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4-04-2009 @ 4:23PM
Manatank,I'm assuming by your name that you play a pally tank. I am a little concerned that you may not know your class and spec as well as you think you do because of your comment: "[...]so if you overwrite someone else's judgment of wisdom then it really isn't an issue. "Protection Paladins have the Judgements of the Just talent, which puts a debuff on the target, reducing its melee attack speed by 20%. This debuff is tied to the judgement and is removed if another Paladin overwrites the judgement. So with the current set up, Prot should always be judging Justice because no one has a chance to overwrite it. Holy should be judging Wisdom because a Prot or Ret Paladin's JoL will scale better. Ret Paladins should be judging Light. This is of course if you have all three in your raid.Tom,I completely agree with you. Judgements of the JUST, Judgement of the WISE simply imply JoJ and JoW respectively. EnLIGHTened Judgements anyone? I think Blizz should rework JotJ to only be applicable if JoJ is up. Same with JotW, I think it should only cause replenishment if said Ret Paladins are using JoW. And I think JotP should give an increase to the SP coefficient that JoL receives.
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