We 2 shotted this at 10 man. Perhaps we were lucky. This is how it went (or how I remember it)
We faced a setup with a hunter, deathknight, warrior, shaman, paladin, mage. We started with me rushing in and fearing the mobs. After that we cc'ed the paladin and the mage. We had me interupting the hell out of the shaman as we burnt him to 10% he still got the bubble. This was where stuff looked dicey and we started losing 1-2 people. We managed to get cc up again and did the same this time burning the shaman. after that we took out the mage (spellreflect is very good on this fight). More dicy moments ensured and we did gradually lose people (poor clothies). It was quite healing intense from what I gather and it just once more proves how wonderful it is to have a healsquad with an aggressive 'free for all' healing style.
Prot warrior comments:
Most fun I've had in a while. There was so much to interupt, stun reflect, charge hamstring. Basically I ran around with 4 piece T8 and as much block value as I could muster. TBH I think I would have done just as well with my normal tank kit. This fight is chaotic and I think part of our succes was decisive focussed fire. If you let the damage get spread they will heal up. Either way, as a protection warrior you are far from useless! Shockwave, shield bash and intervene were my absolute favourites to use there - better start practicing those key bindings.
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