I have killed WOTE as a healer twice before with another guild, but since i was healing I didn't pay that much attention to the soaking, except I know there was a lot less healing to do than what's happening right now in my guild.
Right now our issue seems to be add control, sometimes people time their stuff not properly and die, so if anyone has some pointers that would help us do this fight better (we are 5/6H MSV and 3/6H HOF, so the group know what they are doing).
We decided to do this with our new rogue recruit to make it easier, but seems like keeping adds under control is the issue there.
Tanks: Paladin, Druid
Melee: Rogue, Death Knight
Ranged: Mage, Warlock, Druid, Shaman (Resto MS)
Healers: Priest (Disc), Monk (me)
Bench: Hunter, Holy Paladin
Usually we use the DK to tank the strength, the rogue soaks all he can, the mage soak Courages, we use both knockbacks to keep adds away from middle, our boomkin use symbiosis to get cloak of shadows as a backup soaker, or as a monk I can soak if it's really necessary.
Logs from last night: http://www.worldoflogs.com/reports/rt-lfvjjwuf734oj8oj/
Consider the tries with the hunter out.
From what I got, the rogue should be able to time his stuff so he can soak all the rages and strength, it doesn't seem to always be the case. Could be a dps issue on the adds, or lack of keeping them together well. We had multiple soakers at the beginning, but healers had mana issues before the first burn phase which was ridiculous.. maybe our rogue doesn't do it right?
Anyways, any tips would be very useful.