Sounds good. Don't make your damage dealers too squishy and your frontliner too defensive (menaing they can't deal any damage).
This advice is so golden: I am having a stupendously successful PotD run where my entire front-line is a "hybrid" that could do both damage and tank (honestly, all 4 melees - even the Priest - could easily tank any of the Dragons). Likewise, none of my back-line DPS is squishy either - one being a Borresaine Fighter and the other being a Moon God-like Wizard with Arcane Veil. Just powering through the content with minimal micro-management - and handled both Concelhaut and Llengrath with ridiculous ease, even though this is the first time I faced either (I skipped both in my Normal run).
Full report on my experience when I am done. I finally found a group I liked and stuck with, and it was a power-house. In both the Concelhaut and the Llengrath fights, nobody even went below 75 percent Endurance. My only knockout was when I lost both the Borresaine Fighter and the Chanter when I dropped down the spider passageway to grab Cladhaliath, and the spiders swarmed and a trap went off at the same time - and I had no time to do anything (This was the first time I went there, so I had no idea what to expect.) Otherwise, this could have easily been a no knockout run.
Edited by Lampros, 11 October 2017 - 03:22 PM.