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10-04-2007 @ 8:01AM
blessed life (imo) really has no good use in pvp. it just procs so very randomly and rarely goes off in really critical situations (i.e. when a mage pom-pyros you or osome such.)with wisdom, you at least get something that is going to be there all the time -- it's a something versus almost nothing type of min-max argument.imho, blessed life has a small amount fo virtue in pve -- it can occasionally save your life and that alone can justify it. the other consideration is having builds that are complimentary to your other guild/raid paladins.f.e. in our raids, i always do kings -- and have been for nearly 2 years now. so the other 'everyday' paladin in our guild put a point into BoW instead of BL and now he handles that buff exclusively.as for pure pve builds, you can start with something like this:http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/classes/paladin/talents.html?0550312050013053115150323130000300000000000000000000000000000000there is some room for minor adjustments based on role and playstyle -- f.e. if you don't plan to solo, melee, etc at all, there's no real reason to put the 3 points into precision. you can put those into stoicism, unyielding faith or toughness if you'd like. the holy stuff is pretty standard -- you can flip imp LoH with unyielding faith if you'd like (i did) and imp BoW and blessed life are more or less interchangeable points (see above.)puryfying power is also an acceptable point dump if you plan to solo a lot, but that's kinda going a bit into the specialty build direction.
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