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self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby daemonym » Sun Jul 26, 2009 11:17 pm

as per the title, trying to come up with a spec that has high threat and can bring everything they can assuming a buff might not be covered every raid. here's what i'm looking at:

http://ptr.wowhead.com/?talent#sVZV0tA0uGusIufdxRr

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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Gamingdevil » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:28 am

I'd rather take full Heart of the Crusader than full Imp BoM.

You could drop a point in Reckoning and drop SotP to go back to 18 in ret (Crusade will be superior again in the Coliseum) so you can get both.
Or just drop the point in Reckoning for 3/3 HotC.
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby daemonym » Mon Jul 27, 2009 2:57 am

Gamingdevil wrote:(Crusade will be superior again in the Coliseum)


how so? all the mobs match up?
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Gamingdevil » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:02 am

daemonym wrote:
Gamingdevil wrote:(Crusade will be superior again in the Coliseum)


how so? all the mobs match up?


Most of them do, just one part is beasts.
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Solare » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:50 am

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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Braundo » Mon Jul 27, 2009 9:08 am

Solare wrote:


Fix'd

...1 point in JotJ?
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Solare » Mon Jul 27, 2009 3:24 pm

Braundo wrote:...1 point in JotJ?

Bah! Must have happened when I was shifting points around. 2/2 SA vs 1/2 JotJ is a no brainer that it's wrong.
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Venoseth » Mon Jul 27, 2009 6:57 pm

Solare wrote:


Fix'd


Yes, this is the spec I'll be running once 3.2 goes live (barring any other big changes to SoV or the like)
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Solare » Wed Jul 29, 2009 8:53 am

Although, to be fair, the MAX threat build is going to have: 3/5 Reckoning and 5/5 Conviction + 3/3 Crusade. Whereas what I linked before is a solid Utility build with 2/2 Divine Guardian, 2/2 Vindication, and 2/2 Pursuit of Justice. I dunno, I guess Divinity could be considered Utility, too, but it's just not strong enough for me to give up Crusade for it.
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Re: self sufficient 3.2 spec

Postby Senador » Wed Jul 29, 2009 10:00 am

Thats close to the build I have been looking at, with 2 differences.

I felt that maxing out Improved BoM was better than a single point in Conviction for the 1% crit, as it allows you to provide the full buff. It also allows you to synergize better with the Ret in which you can now both have the two blessings you really want without losing anything (Sanc/Kings for you, Might/Kings for them). Also, when without another Paladin with it, or a Warrior to provide it, it still gives your raid (Especially in 10 mans) the full benefit of the improved AP, in an effort to be self sufficient, especially if I find myself as the only Paladin (Again, mostly 10 man).

Also, while I have Divine Sac, I also have 2 points in Improved Hammer of Justice, instead of DG. I find that even in Ulduar, it has a use on all fights except Hodir and Flame Leviathan (Ignis Adds, Razorscale Adds, XT Adds, Kologarn Adds, Brundir, Feral Defender, Freya Adds, Mimiron Adds, Thorim Adds, Emergency interupt on Vezax, Corrupter Tenticles and Interupt on Yogg).
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