[25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

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Re: [25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

Postby Leuthas » Fri Jul 10, 2009 8:10 pm

I solo tanked Patchwerk in 10-man, with two healers. Fully buffed I was at aroun 38k hp, and I don't think I was quite at 102.4% at the time. It went pretty smoothly, both healers were Naxx10/225 gear mix. We had no melee dps, but a lot of new caster dps, because of the low dps Patch enraged at 6%, though I was able to Divine Shield and keep him on me until he died.

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Re: [25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

Postby amh » Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:52 pm

I was thinking about 25man, and just for laughs. Guess it would be something like XT hard-mode on speed?
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Re: [25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

Postby Leuthas » Sat Jul 11, 2009 3:56 pm

amh wrote:I was thinking about 25man, and just for laughs. Guess it would be something like XT hard-mode on speed?

I don't think any tank could stand up to x3 hatefuls and regular melee, the damage taken all at once would not be healable (can't heal faceplanted tank).
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Re: [25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

Postby amh » Sat Jul 11, 2009 4:24 pm

It wouldn't be all at once, though. Hatefuls are on a timer, so I think it would be melee - hateful - melee - hateful - ....

Would be fun to try, but I don't envy whoever has to set up a raid-group entirely without melee.
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Re: [25] Patchwerk...post 3.1

Postby Leuthas » Sat Jul 11, 2009 4:36 pm

amh wrote:It wouldn't be all at once, though. Hatefuls are on a timer, so I think it would be melee - hateful - melee - hateful - ....

Would be fun to try, but I don't envy whoever has to set up a raid-group entirely without melee.

Especially a 25man with no melee.

I've noticed that the regular melee and hatefuls on patchwerk don't coordinate in timing, so they will end up hitting all in a very small time frame. If I take normal melee then two hatefulls immediately afterwards, I'd die - maybe 3.2 AD would save me though. Could go with a tactic like my pre-BC guild did in Naxx and AQ40, where we stacked healers on each tank for certain fights, you never know, maybe 6-8 healers could do it. I'd say 3 FoL spamming Pallies, two HL spamming Pallies with a Druid for HoTs. :mrgreen: Five Paladins other than myself could chain cast Divine Sac, Hand of Sac and such.

I've been wanting to get 25 excellent raiders to do Naxx25 in questing gear. :twisted:
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