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#1 Jessamy


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Posted 31 March 2013 - 11:43 PM

Post: Blood Tanking - Actively Mitigating since before it was cool
User: lympho
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as i said there are 2 possible ways:
1. use it right after you get the first tick of the zone itself to be immune to the Slimed DoT AND the permanent debuff (what dps DKs / druids should do)

2. or stack the Slimed DoT as high as your healers can handle and use AMS shortly before it expires to also not get the permanent debuff. what lets you soak a very high amount of zones per AMS.
This means you move into a zone and do nothing till you soaked it then move to the next one and so on until you have about 3-6 stacks of the Dot. then you wait till its duration is at 1-4 seconds and use AMS. You wont get the permanent Debuff then and can start soaking the next Pools 5-15 seconds later (depends on healers) since your AMS will be ready until you have high stacks again.
(edited that part in the first post to make it easier to understand)

Thanks for clearing it up, think I'm just confusing myself.

I do it the second way to clear a few pools at once.
The first way I've tried, but I mustn't be using AMS early enough to be able to avoid the dot and debuff.

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