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So the stat priority page of the guide ranks haste much higher than strength but the consumables guide recommends the feast for strength even though the haste food offers more haste which should make it the better choice surely?
Hoping someone more aware of the theorycrafting to clear that up for me.
This mainly applies for raiding by the way but if there is a different answer for M+ I am interested to know the answer there.
Been playing as 29/11/0 so far, extra crit heals is obviously good for keeping my team alive.
However, I never go OOM, so I want to get some more burst damage. What is the best way to make a hybrid paladin?
Holy shock with spell power? I want to do burst damage when my heals get interrupted, so holy shock might be bad.
7 Prot is the bare minimum for me, Imp Freedom is so strong.
18 Prot is also very strong, extra stuns together with grenades is powerful for BGs.
25 Prot for reckoning might be the best burst damage available, you could even heal with a 2hander. But this requires alot of investment and SETUP.
How good is SoC for a 1hander? Spell power gear? Maybe using Thrash Blade to do melee damage while healing geared.
What kind of gear? Spell power or strength?
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Not new to hearthstone but haven't been playing constantly and just jumping back in towards the end of July. I am not sure if there's a better name or configuration for this yet but I've had some good luck with it so far. If nothing else it's just really fun to play for me.
This deck has no duplicates to take advantage of Zephyrs the Great and Sir. Finley of the Sand.
Never posted a deck before so not sure if this is how of the place but feel free to give me constructive feedback.
### SoU Finloc
# Class: Paladin
# Format: Standard
# Year of the Dragon
# 1x (1) Blessing of Might
# 1x (1) Brazen Zealot
# 1x (1) Goldshire Footman
# 1x (1) Grimscale Oracle
# 1x (1) Hand of Protection
# 1x (1) Murloc Raider
# 1x (1) Murloc Tidecaller
# 1x (1) Murmy
# 1x (1) Noble Sacrifice
# 1x (1) Toxfin
# 1x (1) Voodoo Doctor
# 1x (2) Argent Protector
# 1x (2) Bluegill Warrior
# 1x (2) Bug Collector
# 1x (2) Dire Wolf Alpha
# 1x (2) Fishflinger
# 1x (2) Hench-Clan Hogsteed
# 1x (2) Injured Tol'vir
# 1x (2) Knife Juggler
# 1x (2) Murloc Tidehunter
# 1x (2) Sandwasp Queen
# 1x (2) Sir Finley of the Sands
# 1x (2) Sound the Bells!
# 1x (2) Zephrys the Great
# 1x (3) Bronze Herald
# 1x (3) Coldlight Seer
# 1x (3) Murloc Warleader
# 1x (3) Salhet's Pride
# 1x (4) Murloc Tastyfin
# 1x (6) Pharaoh's Blessing
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