[DK, DK, Druid] Where can a 3 person team instance at 58?

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[DK, DK, Druid] Where can a 3 person team instance at 58?

Postby Jessic » Thu Oct 01, 2009 11:45 am

So two death knights and a druid walk into a... oh wait that sounds like a bad joke.

A couple of my friends want to start up a new WoW group with me. They made Death Knights and I pulled my Druid out of early retirement. We're all level 58 now, the DK's are out of the starting zone, and we're looking for some fun.

I'm sure we could blaze through the quests in Hellfire Peninsula, but we want more of a challenge, so we're looking for a good instance.
Where should we start?
Remember there's only 3 of us...

My Druid is spec'd for Restoration, and the two DKs are Frost and Unholy respectfully.

Also, if anyone has any tips on how to heal for a couple of crazy death knights, I'd love to hear it.
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Re: [DK, DK, Druid] Where can a 3 person team instance at 58?

Postby Shoju » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:13 am

Ramps. When you get done in ramps go to BF.

It will be a riproaring good time. I promise. They don't even need tank specs Have one of them 'tank' and the other DPS.


If 5 DK's can plow through all of Outland, I would assume 2 smart DK's + a smart healer can do it as well. The only places that you might have problems would be........

Underbog - Be smart about pulling
Mana Tombs - Tavarok could be problematic if you can't kill him fast enough. Healer might go OOM, Though Smart use of FP + Taunts could make the stun silly easy
Old Hillsbrad - The Thrall Escort Event

Other than that, a smart 3 man team should be able to clear EVERY TBC instance, Even MGT (at 70) if you felt the need.
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