The third choice is even more flexible - I personally like Word of Glory. It's a dps loss from using a flat Templar's Verdict, but you'll suffer even more of a dps loss if you let someone die because you didn't cast WoG, and at least with the glyph the dps loss is less painful.
Inquisition is bad, no one should take it, period
Mass Exorcism increases aoe damage
Double Jeopardy gives a damage boost when switching targets
Harsh Words give you a ranged option(though you should remember to make a /target self macro for it as well)
Avenging Wrath and Divine Storm add self healing to the abilities
To have it actually be a dps gain, you would essentially have to go an entire fight without ever getting censure to three stacks... when I do madness, I spend a lot of the fight with five stacks of censure on two targets.
TV is univeral I would agree. Can't go wonrg with damage reduction in pve when getting hit by aoe due to learning or unavoaidable. And of coures pvp is a no brainer.
They flipped Divine Protection around. So if you pvp it be good to glyph to bring it back to 20% physical reduction as well.
After that nothing stands out. It's all situation as said but it's very spefic situations that you won't notice a differance on either way imo.
Warlock minor: dreadsteed leaves flames AND can run on water
Paladin minor: Charger sparkles.
yeah... f blizzard.
I don't know, maybe there is a point where damage input from gear starts to overtake the censure damage, but now Im just taking air swings and have no idea really.
Harsh Words gives you the ability to function at range, Word of Glory gives you slight payback if you ever have to give up a TV for a WoG and at the moment works with a Harsh Words WoG as well and TV is nearly constantly up for a nice bit of damage reduction.
Mass Exo has great potential on multi target encounters.
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