Hey fellow meatshields, long (loooong) time browser, first time poster
here. I am the Main tank of my guild, and we are starting ten man Naxx.
Now I try to keep as current and up to date on tanking as I can given my
hectic life, and get deep into the theory, and math of it. I been playing
since launch day and have been a tank for about 3 1/2 years now. I have
tanked just about everything (including old world naxx) except some
endgame in BC (life took a bad turn and was not getting as much play as I
used to). I come here looking for some advice because we seem to be
having an aweful, and I mean AWEFUL time getting naxx started (getting
our asses handed to us). I want to make sure that I can look at other
reasons for why we are having such a hard time than where my, or my
OT's gear is at. First, I know that I need to change my weapon enchant, I
will be doing that asap, no worries there. Thanks in advance for any
Your gear looks fine to me, its similar to our warrior tanks' gear when starting 10 man naxx.
By design, the instance is very easy & very forgiving of raiding newcomers, so with all your raiding experience, you should look for issues in places that are not related to your gear, at least. Tbh, I think you'd have to make deliberately perverted gear choices, to level to 80 and not have the right gear to start naxx.
Thanks for the reply, I pretty much know what the problem is, and why we are having
a hard time, but I just needed a little confirmation that it was not gear related on my
end because, as always, there are those people that want to blame the tanks for
everything. I agree though one would have to make some pretty deliberate unorthadox
gear choices, or at least not even have a clue about what they are doing to not be ready to start tanking in Naxx
It's not gear related for you at all. We started Naxx 2 weeks ago and cleared the first 3 wings with me MTing. I only had 22k health and 21k armor unbuffed. We had some abyssmal dps with us(the lowest was 1300), but most of the fights are more about co-ordination and knowing what to do, than gear checks.