- Nov 17, 2012
Tanks here ? Which do you prefer ?
I'm a casual everyday player if that makes sense. I have a 110 DH Veng Tank, I play every night after I put the kids to bed and before I got to bed, so maybe playing from like 8:30PM - 10:00PM. I am Level 110 iLvl 840 only, I haven't run Mythics yet, just some Normal Raids runs as secondary Tank.
Point is, my old school Main is a 110 Paladin Tank iLvl 810 only, that I have been playing since BC days, I LOVE that guy, but to be honest, playing the Demon Hunter just feels more FUN, and the different Warglaive appearances, and play style, this Demon Hunter is just a blast to play, and puts a smile on my face. My Paladin is slowly collecting dust, as he feels boring, and jut ho hum with his simple rotation, and really no new new Paladin gear appearances I am itching to get, I already have tons of cool Mog plate gear for him.
I also have a DK Tank and Warrior Tank, both still at Level 101, I have zero interest in playing either during Legion, after having FUN with the Demon Hunter. It's a fresh new class to play, something different and I am enjoying it a lot IMO. Maybe next expansion I'll go back to my other Tanks full time.
But I will say, my Paladin Tank does feel safer and easier to play on Boss fights, and trash mobs with easy AoE and better CC for me on the Paladin Tank over the DH Tank, and when the situation gets hairy, I do feel the Pally Tank can handle the tough fights without me getting nervous and worrying, whereas the Demon Hunter, I have to be very aware and on top of my A+ Game to feel good on the boss fights. But the Paladin is so boring...
850 Prot Warrior here. I worked on a druid tank for a few levels, and it was too boring. I feel like the warrior has a few more tools to use.
I'm in the process of making the switch to fury. I'm only doing ~200k dps so I need to work on that. I did get the legendary bracers though with the 1% healing for every 10 rage used. Getting groups is the hardest. Using the premade group thing, I'll get 50 declines before I finally enter a half assed reg mythic that takes over an hour. I joined a guild the other day to start doing that stuff with mythics, but they're all obsessed with "logs" and making sure I'm hitting the right buttons at the right time. Before I can join them on a raid, they tell me I need to do a trial run to run my logs to decide if I can join them regularly. Iunno. Whatever happened to just showing up, having a good time, downing a few bosses, and not scrutinizing each player?