List of Prot PvP interrupts

90 Night Elf Warrior
6850
Listing my Interrupt sequence
0) Charge
1) Pummel
2) Disrupting Shout
3) Heroic Throw (Gag order)
4) Intimidating Shout
5) Shockwave
6) Heroic Leap + Re-Charge

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Save Storm Bolt/Spell Reflect/Mass Spell Reflect for proper moments or to maintain proper cooldown management

Against a caster dps, if you include the spell reflects, you have potentially 9 interrupts :)

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As a Night elf, I can use my shadowmeld as a another "interrupt" by dropping target at last moment.
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90 Goblin Shaman
6500
You're still useless.
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90 Night Elf Warrior
6850
10/06/2012 12:18 PMPosted by Weepea
You're still useless.


Not in BG's lol
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90 Orc Warrior
12430
You can have all of that while being arms sooooo. Also prot not getting avatar lol. funny !@#$.
Edited by Knoxx on 10/6/2012 5:50 PM PDT
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90 Tauren Warrior
12940
Nothing you have listed is prot-specific. You can have the same PvP interrupts AND have actual damage using a proper PvP spec.
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90 Human Death Knight
2010
let people play whatever spec they want.. i hate when people live in a square and say you have to use a pvp spec to play pvp.. what if that person doesnt want to use a pvp spec? but they want to pvp . why not say only rogues and mages are allowed to pvp now.. stupid argument.
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90 Human Warrior
9705
10/06/2012 05:50 PMPosted by Knoxx
You can have all of that while being arms sooooo. Also prot not getting avatar lol. funny !@#$.

Why would he want Avatar for Prot PvP? It's not a damage spec, it's a utility spec.

The 20% damage increase is not a major loss when your job isn't to deal damage. The immunity to movement impairment isn't a factor at all when you take into consideration Safeguard, which every PvP spec should have.
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90 Undead Warrior
6375
10/06/2012 10:37 PMPosted by Grev
The immunity to movement impairment isn't a factor at all


go back and read what you said
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90 Human Warrior
9705
10/06/2012 10:49 PMPosted by Skullstrike
The immunity to movement impairment isn't a factor at all


go back and read what you said

Or you could finish reading the rest of the sentence, where I point out why it's not a factor.
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