Quality of the video looked good! You should look into getting rid of the black area around the video though. This will most likely involve stretching the video to fill the visible area within your editor, or setting the export area when compiling, or something; but I'm sure you can remove it.
My one other comment isn't about the video, but rather about your tanking method for it. Vellynda and I started out tanking that fight the exact same way you guys did in that video, with Vellynda always being the tank with 2 lions, and myself always being the tank with 1. However, once we started on heroic stone guard, we found that changing to a single taunt strategy was both simpler and more efficient. If you'll humor me, I'll explain why we switched and try to turn you into fellow believers (muhahahaha):
Advantages of single taunt swapping:
- Less chance for error
- The lions don't gain as much energy while they are in transition between the tanks.
Disadvantage of single taunt swapping over a double swap:
- The melee have to move more.
The way single taunt swapping works is simple. If you are the tank that only has one lion, and yours is the one that starts petrifying, then you taunt the lowest energy guardian (aka the one that last exploded) off the tank with two. Rinse and repeat until dead.
The only tricky part is in the beginning. If the petrification starts on the guardian that is by itself then the tank with the single guardian has to taunt either of the lions off the other tank (both the non-petrifying lions will be at about 30 energy), and then both tanks wait until the petrifying lion is at 50 energy. At this point the tank with one lion taunts the petrifying guardian back to his side. Alternately, if you don't get bad luck and the petrification starts on one of the two lions being tanked together, then you just wait until petrifying guardian is at 50 energy and the tank with one taunts it over. In both cases the start is the ONLY time you taunt the petrifying lion. From there you just proceed with the strategy I described above, with the single guardian tank always taunting the lowest energy lion off the tank with two if his activates.
I'm not sure if the energy gain is any faster on heroic, but what I do know is random explosions on heroic are bad. In the "worst case" scenario I described above you will have two lions with 80 energy, and one with 0 if you execute the proper procedures effectively. Having only 20 energy until they explode does not leave a lot of room for mistakes or slow reaction times. But what's even worse than that, is if you use the "double" taunt strategy where the same tank always has two lions. In this case, the two lions in question will have MORE than 80 energy a piece, because as they are passing each other during taunt swaps, they will still be gaining energy. Furthermore, there's more chance for someone to taunt the wrong lion when you are doing a double taunt swap.
So basically, we found the single taunt strategy to be much more effective and our melee just have to deal with it. <3
Edited by Noree on 11/6/2012 5:10 AM PST