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10-02-2009 @ 6:05PM
I think Blizz has run out of things to do with Paladins in Wrath. They've already made a gazillion and one major changes from beta to the latest patch, if the change anything more before Cataclysm our heads would explode.About the only thing I can see them doing is removing Seal of Righteousness as well, since no-one seems to use it anymore.
10-02-2009 @ 7:30PM
have you tried using SoR while grinding? up-front instant damage is way faster than waiting for 5 stacks to proc when the mob's gonna be dead after like 2 procs anyways.
10-02-2009 @ 7:39PM
Seal of Righteousness is the only seal available to low level and mid-level-non-retribution-spec players. Removing it would be all kinds of stupid. I too was surprised at the definite lack of a Paladin entry on the list of class changes. I'm surprised to say I'd gotten kind of used to a major class mechanics overhaul every major patch. Maybe they'll finally leave us alone? We're pretty well balanced atm, relatively speaking.
10-03-2009 @ 2:07PM
I use Seal of Righteousness as an 80 ret for grinding. Haven't respecced Seal of Command yet, but I understand the damage is still competitive.
10-04-2009 @ 2:17AM
remove SoR? you're a fucking retard.
10-27-2009 @ 8:37AM
Even as a tank I like to use SoR because it does more dmg. SoR has been out since the beginning and like someone else said, SoR is the only seal pallies have mid lvl if they arent ret. I think it would be idiotic to take SoR out.
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