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Originally Posted by Palados
Why would you expect a few holy palas in raid if you have retri and prot? There are 9 classes and 25 slots, you can not excpect some class taking 4+ of them, can you? Bliz stated that they don't want raid stacking of any class. And, imho, they are close to achieving it in wotlk in a sence that stacking won't bring advantage over taking skilled players of different classes. I am sure some groups will have 2 and even 3 holy palas with prot and retri. But I am gald that it won't be 'needed' and I will get my spot because of my skill and not extra blessing or utility.
P. S. Carefully looking at other healing classes and itemization, I still believe that paladins will be best single target healers. Time will tell.
You're wrong! Holy Paladins count has healers so a Raid Leader will invite if he needs healers, retribution and protection available in the Raid is a secondary issue.
Retribution count in the dps melee spots, so competing with dps warriors, rogues and enhancement shamans.
Protection count in the Tank spots, with protection warriors, feral Druids and Death Kinght in WOTLK.
In the case of Retribution in WOTLK raids, your spot will depend on gear and skill of course, but also from your individual dps and utility to the raid. In terms of utility i think the most important will the replenishement of mana available with judgement of the wise talent.
In this particular case is very funny that if one Holy Paladin wanted to get a Raid spot intstead of a retribution one it still is very viable to specc for judgements of the wise and perform a job of great o utility to the Raid.
It's funny that with all the whining about SOL specc that led to this latest change and the talent going tier 9 in Retribution tree, maybe those Guys hited the wrong spot, it should be JOTW to move instead of SOL from a Retribution perspective, so that they have easiest Raid spots.