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4-09-2011 @ 6:57PM
I'll add a couple other tips:Add-ons:Tidy Plates + Threat Plates =-=-=-=-=Simultaneously the best and worst tanking add-on you can have. Best because you instantly know which mob you're losing threat on, and worst because always knowing when a fight is getting out of hand means sooner or later you get to watch a trainwreck in slow motion when DPS decides to unload on the wrong targets and Shockwave is on cooldown. Still worth it, though.Specific tips, from my run today.Stonecore Heroic - Ozruk1a. When Ozruk starts casting ground slam, run straight through him. 1b. When Ozruk starts casting ground slam, run straight through him. 1c. When Ozruk starts casting ground slam, run straight through him. 1d. When Ozruk starts casting ground slam, run straight through him.1etc. When Ozruk starts casting ground slam, run straight through him.2. Your shield slam kills his shield, which magic DPS and heals need to bounce a DoT off of to avoid. Sort out how long they need to bounce their dots BEFORE the fight. You can single-handedly wipe a group by sticking to your standard rotation.3. Do not charge Ozruk after fleeing shatter. You will almost certainly overshoot and wind up behind him, which means his ground slam will be pointed at the party. They won't see it coming, and will get splattered. Run back, or heroic leap.
4-09-2011 @ 7:01PM
avoid *getting paralyzed*. Bah.
4-09-2011 @ 7:21PM
Yeah, my advice would be to not use shield slam at all during the Bulwark... some classes/specs have only very short DoTs, so they have to wait until the last 2 or 3 seconds of the Bulwark to reflect, and you just never really know what's going on with people, sometimes they forget until almost the end or whatever. Best to just leave it alone.
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