Discipline Priest Mists of Pandaria: Remix Guide — Dragonflight 10.2.7

Last updated on May 14, 2024 at 12:00 by Clandon 24 comments

On this page, you will learn the best Gems to use for your Discipline Priest in Mists of Pandaria: Remix, as well as the best leveling talents and rotation, whether you are leveling in the open world, or through raids and dungeons.

If you were looking for our normal Dragonflight Leveling Guide for Discipline Priest, please check out our Leveling page.


Remix: Mists of Pandaria Guide for Discipline Priest

Welcome to our MoP Remix Guide for Discipline Priest! This page contains everything you need to know about getting the most out of your Discipline Priest in the Patch 10.2.7 special feature, Mists of Pandaria: Remix.

This page is focused only on Discipline Priest in MoP Remix. If you want to know more about MoP Remix in general, such as its rewards, check out our dedicated page below.


Best MoP Remix Leveling Talents for Discipline Priest

Below, you will find our recommended leveling build and talent pickup order for your Discipline Priest in MoP Remix. There are various ways of leveling in MoP Remix, and we offer some builds for the most relevant ways.

Note that this Leveling section is specific to MoP Remix. For our Dragonflight Leveling Guide for Discipline Priest, please check our dedicated Leveling page.


Best MoP Remix Leveling Build for Discipline Priest

Raid Leveling Build Solo/Dungeon Leveling Build

Raid Leveling Build

This build assumes you are spending a lot of time in Raids.


Solo/Dungeon Build

This build is intended for more solo/dungeon play that picks up more damage options instead of optimizing healing options or picking up talents required for raid.


Best Gems for Discipline Priest in MoP Remix

Gems are one of the unique ways to augment your character in MoP Remix, offering offensive, defensive, and utility benefits. On this page, we list the best gems for each type. To learn more about Gems in MoP Remix in general, check out our dedicated page below.

  • Meta Gem: Lifestorm Icon Lifestorm
  • Cogwheel Gem: Spiritwalker's Grace Icon Spiritwalker's Grace
  • Prismatic Gems:

    You will have a tremendous amount of stats as you start unlocking all Gem slots, and there is no single best stat to stack. Generally speaking, avoid Mastery (since most Tinker Gem effects do not scale with it) and chase for Haste, Versatility, and Critical Strike Gems in a healthy balance.


Tinker Gems

Tier Tinker Gems
  • Windweaver Icon Windweaver
  • Lightning Rod Icon Lightning Rod
  • Enkindle Icon Enkindle
  • Righteous Frenzy Icon Righteous Frenzy
  • Brilliance Icon Brilliance
  • Explosive Barrage Icon Explosive Barrage
  • Wildfire Icon Wildfire
  • Slay Icon Slay
  • Frost Armor Icon Frost Armor (Defensive)
  • Cold Front Icon Cold Front (Defensive)
  • Brittle Icon Brittle (Open World/Dungeons/Raid Bosses with Adds)
  • Fervor Icon Fervor
  • Opportunist Icon Opportunist (Early Dungeons)
  • Meteor Storm Icon Meteor Storm (When paired with Opportunist Icon Opportunist)
  • Arcanist's Edge Icon Arcanist's Edge (Once you also have at least one absorb effect)
  • Memory of Vengeance Icon Memory of Vengeance (Scales with damage taken. Good with Fervor Icon Fervor)
  • Sunstrider's Flourish Icon Sunstrider's Flourish (When you get close to critical strike cap)
  • Storm Overload Icon Storm Overload
  • Victory Fire Icon Victory Fire (Open World/Dungeons/Raid Bosses with Adds)
  • Hailstorm Icon Hailstorm
  • Ankh of Reincarnation Icon Ankh of Reincarnation
  • Freedom Icon Freedom
  • Bloodthirsty Coral Icon Bloodthirsty Coral (Non-absorb defensive tinkers are not as potent due to Arcanist's Edge Icon Arcanist's Edge)
  • Static Charge Icon Static Charge
  • Vampiric Aura Icon Vampiric Aura
  • Vindication Icon Vindication
  • Mark of Arrogance Icon Mark of Arrogance
  • Searing Light Icon Searing Light
  • Tinkmaster's Shield Icon Tinkmaster's Shield
  • Holy Martyr Icon Holy Martyr
  • Grounding Icon Grounding
  • Deliverance Icon Deliverance
  • Savior Icon Savior

Level by Level Rotation

To keep things simple while leveling and learning the spec, use the slider to select your level, and watch as the leveling rotation grows with each level!

Move the slider below to make the guide update to your level!

Level: 10

Leveling Rotation for Discipline Priest

This rotation is focused on the solo/dungeon build provided above. The raid healing rotation is much more involved and we recommend looking at our full Discipline Priest Rotation Guide found here:

  1. Cast Power Word: Shield Icon Power Word: Shield on yourself if your hp has begun to drop.
  2. Cast Power Infusion Icon Power Infusion on cooldown.
  3. Maintain Shadow Word: Pain Icon Shadow Word: Pain / Purge the Wicked Icon Purge the Wicked on all targets unless the target will die before a significant portion of the DoT ticks.
  4. Cast Shadowfiend Icon Shadowfiend/Mindbender Icon Mindbender on cooldown unless you need to hold it for healing purposes.
  5. Cast Shadow Word: Death Icon Shadow Word: Death if the target is below 20% hp. Be careful you do not kill yourself with this spell.
  6. Cast Penance Icon Penance on cooldown.
  7. Cast Divine Star Icon Divine Star on cooldown.
  8. Cast Mind Blast Icon Mind Blast on cooldown.
  9. Cast Smite Icon Smite as your filler.

The following is a general priority list of healing spells in dungeons:

  1. Cast Power Word: Shield Icon Power Word: Shield on cooldown if a player is taking damage.
  2. Cast Power Word: Radiance Icon Power Word: Radiance when it is available and you have multiple people that need Atonement at the same time.
  3. Cast Flash Heal Icon Flash Heal when you need to direct heal someone or to apply Atonement Icon Atonement.

In addition to these baseline abilities, there is a passive effect that is crucial to understand leveling as a Discipline Priest:

Atonement Icon Atonement causes your damaging spells to heal all targets with Atonement on them. It is crucial that you DPS to utilize your Atonements applied instead of getting stuck in the habit of spamming direct heals. Follow the healing spell priority list above to apply Atonement, and then once all players taking damage have Atonement on them, follow the damage spell priority list.



  • 14 May 2024: Page added.
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