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Hello,

I recently switched from DK Tank to Paladin Tank (Similar stat prios) and I was wondering how much haste should I aim for and is Versatility more important than Haste like AskMrRobot says? 

I raid twice a week but I mainly do M+ Content and I seem to be stuck at M+7 so if you have any advice there I will gladly take it. 

Here's a link to my Paladin. http://eu.battle.net/wow/en/character/eonar/Stenbock/simple

I am in my raid spec currently and I switch my lvl 100 talent to Last Defender when I do M+.

 

Any help is appreciated. :)

 

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If you're new to pala tanking stacking versatility is the easier way to go.

As you get more experience you will want to go for more haste and mastery (value increases with more haste).
With more haste you can play in a more active way, more self-heal through LotP, more active mitigation with SotR and so on.
I'm saying experienced as you have to manage your active mitigation better when heading for haste.

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I second what Esc said! Your current stat weights look pretty good to me, little bit more versatility instead of crit/mastery/haste (in that order) unless you are going for stat priority for more 'experienced' prot players (as Esc put it) in which case your stat weights are good already, around 25% haste is a good number to aim for; much higher than that and it starts to taper off in value.

 

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On 22 October 2016 at 6:19 PM, AndyP said:

I second what Esc said! Your current stat weights look pretty good to me, little bit more versatility instead of crit/mastery/haste (in that order) unless you are going for stat priority for more 'experienced' prot players (as Esc put it) in which case your stat weights are good already, around 25% haste is a good number to aim for; much higher than that and it starts to taper off in value.

 

 

On 20 October 2016 at 8:40 PM, Esc said:

If you're new to pala tanking stacking versatility is the easier way to go.

As you get more experience you will want to go for more haste and mastery (value increases with more haste).
With more haste you can play in a more active way, more self-heal through LotP, more active mitigation with SotR and so on.
I'm saying experienced as you have to manage your active mitigation better when heading for haste.

Thanks a lot for the help! :D

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