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    A decent pally talent tree?

    I am wondering what is a decent tanking pally tree, I think mine is good enought but i'd like to see some suggestions

    http://eu.wowarmory.com/character-sh...light&n=Maggro

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    Ah, im still on my retri tree on armory, will be updated soon

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    http://eu.wowarmory.com/talent-calc.xml?c=Paladin


    and replace that glyph of exorcism with something else glyph of SoV!! =P

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    You spec isn't terrible, a few tips:

    Divinity is useless in current content since it accounts for mostly Overhealing.
    You only need 1/2 points in Spiritual Attunement.
    5/5 Reckoning maks it proc too often- if you go with Reckoning, numbers show 3/5 is fine.
    Benediction is useless to a Prot Paladin unless you are a PvP spec.
    2 points in Imp. Judgements messes up your 969 rotation.

    This is the tanking cookie cutter spec, as it includes all talents for max TPS. The Glyph of Judgement can be moved around and changed to any of the following:
    ---> Hammer of the Righteous: If you mainly tank Heroics only.
    ---> Hand of Salvation: Wonderful if you know how and when to use it.
    ---> Righteous Defense: When you need to taunt a lot and have low hit rating (nowadays you don't need this as much).
    ---> Holy Wrath: Looks good going into ICC for snap-AoE threat.

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    swapping one talent point from heart of the crusader to improved blessing of might (in the cookie cutter spec) might not be such a bad idea, since it gives you more versatilty, especially when there are only two paladins in a group.

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lothar
    swapping one talent point from heart of the crusader to improved blessing of might (in the cookie cutter spec) might not be such a bad idea, since it gives you more versatilty, especially when there are only two paladins in a group.
    If there are only 2 Paladins, you still will hardly ever do BoM. Why?

    Prot + Holy: Prot buffs Sanc and Kings, Holy buffs BoM and Imp BoW
    Prot + Ret: Prot buffs Sanc and Kings, Ret buffs Imp BoM and BoW
    Prot1 + Prot2: Prot1 buffs Sanc and Kings, Prot2 buffs BoM and BoW

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lothar
    swapping one talent point from heart of the crusader to improved blessing of might (in the cookie cutter spec) might not be such a bad idea, since it gives you more versatilty, especially when there are only two paladins in a group.
    Considering, that this is a Cookie Cutter spec you should move points out of Conviction, because 1% personal crit <<<<<<< 1% Raid crit. This might change if you always have lots of Rets and Elemental shamans, but then you could just skip HotC completely and üick up 2/2 Judgements and 1/5 Benediction.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ronark
    This is the tanking cookie cutter spec, as it includes all talents for max TPS. The
    I'd definetely spec into Divine Guardian over Reckoning in 3.3.
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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nillo
    I'd definetely spec into Divine Guardian over Reckoning in 3.3.
    Thats why I said for max TPS :P

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    Re: A decent pally talent tree?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nillo
    Considering, that this is a Cookie Cutter spec you should move points out of Conviction, because 1% personal crit <<<<<<< 1% Raid crit. This might change if you always have lots of Rets and Elemental shamans, but then you could just skip HotC completely and üick up 2/2 Judgements and 1/5 Benediction.
    I'd definetely spec into Divine Guardian over Reckoning in 3.3.
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