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2-17-2012 @ 7:48AM
No more AoE taunts?...I'm afraid. I'm very, very afraid.
2-17-2012 @ 8:42AM
I tank on a bear. I can't remember the last time I used challenging roar. It won't affect us tanks much I think. That new streaming taunt banner sounds intriguing.
2-17-2012 @ 8:45AM
Uhoh... DPS are gonna have to hit the same thing as the tank? Say it ain't so.
2-17-2012 @ 11:27AM
HAH! Welcome to the life of a paladin! (While our version of the aoe taunt is nice, I've always been jealous of Challenging Shout / Roar, granted, this was back in wrath)
2-17-2012 @ 3:17PM
I, too, main a bear. And while I don't use it often, it's just so much easier than having to sit there and figure out what's hitting the guy who stole aggro. I just smash Challenging Roar and everything is on me. And since I -don't- use it often, it's always vailable for situations like that. Or when I stop hitting Target A for a second to taunt Target B, so DPS2 gets aggro from Target A.I'll reserve judgement for now, since not only have I not played with MOP talents, but it's smething they're admittedly only "testing". But my gut instinct is "...crud."
2-18-2012 @ 10:36PM
Yeah, this was the exact opposite of what I was asking for. I was hoping for a big bubble of taunt, to avoid the stuff running all nilly willy all over the place.And congrats if you can identify what, exactly, the tank it attacking. If there's three or four baddies attacking the tank at the same time, how, pray tell, do YOU know which to target? It'd be nice of there was a floating symbol automatically placed on top of whoever that might be.
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