Adventures of a Disc Priest

When I started up a priest this time around, I sort of knew in the back of my head that I was going to stay away from Shadow – at least at first. I had tried it before and not quite felt the vibe, so maybe I would just save it for later. Added to this idea was the fact that I am leveling her along-side an elemental shaman, and a healer would be nice for queue times.

When I hit level 10, I chose Discipline without much hesitation. And you know, aside from needing to drink a *lot* in some dungeons, it’s been pretty darn fun so far! She’s still just a baby toon, so there’s a long way to go, but I like what I see. I’m pretty close to getting Atonement, and I think that’s just going to be a real kick.

When I was leveling my druid, I did dungeons with her as Resto – but I don’t recall enjoying it quite this much. This, now this is some fun healing for me. Plus, I just got introduced to mouseover macros the other day. Ho-ly crow. I’m having a blast with Mei.

However, I’m still unsure about the talents/glyphs for her. I’m not even certain of good Disc resources. So any of you out there play Disc and have words of advice as I move along with her? Or maybe just care to point me in the right direction? 🙂

5 thoughts on “Adventures of a Disc Priest

  1. Rob says:

    http://talesofapriest.com/ is a really great place for priesty information.

  2. Erinys says:

    Don’t know whether you like pvp or not, but Disc is awesome in low level battlegrounds especially if you have heirloom gear. Most dpsers won’t break your shield and you can just penance them in the face.

  3. I feel like I want another alt and have never, ever, healed but when I read about Discipline it sounds fun to me. Trouble is the server with the money on it is full, have to think about who would get the boot.

    • Avi says:

      ah yes, that would be tough! To be honest, I had “Meilanith” set up as a placeholder in case I wanted to make a Pandaren priest in Mists… so I guess I just got started a little early? lol It’s definitely a neat experience though! If you can make the space (or had somewhere else you just felt like trying it), I recommend it. 🙂

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