Post by InfernoMan
Just spec ur feral and Dire bear will do the rest 4 u.
That's a bit vague and misleading. Here's what I suggest:
First, if you would like for gear and spec, I have my druids armory link in my profile, feel free to check it out. Right now I have him logged out in his tanking gear (logged after getting done with heroic UB last night) By no means do I have the best gear in the game, but it is very good for tanking any 5 man instance, most heroics, and maybe even kara.
There is a few accepted builds for feral tanking, and for tips on those there are lots of other threads on this forum discussing those, so not going to go into that.
For things you must always do as a tank, once you get past lvl 66, is LACERATE LACERATE LACERATE........ did I mention Lacerate? That is the #1 aggro holding ability that a druid has, so just spam the hell out of it (single mob tanking that is) My normal tanking rotation is: Enrage, click off debuff, pull with fairie fire, mangle, lacerate till mangle CD is up, throw in a demo roar, mangle, repeat. Just make sure you keep the lacerates up and mangle when it is off CD. Don't use maul, unless the mob is almost dead, as it will quickly use up your built up rage, or you can catch a Omen of Clarity clearcast proc. Multiple mobs gets a bit tricky, but for two, use the same as above, just throw a few lacerates on the second mob from time to time to keep above the healers threat. I use a mouseover lacerate macro for that:
/cast really easy to write and easy to use. It lets you mouseover a nearby mob and put a lacerate on them with out switching your target back and forth, and will put lacerates on your target if your mouse isn't on another mob or if t might be on a team mate that is near you.
Also, do some reading on the various info websites, such as:
Druid Wiki: http://druid.wikispaces.com/
and also alot of the threads in this forum
Hope this info helps and good luck with the tanking druid.