tbc classic pve protection paladin tank rotation, cooldowns, & abilities burning crusade classic
  • Author: Kurathis
  • Date: April 1, 2021
  • Expansion: TBC Classic

Single Mob/Boss Spell Rotation

Let’s make sure we have Righteous Fury, Blessing of Sanctuary and Retribution Aura active before we pull!

  1. Seal of Righteousness should be your current seal for immediate threat
  2. Avenging Wrath before you initiate the pull
  3. Avenger’s Shield will be your first spell cast at the boss
  4. As you are closing the gap between you and the boss, Judgement followed by Seal of Vengeance
  5. Casting Exorcism next if the mob happens to be Undead or Demon
  6. If not, Holy Shield will be next
  7. Consecration will be next
  8. We’ll be repeating 4-7 with the exception of using Judgement with either Seal of Wisdom or Seal of Light and then returning to Seal of Vengeance if either resource is being depleted

 Area of Effect Rotation

Let’s make sure we have Righteous Fury, Blessing of Sanctuary and Retribution Aura active before we pull!

  1. Seal of Righteousness should be your initial seal for immediate threat
  2. With the exception of LoS (Line of sight) pulls being started with Avenger’s Shield, we’ll be “body-pulling” (running head first into the pull) most pulls to conserve mana
  3. Because of the potential number of mobs that will be hitting you, Holy Shield will be our second spell used while closing the gap
  4. Consecration will be next to start building threat on all mobs
  5. Judgement is next (If you have melee in the group with some casters, you may wish to mark a skull so that the melee are killing the same mob) followed by a reapplication of Seal of Righteousness
  6. We’ll be repeating 3-5 throughout the pull

Note: If you feel like it, you can tab-target between mobs and auto-attack them to generate threat more evenly throughout the pull, but it shouldn’t be necessary if you don’t.

 

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