Discipline Priest Healing Gear and Best in Slot — Dragonflight 10.0.7
On this page, you will find the best gear and best in slot items for your Discipline Priest in World of Warcraft Dragonflight 10.0.7.
If you were looking for WotLK Classic content, please refer to our WotLK Classic Discipline Priest gear and best in slot.
Trinkets for Discipline Priests
The ranking system is as follows:
- S Tier: the strongest and most generally useful trinkets; these are always good choices.
- A Tier: these trinkets are slightly weaker than the S Tier traits, but are still solid choices.
- B Tier: a below-average trinket that should be picked only in the absence of an S or A Tier trinket.
- C Tier: a weak trinket that provides very little healing output or other utility and should be avoided if possible.
- Broodkeeper's Promise from Broodkeeper Diurna in Vault of the Incarnates
- Whispering Incarnate Icon from Kadros Icewrath in Vault of the Incarnates
- Voidmender's Shadowgem from Nhallish in Shadowmoon Burial Grounds
- Conjured Chillglobe from Kadros Icewrath in Vault of the Incarnates
- Infernal Writ from Talixae Flamewreath in Court of Stars
- Miniature Singing Stone from Teera in The Nokhud Offensive
- Crimson Gladiator's Insignia of Alacrity from PvP
- Flask of the Solemn Night from Patrol Captain Gerdo in Court of Stars
- Static-Charged Scale from the World Boss Strunraan
- Alacritous Alchemist Stone crafted via Alchemy
- Sustaining Alchemist Stone crafted via Alchemy
- Ruby Whelp Shell from Melidrussa Chillworn in Ruby Life Pools
- Tome of Unstable Power from Azureblade in The Azure Vault
- Mote of Sanctification from Hyrja in Halls of Valor
- Azure Arcanic Amplifier from World Quests
- Breath of the Plains from World Quests
- Emerald Coach's Whistle from Crawth in Algeth'ar Academy
- Crimson Gladiator's Badge of Ferocity from PvP
- Primal Ritual Shell (Water) from World Quests
- Idol of the Dreamer from Jewelcrafting
- Primal Ritual Shell (Wind) from World Quests
- Darkmoon Deck Box: Dance from Inscription
- Horn of Valor from Hymdall in Halls of Valor
- Kyrakka's Searing Embers from Kyrakka in Ruby Life Pools
In some cases, specifically Mythic Plus content most often, Discipline Priest players will look towards utilizing DPS trinkets to push their overall DPS contribution further. Damage from DPS Trinkets DOES NOT contribute to healing and is utilized strictly for DPS purposes only. It is highly recommended to make sure you are comfortable with the healing requirements of the dungeons you are attempting first before considering equipping any DPS trinkets.
The following is a list of DPS trinkets that can provide significant DPS contribution for a single trinket slot:
- Furious Ragefeather from Teera in The Nokhud Offensive
- Eye of Skovald from God-King Skovald in Halls of Valor
- Iceblood Deathsnare from Sennarth in Vault of the Incarnates
Crafted Gear and Embellishments for Discipline Priests
Spark of Ingenuity
Spark of Ingenuity is a time-gated resource used in all high-end crafting. Be careful when deciding what you want to craft with these sparks, as there is no way to get them back once an item is crafted.
Embellishments are special effects that are either found on crafted pieces by default or can be added to crafted pieces during the crafting process. A character can have two embellishments equipped at any time. The following are the embellishments we recommend you utilize:
- Elemental Lariat - This is a neckpiece with a powerful stat proc built in. This is our strongest embellishment and should likely be one of your first crafts with your Spark of Ingenuity.
- Allied Wristguards of Time Dilation - This is also a solid option for your second embellishment. While it is technically slightly lower hps than the above healing dart, the benefit is spread among your allies by granting them stats instead of just a random heal that may or may not have value.
- Magazine of Healing Darts - This is a decent option for your second embellishment if you are looking for the highest overall HPS contribution.
- Hood of Surging Time - This is a strong option for mythic plus content as your second embellishment. While its value is inferior in single-target scenarios, it gains significant value when you are constantly hitting new targets.
When your Spark of Ingenuitys are limited at the beginning of the tier, we recommend being very careful how you spend them. Our current recommendation is to use your first Spark to craft an Elemental Lariat.
After that, you can either save up two sparks to craft a 2-handed weapon like the Illuminating Pillar of the Isles from Inscription, or if you get a solid off-hand you can spend one Spark on a main hand like the blacksmithing dagger Primal Molten Spellblade or the Enchanting Wand Torch of Primal Awakening.
If you have the Elemental Lariat crafted and you are in a good spot weapon-wise, utilizing your sparks on any gear slot that is lower item level or you have not had good luck with is a valuable use of excess Sparks.
Best in Slot List for Discipline Priests
Due to Leech and our overall closely-ranked secondary stats, your choice as to what piece would be best in slot is very much case by case. There are no set recommendations for overall items to aim for in the new raid tier as a result. Outside of Leech and Sockets, your goal should be to target the highest item level gear available and to follow the stat priority presented on equal item level gear.
Seal of Diurna's Chosen and Seal of Filial Duty both have unique effects in addition to their full secondary stats. As a result, due to Discipline Priests ability to activate both effects with Purge the Wicked doing Radiant damage (a combination of Fire and Holy damage), both these rings are very high value and should be considered best in slot.
Other Sockets in Dragonflight
In Dragonflight, only your Helm, Rings, Necks, Bracers, and Belts can have a socket on them. When a piece of gear in that slot drops, there is a chance for it to already have a socket in it.
The Onyx Annulet is a new item added to the game in Patch 10.0.7. This item provides 3 sockets for a new type of gem called a Primordial Stone. These Stones all have unique effects that synergize heavily with each other creating interesting combinations dependent on which Stones you have slotted. Unfortunately due to the strength of these stones currently, we DO NOT recommend utilizing this ring at all. If you decide to utilize the ring anyway, take a look at our gems and enchants page for a list of some potential combos to try.
- 21 Mar. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.7.
- 24 Jan. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.5.
- 22 Jan. 2023: Updated Embellishment recommendation for patch 10.0.5.
- 11 Dec. 2022: Updated Trinkets for Season 1 and added Crafted Gear Section.
- 11 Dec. 2022: Reviewed for Dragonflight Season 1.
- 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
- 25 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
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