This was a very entertaining fight. We found that prot warriors on non focused target healers was extremely useful and that prot warriors could also tank/kite/stun/silence the dk, paladin, and warrior with a fair amount of efficiency. I started off on the holy priest, interrupting, stunning, and silencing while the rest of my raid dps focused the Druid. Once the druid target had been downed, the raid then prioritized the holy priest at which point I moved to the paladin, employing every trick in my tool bag. For the paladin, I would acquire as much of his focus as I could pulling him to the complete opposite side of the arena with taunt. I would then hamstring/bash the paladin and eventually lose focus. The paladin would slowly make his way back to the raid at which point I would use charge/intercept/intervene/conc/sw to attempt to slow him down until the taunt dr was cleared. After the taunt immunity was cleared, I would start the cycle up again. Some observations relating to controlling the paladin:
Hope this helps!
- Spell reflect is amazing. This should always be on cool down. If it is not, you are wrong.
- The farther away from the group the paladin got, the more attention he paid to me and less to other targets. At one point, he seemed to stick to me until a fellow raider was feared back to me.
- PvP trinket. Have it.
Execute for show, tank for dough.