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Thread: Netherspite's Red Beam

  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reod View Post
    We use a MT and an OT. MT does the red beam for a phase then the blue beam for a phase,
    I think you mean green beam ;p

    We do the same except we usually just let a couple of Rogues/Fury Wars take the green beam. It lowers their cost of abilities so they get to do crazy DPS.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by clavarnway View Post
    I think you mean green beam ;p

    We do the same except we usually just let a couple of Rogues/Fury Wars take the green beam. It lowers their cost of abilities so they get to do crazy DPS.
    You are correct.

  3. #23
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    I did Spite 2-3 days ago with this set up....we had a warry taking the red beam, a rogue on blue and a 2nd rogue on green...rogue 1 took blue, rogue 2 took green and MT on red on phase 1. on the other phase 1 we had a fury warry taking red and the rogue exchanged beams..so the one that had blue before was on green and the rogue on green was on blue

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    I one-tank Kara in a pug every week (4 guildies + any random ppl we know or just happen to pick up). I always put alternate myself between red and green. I put whatever we brought along as "OT" (which basically means whoever letse the skeletal ushers on the way to Opera hit them) in the red/green as well. That's either a fury warr, arms warr, or sometimes a feral druid (rarely). That leaves the guild warlock for one blue phase and either a pugged s priest (if we have one) for the other blue phase, or a mage+something to share a blue phase.

    For beam assignments, I almost always give precedence to people who have seen Spite and/or tanked a beam before over someone who has never seen it, if only because it's hard to accurately describe to someone that has never been involved in the fight.

    Daniel

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