To the 15k hydross crit with defence capped, it's not possible, provide a screenshot or a WWS AND prove that you never sat.
That's what i said, can't get any WWS/SS atm and yes i know its silly if i cant get you prove like SS/WWS. Im 100% sure i had def cap i couldnt sit because i dont have this button binded anymore (!). Belive me, i wouldnt be asking if i didnt have def cap/could sit. Maybe its not showing correct amount of def rating, maybe there is something there..
Something tells me that Blizzard's character pane is rounding something somewhere. Perhaps this is the root of our problems?
The character pane has never been 100% reliable, just the other day I had 289 resilience, and regemmed some of my gear for an extra +11 resilience (+8 gem, +3 from socket bonus). After all was said and done, I ended up with 310 resilience on my character pane for whatever reason. The next day I checked again and I had the expected 300 resilience.
I would suggest that if you really want to ensure something as important as crit immunity, that you add up the numbers on your gear yourself and make sure that they are accurate.
While not specifically announced anywhere, it was included in the 2.1.0 patch; mostly as a fix for Paladin tanking. It's really quite nice, not only do I generally speaking not have to worry about getting dazed when doing bombing in Skettis, I even end up blocking quite a large amount of the attacks by the Monstrous Kaliri!
We still have the rumour that you can not ever be 100% crit immune. I'm not sure I believe that, but I have seen some wierd screenshots from people trying to prove this, such as a lvl 70 warrior doing stockades getting crit by a lvl 20ish mob. I'll see if I can dig that one up.
My guess would be that crits may stem from some rounding error in the character pane. Or perhaps there is always an extremely minute chance that you will be critted. As your defense goes up, that chance goes down. But it still exists, no matter how many zeros follow a decimal place.
It's entirely possible that mobs with random secondary targeted abilities could have a rare chance to have their swing timer line up with abilities targeted on another player, so it does the roll vs the current target's stats, then turns and applies that roll to the tank.
However, you would need a very extensive sample size of detailed combat logs to try and determine this, and even then you would be dealing with client latency when writing the combat log.
That's a very similar picture to the first picture in this thread, which seems to have expired now.
Those packs MC, a druid probably got MC and gave the mobs LotP and caused you to be crit- it's pretty common on that pack.
I was not sitting. My sitting buttons are no where near my tanking buttons and is actually a combination of 2 buttons I never use while tanking.
You're too close to the cap to make a conclusive decision about this since it could be a rounding error. People need to start providing their defense rating and not just linking their character panels.