Ivlarshall

Heresy time!

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So, there is a question, did anybody try to complete mythics and mythics+ with five tank party. Just for a minute forget about common sense. Just interested in facts.

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I know Hunters did something similar in Mists of Pandaria, twice.  Once doing 25 Hunters vs Tier 14 Normal (Mogu'shan Vaults, Terrace of Endless Springs, and Heart of Fear) and the other completing Tier 14 Heroic, 11/13 Heroic Throne of Thunder (T15), and 13/14 Flex (now Normal) Siege of Orgrimmar (T16).  There was also a Death Knights vs Archimonde (Normal, I think) in Warlords of Draenor.  I don't think anything of the such has happened so far in Legion, though.

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It's definitely possible, I wonder what the best setup would be. I would assume Warrior as the MT, Druid as the adds/trash tank, Paladin for healing, DH for stuns and then one extra?

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46 minutes ago, Blainie said:

It's definitely possible, I wonder what the best setup would be. I would assume Warrior as the MT, Druid as the adds/trash tank, Paladin for healing, DH for stuns and then one extra?

Brewmaster as emergency tank and corner-monking shenanigans.

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14 hours ago, Blainie said:

It's definitely possible, I wonder what the best setup would be. I would assume Warrior as the MT, Druid as the adds/trash tank, Paladin for healing, DH for stuns and then one extra?

DH tank has only one singletarget stun (and this is even a talent).

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