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They need to be able to filter out all the noise. Merektha's Fang is a channeled ability so using any abilities or moving will cancel the cast. Crusade has creeped back a bit with the increased item level which tends to put more emphasis on cooldown windows. I believe it should have some sort of meaningful interaction with the rest of our kit. DoT classes will obviously still benefit from an extra target, but it will not be their primary focus. All choices also have an inherent AoE benefit. So I will just list the general rules and mention any exceptions. As far as whether is is worth it to delay Crusade or not please refer to the last list of the Avenging Wrath section. One of the biggest examples were Single Target and AoE abilities competing on the same row. Just replace Execution Sentence with Templar's Verdict. The most prevalent of the design philosophies is "manufactured downtime". It is important to note these numbers do not account for latency and human reaction time.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Pick the topics that are most relevant to you and slowly work through them. If you find something that contradicts WoWHead, Thete, or the data I have compiled in this guide, do some research and ask some questions before you immediately assume it to be accurate. This row is mostly balanced. Talents are not universal. I am also not advising that you should should be at one of the listed values below. Do not let this alarm you though. In its current iteration in Legion, Retribution is a very fast-paced spec, to the point that we currently need to make a choice between using our GCDs for DPS or utility. Outside of this guide and the ones I have above mentioned, we have recently been subjected to a veritable onslaught of guides and videos making all sorts of unsubstantiated claims or providing misinformation, both minor and severe. This is our general rotation. Every talent in this row is affected by Mastery: Hand of Light. With a large number of viable talent builds there are a large number of possible openers. Retribution has excelled at two-target cleave damage through the Legion expansion. This also reduces the focus required to maintain your spell rotation during an encounter, allowing for more breathing room to inspect your surroundings. If I was to add every single one this page would quickly become a mess. By all means, check out as many guides and videos as you wish. However, we will be seeing a drastic reduction in this type of damage in BfA. However, I can provide you with the knowledge you need to make this decision for yourself. You start at the top of the list and work your way down until the required criteria is met and you use that ability. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hey there, Skeletor here. AS always follow the above advice. In order to help preserve the overall balance of DPS across the various classes and specs, abilities on-use or passive and items such as trinkets that increase DPS will no longer benefit from damage increasing moves or talents unless explicitly stated. The biggest change is that Wake of Ashes is now a talent so you might not always have it available for the quick HP generation. They should be delayed and used with your first damaging ability. It does not affect our rotational speed. Instead of realizing they have been following a source of misinformation, they feel inclined to blame the class design, resulting in disarray amongst the community and between the playerbase and the designers. If you feel this guide as a whole has too much to absorb, I recommend checking out the slightly easier to digest guides such as WowHead. Auto-Attack damage has also been massively increased. Battle For Azeroth is bringing us an entirely revamped talent tree with a clear and concise design philosophy. One of the more common concerns is whether or not you should delay Avenging Wrath. Below you will find the commonly accepted Haste break points. This has prompted changes such as putting the majority of DPS cooldowns on the GCD along with some utility, healing, and defensive spells. Unfortunately I am not able to give you a simple "Yes" or "No" answer. This was true as of 8. Please Sim yourself to find out what is best for you. In Legion many of the talent rows served multiple purposes. And yes, it is a priority system and not a rotation. Grong's Primal Rage is channeled and you cannot move or use other abilities during the cast. All of our secondary stats are very close in value and generally speaking ILVL upgrades will be better. I believe it is highly unlikely that there will be a raid encounter, let alone many, that will require us to make use of our utility kit that frequently. Only the Top 10 profiles are shown for each setup. The first part of this new Philosophy, and arguably the most important, is that the individual talent rows tend to serve a single purpose e. The second part is that the leftmost column will tend to be more passive or straightforward and as you progress towards the right. Ingest as much information as you can. Coming from an expansion where we exclusively used Crusade , Avenging Wrath is a bit more lenient in terms of usage. These are just two examples. The last instance of having auto-attack damage at such a high level was during MoP, and that was due primarily to Guardian of the Ancient Kings accounting for half of our AA damage. The talents become more active or potentially require more thought than simply pushing a button. This drowns out the constructive conversation that we still need to have with the class designers and devs. Instead I will show you a few examples and give you some general tips to make sure your opener is correct. Blizzard wants people to slow down and really think about what their next spell choice should be rather than combining off and on GCD abilities. This trinket has a chance to proc extra nature damage on your target. Currently this row has balancing issues. Clicking on those links will show you which spells are White Listed for us. Unfortunately much of this poorly researched and "feelycrafted" content is located on popular and easily accessible sites, giving it high visibility for newer players who, regrettably, do not know any better. Personally, I do not see much point in having AA damage so high for its own sake. It is one of our hardest hitting abilities. You should continue to have the same mindset as in Legion. Please note that Crusade lasts 25s and not 20s like Avenging Wrath. If video guides are more your speed, then check out Thete on YouTube for some excellent content. For Crusade to be worth considering you have to be able to play it near perfect. Trinkets that provide stats should not be directly macro'd with Avenging Wrath. Fireblood should be used during Avenging Wrath or Crusade at 10 stacks. Starting from the WotLK expansion, there has been a steady increase in the pace of the Retribution playstyle. These are just the mathematical points where new stuff happens. See the "Priority System" section of the guide. You will find a wealth of information and numerical data in this guide, and I recommend you go through it section by section. These are not "caps". In a vacuum, those manufactured spare GCDs could be used by utility or healing abilities, but this will be pointless if the encounter design does not require the use of any of those utility or healing abilities at those moments of forced downtime. This is our ST generator row that also has an effect on the speed of our rotation. Crusade usage is very similar to Legion. You will need to slightly adjust for this. I have been raiding Mythic progression for a long time, and I have played a Retribution Paladin as my main for even longer. As a result, we have misinformed players watching these videos, and without bothering to corroborate the information, take it as gospel. When using Crusade they should either be used at 10 stacks of Crusade or when the buff duration of the trinket matches the remaining duration of Crusade. This is our AoE focused row that still provides a benefit to ST damage. This row is well balanced overall. This does mean that Unbreakable Spirit has the potential to be a DPS increase if we can get an extra use on a given fight. It would be tiresome to list all possible trinkets here. This is our ST throughput row. As of right now, only three specs will be specialists in two-target cleave damage: Arms Warrior, Frost Mage, and Destruction Warlock. I ask only that you fact-check what you see and hear against the reputable sources. We will want to use as much of the absorb as we possibly can for maximum damage. This is our row themed for play style. In BfA, however, due to the White Listing design, the damage proc will always be for the same amount, and not benefit from any increases. You can rotate your character to aim it however. Heading into Battle for Azeroth, this guide will serve the same purpose as it did in Legion: providing quality and accurate information about Retribution Paladin. I watch every single one of these videos that is brought to my attention, and the vast majority of them are inaccurate, poorly researched, and frankly just a lazy approach to creating a community resource.