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8-05-2011 @ 8:00PM
In regards to your thinking your approach for Beth is wrong, I don't think it's that far off, at least for ten man. The past two times my group has downed her we only sent one dps up during the third part. Personally, since im healin the upstairs I find this much easier to manage so I'm not worried about one of us dropping and I'm able to save a lot of mana for the last phase. If your dps/healers can handle a longer phase 3 then more power to them. Should probably be mentioned though that the upstairs tank needs to be careful to make it up first to avoid people getting one-shotted; I've taken a second rope up but was much closer to the center and got spider to the face before the tank reached her in time.
8-06-2011 @ 3:09AM
In 10s one DPS is pretty standard to send up. Maybe two. For Beth, it all depends on this: How long can you survive phase 2? If you can manage to keep the raid alive and kill her from 100% to 0, go for it! If you are having troubles with this, send people up top to do damage. Our 10 man sends one rogue up full time and a warlock part time. The warlock goes up for just the first round, then stays down for rounds 2 and 3 to keep adds under control.
8-06-2011 @ 7:19AM
We have a warlock and spriest go up, throw up their dots, and come back down to help with adds. That way we get the best of both worlds.
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