A Warrior Tank in Progress
I posted maybe a month ago or so seeking a little guidance as a new warrior tank. And man was it helpful. I am now able to tank successfully in ICC-10. I have tanked 7 bosses with alot of help from some friends during the encounter. We wiped twice on Prof. Putri and then went and 2 shotted Dreamwalker. I walked out with a ton of awesome loot since I was the only warrior tank it was an awesome nite.
I have made a few modifications to my spec and hopefully have chanted and gemmed correctly. I am seeking a lil more guidance as to what I can do to make this toon even better. I feel I'm a bit stuck and don't know which way to go.
I'm pretty sure the next piece of gear I will buy with the frosts will be the gloves for tanking but not positive. Any other suggestions regarding, gear purchases, spec, gems or otherwise will be greatly appreciated.
I've learned alot from reading many of the posts and would like to say thanks to all who have helped along the way.
Lets see what we can do.
Replace ick's the avoidance is a waste in ICC and there are two options available to you for pure stam (meaning they can be used for every fight as magic fights cant use glyph of indomitably)
Necklace there is one from heroics try for it every day is my recommendation
It is a personal thing blade wards up time is subpar and blood draining has saved me from many a big hit and is guaranteed (even when blade ward procs you are still at the mercy of background dicerolls)
Run 25 man ToC for another trophy just pug it out or see if there is a GDKP run and buy it. Just upgrade them ( i can tell you are looking to keep your two piece till you can get another tier 10)
Everything else is in order that 24 stam gem is a nitpick others will point out all day
Well I got lucky yesterday and got the blackheart yesterday on my 2nd attempt at reg ToC. I am still working on the neck piece. I also replace my shoulders with the 245 Triumph ones yesterday too and have them gemmed properly. I'm sitting at 41k hp unbuffed... roughly that is.
Any other advice out there? Thanks for the help.