I finally got around to updating almost all the bosses (I haven’t seen mythic Argus yet) with details for mythic! This has been a rough winter and busy spring for me, so I’m sorry it took so long! Hope it’s still helpful. :)
Antorus Tanking Guide
Also, we’ve covered a lot of stuff on the podcast too. Here are some of the latest episodes that might be informative!
It’s still in rough draft state since some bosses don’t have a lot of information out there, but at least every one has a basic guide!
Tomb of Sargeras Tanking Guide
The tanking guide is up for normal and heroic Nighthold. As always, I’ll be updating over the next few weeks as I learn these fights, simplifying where I can, correcting what I got wrong, and filling in the “notes” tabs with talent builds and class-specific tips.
Strategies for normal and heroic Trial of Valor are all there. As always, I’ll be updating over the next few weeks as I learn these fights.
Here it is! It’s still in progress, and I need to fill out some of the heroic, mythic, and LFR info, but normal is all there. I’ll be updating over the next few weeks as I learn these fights.
My raid tanking guides for previous expansions have been pretty successful, so I wanted to expand them to dungeons for Legion. Right now they just include simple tanking strategies for normal mode, but I will expand that to heroic and mythic once I get more testing in.
I’ve been working on this guide for quite a while, and using it a lot for myself because there are a lot of bosses to keep track of and it’s easy to forget what they all do. I hope it’s helpful for those in beta, or for those who aren’t, something to keep in mind when you experience these dungeons for the first time after August 30th.
For easy reference, you can find this guide in the “Legion Beta Guides” sidebar to the left, and once the expansion releases, under “Quick and Dirty Tanking Guides”.
Are you prepared to discuss the pronunciation of “riposte” with your raid team?
For a verbal version of what one lazy tank and one very busy tank have to say about this boss fight, listen to Episode 29 of TankCast, starting at 07:15.
For a written version, read on.
Continue reading “Lazy Tank’s Guide to Mythic Iskar”
The only fight where you can carry your raid or take a nap, depending on your tanking role. If you are a true lazy tank, you know what to do.
For a verbal version of what one lazy tank and one very busy tank have to say about this boss fight, listen to Episode 28 of TankCast, starting at 08:45.
For a written version, keep reading.
Continue reading “Lazy Tank’s Guide to Mythic Socrethar”