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    How to down Faction Champs in Heroic 10 man

    Okay our 10 Man is doing 10 man Heroic ToC we got all the way to the Factions Champs and we got Pally, Warlock, Shammy, Shadow priest, Warrior,and druid healer yes we don't know to really run this fight with our combo which is Pally healer, Holy Priest, Healing druid, Warrior tank, Pally Tank, 2 dks,mage, and druid dps what would ya recommend

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    Is the Paladin or Shaman a healer?

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    You're going to have to take out a healer first. Since you don't have heroism/bloodlust your most effective interrupting will be on the kill target that is likely being beat on by the two DKs.

    If the healers are Druid and Shaman, kill the shaman first and clean up the totems. If the healers are Druid and Paladin, kill the druid first since the paladin would be easier to have someone like the prot warrior try to lock down. If your druid is a balance druid they should have their focus set to the second healer target for cycloning when the whenever the kill target is close to death. Whichever healer is left alive would then be your last kill target.

    DKs should probably set a focus for off-target interupting on the warlock since hellfire in combination with the warriors whirlwind can be quite a pain. The main hurdle is getting the first dps dead after one of the healers. If the Shaman was a dps, it is automatically your next highest priority to kill because of the totems. Healing Stream totem even from the enhancement shaman still does like 10,000+ HPS. If the shaman was a healer and as a result the first kill target, your second kill would probably fall either the warrior or the warlock since both of those have area of affect attacks which cause problems for melee.

    If I were to guess, I'd say you would go for one of these two orders.


    If shaman is healer...
    1. Shaman (Totems)
    2. Warrior and Warlock (AoE dps)
    3. Warlock Pet (Interrupts)
    4. Paladin
    5. Shadow Priest
    6. Druid

    If Paladin is a healer...
    1. Druid
    2. Shaman (Totems)
    3. Warrior and Warlock (AoE dps)
    4. Warlock Pet (Interrupts)
    5. Shadow Priest
    6. Paladin
    Shaman is higher priority than the AoE dps because of the totems passive benefit and healing.
    AoE dps is next priority cause of your melee comp it will cause significant damage for your group and should be taken out before other dps.
    The pet is next cause of the interupting on your healers.
    Last we have the single target dps and the final healer.

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    Your holy priest if s/he has a discipline spec may want to switch to it for this fight for talented mass dispell. Removing debuffs off your group and in a manor that wouldn't have Unstable Afliction side effects is helpful but also necessary to be able to remove heroism/bloodlust off the faction champions and clense any hand of protection that shows up on the kill target (since the paladin is a low priority to kill as either a dps or healer).

    Typically abilities like hand of protection and the discipline priest running in and fear bombing melee (not the case with the shadow priest) tends to be arouond 15% health remaining. When the mob is around 10% is when the druid should try to cyclone the healer that is being saved until the end.

    If either of your death knights are unholy, their ghoul should be sent after the warlock pet since healing priority is determined by absolute health a pet with minor damage distracts the second healer periodically from healing your kill target.

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