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4-24-2008 @ 9:21PM
Me I have 2 priest, one is holy 23/38 , for PVE thats awesome, look at my specshttp://eu.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=La+Croisade+%C3%A9carlate&n=Merafor PVP that a bit hard since I does big heals Im most of the time focus and due to the 23/38 specs I can't have the Circle of Healing which is PVE useless but interesting in PVP and PVE gears for PVPing isn't enough even epixx but I don't care to farm a real PVP stuff, having enough fun with that. My shadow priest is yet lvl 60 and pvping with a few twinks,having some fun with but I prefer so far using my priest for healing, I feel like God :] dont you? ;)
4-24-2008 @ 9:50PM
I'm using that same spec, except I put points into the wand talent in discipline, purely because when soloing I end just about every fight bubbled using the wand, so that it's been 5 seconds since casting when my DOTs and wand kill the target, then I am already regenerating mana when spirit tap procs. Silence is really for PVP more, while increased crit for MB/SW:D is more useful PVE (raiding specifically, but good anytime)
4-25-2008 @ 2:04AM
CoH is not PVE useless. Not by a very very very long way.
4-25-2008 @ 2:42AM
CoH is incredibly useful, but more when you get to 25mans where you will actually it more likely that a certain group is clustered together. Also, everyone loves spirit and imp spirit, but the benefit you get from the 8% more on your GH coefficient is HUGE. Jesus holy moley is it big. I love having a 23/38 priest in my raid, but I will never be one.Anywas, I love shadow. But considering I am a raiding priest, and have already gotten my WM and PM sets (as well as the craftable boots out of TK), I can't put myself to respeccing shadow and wasting all that wonderful gear. I have decided though, that as soon as WotlK launches, my baby is going shadow all the way and never lookin back.
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