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4-07-2008 @ 11:18AM
I have a few questions. I have a Blood Elf paladin, and he's specced Ret right now. He's 61, so I've got a little while to wait before I'm using ANY of these. If I end up staying Ret, and that will depend on the needs of my guild, I'm looking at the Might neck. I'm planning on going Scryer because I've got another Aldor paladin elsewhere and why make an alt that is that similar to another character?Now a short duration AP boost is great and all, but as a paladin I live for slow strikes, right? Though 10 seconds is two Crusader strikes, possibly two Judgments and a few white strikes/Seal of Blood hits so Aldor is looking pretty sweet.For the Scryers, the Arcane Strike thing is kinda cool. Another instant "melee" attack (based on Melee crit, but spell hit?) schooled as Arcane damage (Bypasses armor? Can't be parried/blocked? Can be resisted?) for 500 double on a crit is kinda nice.The real question is, can 200 AP over 10 seconds every 45 seconds beat 500 instant damage every 45 seconds? I know the Scryer proc won't be "wasted" unless it is the killing blow where the Aldor thing could proc on my last attack and have me sitting there for 9 seconds looking for something to kill.Any Blood Elf paladins out there tried the Might pendant? How does it interact with Seals? Does the Arcane Strike proc Seal of Blood? Can it proc Seal of Command? I know my grenades don't, and magic candles don't either. Those are consumables though, so you never know.
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