and we've also had our warrior tank use Intervene to split the Double Attack damage as well.
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