I will give you a bit of background on how we do the fight. Blade Lord NM is the boss.
Set markers around the room, for pointers to people to stack in and for tanks to move. Start with BL. Starting from the right corridor of boss room (from the entrance). Take couple of unseen strikes there, then move to next marker, after one or 2 there, move to next and so on. Ranged and healers stay near the walls (or try to) out of the middle. When unseen strike comes we try to stack on the marker set.
2 tank and 3 heal the fight. We cannot do this with 2 healers as all of our healers are OOM or close to it, when there is still some % to go to p2.
Our reasons for wiping, improper stacking, one of the tank dieing, enrage. Everything else, but the tank dieing we are working on fixing. Which leads me to my questions:
1) Why does our paladin tank die even when he has just one overwhelming assault stack or just right when he gets hit with the second overwhelming assault. As he has higher HP than me. If I get my second stack w/o any def. CD on, it brings me to around 10% HP and doesn't kill me, while it tends to one-shot the paladin. What is the difference in our survival? He starts the fight and tends to get more overwhelming assaults in, specially as the fight progresses as the damage increases, but I do tank it later on as well, but I stay alive.
2) How to properly tank and place the boss. Our paladin is good at those things and well he is trying to make me (blonde as I am) try to understand on how the Unseen Strike hit. He said that markers are a good indication on how to make the Unseen Strike throw people at the right place. Boss i tanked so that he is "behind the marker" facing away from it, closer to the tornadoes. When the Unseen Strike is coming. People move to the marker, tank heads for marker as well, and people end up flying away from tornadoes.
And the bosses is moved after 1-2 Unseen strikes to new location (depending on how well are the tornadoes placed).
Once in a while the other tank takes the boss to X-alcove to position it better so the Unseen Strike location will be more controlled. Lets say tornadoes are behind the marker, some to the side, he drags him to an alcove, positions him there, though to me it seems as he is dragging boss to a bad place, keeping him maybe too close to other tornadoes. I just don't get that part, why does he do so, I don't get his fancy explanation (call me a bad tank or idiot, I don't mind).
How should moving be handled?
3) We stack on the person who gets the Unseen Strike, but occasionally it doesn't hit all the stacked people, hits all of the stacked people, but half won't be tossed away. What goes wrong there?
Well, by now you are probably curled up on a floor laughing on how people can fail, but would be really nice if you'd try to give some advice.