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    Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Hey, this is my current disc 2v2 spec
    http://talent.mmo-champion.com/?priest=&version=9868#
    i was wondering if martyrdom is better then imp fort or if i should take 2 points out of somewhere else??

    let me know what you guys think.

    Thanks.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    looks like you linked to a blank spec. that or its messed up for me.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Nope, it's very blank.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    really no reason for matrydom unless you are in pvp. so i would leave them in fort.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Quote Originally Posted by Kuismar
    really no reason for matrydom unless you are in pvp. so i would leave them in fort.
    Quote Originally Posted by Vanq
    Hey, this is my current disc 2v2 spec
    I think he's talking about PvP.

    And many PvP Disc specs pick up both by either not taking Divine Aegis, or cutting back on the Holy investment to five points or so.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    I would actually take the points out of Imp. Mana Burn, place them into Reflective Shield (That's good in 2v2... whether people wanna believe it or not... reflecting 45% of the damage your shield absorbs is quite a massive damage burst.

    Take the point out of blessed recovery and put it in Matyrdom...

    Then remove one from fort and put in there if you want, but I think 50% chance is good enough.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Quote Originally Posted by Myzou
    I would actually take the points out of Imp. Mana Burn...
    Do not do that.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    I have retired PvPing since WoTLK come out, but if things are still as they were, imp Fort would be a waste of points in PvP (hi, dispel)

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Quote Originally Posted by Qualia
    I have retired PvPing since WoTLK come out, but if things are still as they were, imp Fort would be a waste of points in PvP (hi, dispel)
    No one dispels anymore... to busy pew pew. It is nothing but burst these days really.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    Quote Originally Posted by Myzou
    I would actually take the points out of Imp. Mana Burn
    L. A. W. L.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    In PVP gear for Disc, I use Salvation/Mooncloth because I need that extra regen. Holy Spec is a waste of points, which would be better spent in Spell Warding. Reflective Shield is incredible, a must have and enlightenment is nice as well. Since the gear that allows you to be casting in those long fights doesn't have a lot of crit, I drop DA, and I drop Grace because it doesn't reduce damage anymore. If my partner needs spam heals, then I need to use Pain Suppression and save mana. PWF isn't as stupid as it was pre-talent change, since now it increases your total stam by 4%. I've found that 1 point in renewed hope is all that is necessary, since I am maintaining a shield on my partner and I, so 50% is sufficient to maintain that buff.

    To recap, this is the build I use:
    http://talent.mmo-champion.com/?prie...0&version=9868

    @Myzou: Clearly you've never faced a rogue/priest mirror where their rogue is busy looking for your rogue, and so it's down to priest duel and having impManaBurn with Power infusion has won the game several times.

    And whoever said people don't dispel: Puh-lease.

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    Re: Martyrdom Vs Imp Fort

    I drop Grace because it doesn't reduce damage anymore.
    I would like to see high ranked arena priests without Grace.

    9% healing to your target is huge.

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