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2-24-2009 @ 7:46PM
I don't know about anyone else, but my Pally can afford to eat 10% of his threat now and then, especially in an emergency. Even against people doing 3k dps I don't have a problem staying ahead of them by a good bit (and it'll be even easier now that all mana concerns are gone so I never have to use Seal of Wisdom).
2-24-2009 @ 7:56PM
^ This.If this makes it live I have every intention of actually using that 30-40% threat margin to salv myself.
2-24-2009 @ 8:01PM
It's a bit harder when struggling against mages and hunters with a 5k tps output. I would use this as an OT on Kel, that's all.
2-24-2009 @ 9:42PM
Well, on a solo boss you aren't going to need it for a the first while. During that time you can use everything you have to up threat a ton (and our threat on Kel is going to go up a lot, since we won't have mana issues with him anymore -- I've always had to use Seal of Wisdom because he doesn't do a lot of damage nor a lot of physical attacks on the tank).Actually, all that is beside the point. A bit before the adds come out on Kel (or the right time for any boss), you have those 5k dps classes wipe their aggro. (There's also the option of Hand of Salvation being used by other pallies on them to lower their threat when you use it). Overall, there are quite a few options and all of them are easy.
2-25-2009 @ 12:18PM
I cannot stand prot paladins that tank with Seal of Wisdom on. On live, while tanking you should be using Seal of Vengence and Blessing of Sanctuary. I have run with paladins that use Wisdom/Kings, it is terrible. With the change to Divine Plea this is going to make even more sense.
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