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9-22-2011 @ 4:26PM
this is actually pretty useful. i broke with my old guild a while back over leadership issues, and while i'm on the list for people to get invited, work schedule doesn't always mean i'm going to go(the fact that i'm notched as a 'standby' probably counts towards that. guildies first was part of their mantra, and it makes sense).i've been thinking about tagging along on a firelands run or two if i can swing it, working with some of the people i know on-server, but getting that foot in the door is, as you said, hard. most guilds with established teams have already got tanks in place.ilevel 360 should serve me in decent stead in the firelands as a tank, right?(one troll item, two heroic-grade items(shoulder/head), and a mix of T11, 12, and firelands rewards)toughest part is knowing the fights, i imagine. and getting your foot in the door.
9-22-2011 @ 5:21PM
Depends how it's itemised. If you're a stam-stacking paladin then no. If you're itemised/reforged correctly you'll be fine; I was tanking last night in an alt raid with ilevel 349 on my paladin, which was barely enough. A really good player could pull it off better than me I think, I hadn't tanked in a while.
9-22-2011 @ 5:34PM
Katherine:avoidance/mastery DK. main tank might be a little ambitious to aim for at first, but i could probably rock an off-tank spot. thanks for the info.
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