I would say 2.5k is okay and just learn the mechanics so you can avoid the one shots. No reason for dps to sacrifice their magicka and stamina pools for greater hp
5k health will not help if you have no armor or spell resists.
But most one shots there where hitting for 3k max. So 3100 hp and at the soft cap in armor and spell resist should do the trick, but its normally about blocking\dodging at the right time.
Food gives a nice 400+ hp theses days, so always get the right food in vet dungeons.
Most oneshots are about mechanics. Many of the dungeons have certain mechanics that will oneshot anyone that doesn't do the mechanic right. So the first you should do is make sure that you were not messing up a mechanic.Tried veteran spindleclutch and kept getting one-shot. How much health do people have doing veteran dungeons? Currently my attributes are all in health and my enchants are in magicka. Should that change?
Dunno, as a (caster) dps/heals I have 0 points and 0 enchants in stam. I have something about ~1200 stam, ~1400 with purple food. It's actually enough to dodge/block most things and even keep Immovable up nonstop for certain fights(Elden Hollow, I'm looking at you) if I use potions.I'd like to turn this on it's head and correct me if you feel I'm wrong....try increasing your stamina!
Because block and roll dodge both cost stamina if you run out you can't do either which means your going to get hit for the full dmg. Get you stamina up and at least if you miss the dodge you have some to block with.