EfE worth it?

60 Human Paladin
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I figured it would be pretty good, but after some practical runs it seems an internal cooldown prevents it from doing much of anything, especially when it will proc off spells like molten armor.
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85 Human Paladin
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I figured it would be pretty good, but after some practical runs it seems an internal cooldown prevents it from doing much of anything, especially when it will proc off spells like molten armor.


For Ret putting 1 point in it is fine. For Prot it's not really worth it.
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100 Blood Elf Paladin
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Well, the alternative for prot is 30 yard range judgements or a holy talent that's getting a big nerf tomorrow. We have AS, HoR, and Exorcism for initial pulls; or AS, HoR, and RD for adds in a fight.

I've picked EfE for both of my paladin's prot specs.
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60 Human Paladin
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Speaking strictly pvp ret of course...
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89 Draenei Paladin
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Well, the alternative for prot is 30 yard range judgements or a holy talent that's getting a big nerf tomorrow. We have AS, HoR, and Exorcism for initial pulls; or AS, HoR, and RD for adds in a fight.

I've picked EfE for both of my paladin's prot specs.
30 yards on Judgment is a better choice. Crusader as well, and Judgements of the Pure and Arbiter of the Light work well to.
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85 Blood Elf Paladin
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Why you would pvp as ret...


Because its fun! And if i did it in TBC ill be doing it in cata...
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