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[Prot] Warrie-Tank having probs @ Oregorger

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Hey, 

we need some help with the orgorger fight on HC.

 

I noticed that our Warrie-Tank is taking a lot more dmg from Acidtorrent then i am.

 

He is using a Dmg-reduction CD for every AT, but he still takes about 80kish more Dmg.

 

Has anyone a few Tips so we can make it easier for our Warrie.

 

https://www.warcraftlogs.com/en/reports/tkzZhpvT2mrBNfqD#view=execution&fight=4

 

http://eu.battle.net/wow/de/character/Blackrock/B%C3%A2rliner/advanced

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As far as I can tell, there ain't much more he can do.

 

You got a pally and resto druid, you should communicate with them to use saves on your warrior when he doesn't have shield wall for acid torrent.

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I quite have the same problem, in guild we cycle cooldowns from healers on me when i dont have anything up.

Barkskin from druid, vegilance from the arms warrior in our raid team, amplify magic, hand of sacrifice and so on. all this will help the warrior tank really much.

he can use his Shield barrier to absorb damage to.

 

I use to cast shield wall on first,

the a full barrier (40rage) and demo shout on the second.

after that we fit in our healers or others cd.

 

your warrior tank could also use vegilance on the dk to help him a bit smile.png

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I quite have the same problem, in guild we cycle cooldowns from healers on me when i dont have anything up.

Barkskin from druid, vegilance from the arms warrior in our raid team, amplify magic, hand of sacrifice and so on. all this will help the warrior tank really much.

he can use his Shield barrier to absorb damage to.

 

I use to cast shield wall on first,

the a full barrier (40rage) and demo shout on the second.

after that we fit in our healers or others cd.

 

your warrior tank could also use vegilance on the dk to help him a bit smile.png

 

Just want to clarify that a full Shield Barrier is 60 rage. Make sure he's tming t so that the Barrier is going off <1s before the Acid Torrent or the DoT may eat his or her Barrier.

 

 

i dont need that vigi becouse it doesnt stack with my 40% from Rune Tap xD and i can use it on every AT

 

Yes, it does.

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