Jul 3rd 2007 2:46PM I've been playing pro-spec for a while with my main (a 68 paladin on PvE server Skywall). It works great when my warlock fiancé and I pair up to take on some quests, as well as when the guild decides to do some instance runs.
I change my gear up (spell damage/healing bonus, etc.) for different situations as I find I can effectively act as a "healing tank" in many low to medium difficulty situations. I can also take advantage of Seal of Vengeance to help take down mobs faster as well as keeping them very focused on me.
The variety and flexibility of judging wisdom and light while juggling healing, vengeance and justice as the party needs is really fun and keeps things from becoming tedious.
It's nice to read others have discovered this, too.
Jun 12th 2007 4:39PM For a long while now, whenever we get a new player to the game that joins our guild, I rush at the chance to help them through their first instance.
In most cases, that's Dead Mines/Van Cleef.
It's not just because I'm a nice guy helping with guild relations. Oh, no. I love Mr. Smite.
"Now you're making me angry!"
"You landlubbers are tougher than i thought. I'll have to improvise!"
His distorted voice and Tauren good looks don't exactly fill me with fear, but he's clearly dedicated to his job.