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11-03-2010 @ 5:09PM
I love these articles but I was a little disappointed by this.... I was hoping to find a nice setup you all would recommend but it seems more like a list of how much our protection glyphs suck or are situational at best.... I'm curious what WoW.com's setup would be if you all had to choose!
11-03-2010 @ 5:32PM
Well, it depends on the encounter.Stereotypical single-target physical-damage boss fight:Seal of Truth, Shield of the Righteous, [whatever]Focused Shield, [whatever], [whatever]AOE tanking:Hammer of the Righteous, possibly Word of Glory (minor AOE threat boost from self-heals), [whatever]Consecration, [whatever], [whatever]For magic damage fights, use Divine Protection. Holy Wrath will quite possibly be worth keeping equipped all the time in Cataclysm regardless. Almost all of the other glyphs are useful in one or two specific scenarios, and therefore it's good to have all of them available to you to switch around as needed. For an all-around general purpose kit, though, I'd do something like:Hammer of the Righteous (assuming they fix it), Shield of the Righteous, Seal of TruthConsecration, Holy Wrath, [whatever] (Divine Protection for magic damage fights)Lay on Hands, Blessing of Kings, Blessing of Might
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