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    Soulwalker
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    Default High end / Raid MT

    Greetings,

    Can anyone please tell if Justicars and Riftstalkers could be a Raid MT doing the same job without sacrifice the healers?
    If yes, I don't see the point to be a Warrior Tank.

    Regards,

    Arammis

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    Rift Disciple
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    Riftstalker is, in my experience, the preferable choice for MTing as so many bosses do large amounts of magic damage. This may change in 1.1 with some of the tank stuff, but we'll see. I'm doing some testing this evening


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    Telaran
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    Clerics+Rogue tanks have better single target tanking ability but very little aoe aggro, as such they make nice boss tanks but not so good for add gathering

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    Champion of Telara Fiasco3's Avatar
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    Greetings,

    Can anyone please tell if Warriors and Riftstalkers could be a Raid MT doing the same job without sacrifice the healers?
    If yes, I don't see the point to be a Cleric Tank.

    Regards,

    Fiasco

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    Shield of Telara idefiler6's Avatar
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    Paladin/VK/Warlord

    Flat 29% spell damage reduction? Check.
    70% bonus armor? Check. (read, in the range of 14-16k depending on gear and buffs, talking high 60's as far as physical damage mitigated)
    Avoidance and heavy block? Check.

    OP is either dense or spends too much time reading the QQ threads here. Or both. Single target and AOE threat are (are you listening yet?) easy. Press your buttons correctly and enjoy your /faceroll threat.
    Kalistrasz
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