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10-11-2010 @ 1:53PM
The paladin description is pretty funny:"For example, Word of Glory can be used to cast an instant-cast free heal. This gives paladins several options for how to spend their Holy Power, depending on the scenario."Well, actually in 4.0.1 Word of Glory is pretty much it. LOL.
10-11-2010 @ 2:10PM
Templar's Verdict. Shield of Righteousness. Zealotry.There's three more.
10-11-2010 @ 2:13PM
You've got me with Templar's Verdict. However you don't use Holy power on Zealotry, Zealotry gives you holy power.I'm not sure if they have changed anything but last time I checked prot paladins were using word of glory over SoR, due to the self-healing and threat it generates.
10-11-2010 @ 2:55PM
The word of glory is. . . .Ghostcrawler.Everyone say it out loud!
10-11-2010 @ 3:01PM
"There's three more."Not if you're Holy.Now tanks do have SotR, and Ret has TV, so they have *some* flexibility, but since we won't be leveling in 4.0.1 they basically only have one as well. Prot won't even need to use the bubble since we overgear everything so much. Unless you're doing the harder raidbosses, of course.
10-11-2010 @ 6:23PM
"However you don't use Holy power on Zealotry, Zealotry gives you holy power."Zealotry costs 3 Holy Power to activate; in a sane rotation it will more than pay for itself, yes.
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