What is a paladin “Justicar” and why did my log last night list me as a “Justicar” on one fight and a regular prot paladin on another even though I didn’t change spec or anything?
Seems like it’s created for Prot Paladins wearing healing gear off-healing in certain fights, so the HPS rankings are decoupled from Prot Paladins wearing tank gear. Probably still needs some classification tuning still as I’ve seen some fights where Prot Paladins using high spellpower gear for threat are being classified as Justicar as well.
I think that’s what happened to me. I was MT on the log that it marked me as a “Justicar” paladin.
We have implemented Tank Damage Taken Requirements for TBC classic, Protection paladins that don’t meet these requirements are given Justicar.
The full requirements are in our spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/u/4/d/e/2PACX-1vSBZQZrd04JUJ2Q3jRqgdVijIsmeiS_BC5Bt8zm16v_OUh3Ny-ejfCuKYLRN1ypmUtCZ-mv6H54-2z0/pubhtml#
Can we get a link to this sort of info, alongside with the criteria for various WCL-created hybrid roles shown in logs, somewhere on tbc.warcraftlogs.com so users don’t have to scour through various communication channels in order to find an explanation to something that’s not an in-game mechanic? I deeply appreciate the WCL team’s work.
Thank you for the clarification. I Googled every keyword and phrase I could think of and couldn’t find any answers. I appreciate the reply =)
Justicar it’s achivement from pvp
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