pve protection paladin gems, enchants, & consumables (wotlk 3.3.5a)

Glyphs

Major Glyphs

Minor Glyphs

Gems

Low Gear Gems 

High Gear Gems

Enchants

Armor Enchants

Weapons Enchants

Consumables

Potions

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Nevermore

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Tundrawookie
Tundrawookie
1 month ago

Why not glyph seal of command? If you have mana issues id go glyph of seal of command w/ glyph of Spiritual attunement. Glyph of Divine plea really shines only w/ 4p t10. W/ bis gear you will have enough expertise and I would choose another glyph over glyph of vengeance. All of you minor glyphs are spot on, mostly cuz in rdf everyone wants kings anyway, usually only buff Sanc in raids. As far as enchants go, I would pick the armor enchant over the defense one. Also with the shield I would enchant Titanium Plating over defense too. Shoulders you could also do the pvp +30 stam enchant. This viewpoint is from a BiS gear load out.

Melusine
Melusine(@melusine)
Reply to  Tundrawookie
1 month ago

Literally no one have mana issues as prot. since you always have Divine Plea and jugdement of wisdom, as well of Spiritual Attunement and GBOS

Aik
Aik
Reply to  Tundrawookie
30 days ago

Reply for Melusine is correct, and if you compensate for mana with glyph, it will never require you to learn to play properly.

That being said, it is awesome glyph for leveling. You remove whole ordeal of sitting after you cast consecration twice. When leveling ignore prot tree until you reach seal of command and you have playable tank without necessity to drink at level 30.

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