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4-04-2009 @ 2:18PM
I've had the opposite problem. I've had to take every single new holy paladin in my guild aside and explain to them why they shouldn't be casting judgment of light. I had one holy paladin refuse to change because he was, "trying to win the meters." He isn't in the guild anymore.I'm very thankful for this article finally getting this information out there. Also, why does it seem that a lot of holy paladins can perform fairly well with very little understanding of their class? Is it really just the easiest healing class?As for all of these comments about judging justice... Personally, I say ret judges light, and all other paladins judge wisdom. Sure they don't stack, but they also don't scale (so any paladin's judgment of wisdom is equal), so if you overwrite someone else's judgment of wisdom then it really isn't an issue. This also helps increase the up time of the given judgments.
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