Hey all, appreciate the help in advance.
We spent a bit of time on Amber Shaper 10m last week, still having people get the feel for being in construct, hoping to down it tomorrow night.
I had an idea for the fight, and I was curious for some feedback to see if its doable and/or overly complicated for the fight. I'm slightly worried about over thinking a fight that might not require it.
First off, our comp:
Tanks - Guardian Druid, Prot Warr
Heals - Holy Pally, Resto Sham, Disc Priest/Resto Druid (both have a dps OS though the priest has a much better one)
DPS - Ret Pally (me), Aff lock, Mage, Hunter, Rogue
For living ambers, we have been just letting lock dot them up and then focus on boss/monstrosity/transformed people as needed. We could attempt to have more ranged dps handle these when there isn't a high priority target up. In phase 1, we let each tank eat one pool, this allows them to keep the debuff on the boss stacking, as opposed to falling off in between. It allowed us to speed through p1 much faster at the cost of eating 2 of the pools.
For phase 2 (and this is the possibly overly complex part), I was considering having the first person who gets transformed stay transformed for the rest of the fight. His job would be to alternate stacking the debuff on boss/monstrosity while interrupting himself. When other people get transformed, we break them out as usual in this phase. The new person transformed is responsible for interrupting the monstrosity explosion, as well as putting more stacks on boss/monstrosity. The permanent construct would assist in dps on the new construct. This would allow for constructs broken out early, as we have debuff stacks on them plus the dps from our permanent construct. Additionally, we would have a ton of stacks of debuff on boss for phase 3 as they've been stacking since the beginning of the fight.
Is this plan too complex? Are we better off just doing it as simply as possible?
Thanks in advance.
WoL is available on server - Suramar, guild name is fear. Thanks