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3-26-2011 @ 11:43PM
ill admit, i first started tanking as a pally in wrathbut now 2 of my 4 85s are my warrior and druid, both tanking mainspecAV can teach you SO much about being a tank, and can teach you the fun and crazy art of threat generation. no one goes as nuts as a bunch of PVP'ers trying to base race the opposite faction before you are all wiped out by the defendersif you are just starting out as a tank, i strongly suggest you take advantage of LFD low level dungeons are a cakewalk, esp as a warriorshield slam at 10? WHERE WAS THAT WHEN I LEVELED??????all you have to do is go up to the mob, hit him with that, and your golden...at least for a few seconds (basically until anything dies except a boss at the lower levels)the great thing about being a tank, is most of what you learn will carry over to your other tanking classes if you play them.majority of being a good tank is just situation awareness, or as Mr.Rossi put, being able to do that special kind of multi-tasking. get that down and you can play any tank out there. the only other thing i want to add is if you are going to tank, for the love of god, pls learn how to and do your research.the worst thing in the world (of warcraft) is a arms/fury warrior that is sick of the long que as dps, buys a shield and a 1hder, and thinks they are a tank.a tank is more than just being a meat-shield. tanking is a state of mind, a calling, not just something that you decide to do on a whim.
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