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2-05-2012 @ 7:10PM
I can offer some advice to holy paladins.You'll want devotion aura for this fight, since the only magic damage is the black blood which nobody should be taking. Additionally, since the damage is almost entirely physical, glyph of divine protection is useless.Now, given your high armour level it's worth considering having yourself be the soak with the tank, defensive cooldowns like divine protection will reduce healing intensity slightly but I never found the damage high enough to be mandatory until he frenzies, at which point you should start throwing out any offensive cooldowns you have laying around still as well as popping bubbles for stomps.Flash of light will be your top heal, it's also worth considering glyph of LoD for 10-mans but given the very dynamic positioning requirements you might just go with Lay on Hands instead, again Divine protection is a bad choice so you might as well replace it with something.Mana isn't a massive concern for this fight because it has a very clearly established cooldown period to regen, I never found mana to be a problem even during progression and even with the heavy reliance of Flash of Light.
2-06-2012 @ 2:12AM
Actually the crystals are Shadow damage. You can Aura Mastery them, but it only lasts for one crystal. You'll likely get better mileage from using Aura Mastery on a Stomp.
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