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In this article, we present you with various talent trees for Protection Paladins (WoW 4.3) that you can use in specific situations. We also explain in detail what the talents do, how they work together, and how you can customise your talent tree in order to adapt it to a particular boss. The other articles of our Protection Paladin guide can be accessed from the table of contents on the left.
1. Common Talent Builds↑top
As a Protection Paladin, your choice of talent builds is very limited. To be entirely competitive, you will have to choose one of the two following builds, although there are a few other optional talents you can consider.
This is the standard Protection Paladin talent build. It takes all the useful survivability and threat talents.
This talent build takes points in Eternal Glory, which gives your Word of Glory a chance not to consume Holy Power. Using Word of Glory costs Holy Power, sacrificing some of your threat generation. This will not allow you to use Word of Glory more often (it is limited by a cooldown), but it will reduce the loss of threat generation.
2. Customising Your Build↑top
In this section, we will briefly go over your choices for optional talent points. Then, we will look at each of the useful glyphs that you can use.
2.1. Optional Talents
As a Protection Paladin, your choice of optional talents is very limited. In the vast majority of cases, you should simply take one of the two talent builds advised above. Except for the difference between the two advised builds ( Seals of the Pure vs. Eternal Glory), here are your other choices:
None of your glyphs boost your survivability. Most of your options will either provide you with extra threat or utility.
2.2.1. Prime Glyphs
In terms of Prime Glyphs, you do not have much variety to choose from:
2.2.2. Major Glyphs
There are no mandatory Major Glyphs (although Glyph of Focused Shield is better than the rest because it improves your threat). You should choose them based on the encounter and your own preference, from among the following:
2.2.3. Minor Glyphs
There are only three minor glyphs that offer any use at all to a Protection Paladin, and they all offer it in the form of reduced mana cost on abilities that are generally used out of combat.