Level 100 Holy Priest Guide [PvE]

A World of Warcraft Class Guide, Updated to Patch 6.2.4

Stat Priority for Holy Priest in PvE | Latest Patch 6.2.4

Below are the Stat Priority and Stat Summaries for Holy Priest at level 100. The Stat Priority ranks your stats from most effective (left) to least effective (right). The Stat Summaries provide a quick overview of how each stat impacts your character.

Stat Priority

Intellect > Multistrike > Mastery > Crit > Versatility > Haste > SpiritView Weights & Pawn

Stat Weights

  1. Intellect


  2. Multistrike


  3. Mastery


  4. Crit


  5. Versatility


  6. Haste


  7. Spirit


Pawn String

( Pawn: v1: "PvE-Priest-Holy-Noxxic": MasteryRating=0.85, Versatility=0.54, HasteRating=0.4, Spirit=0.24, CritRating=0.7, Intellect=1.52, Multistrike=1.0 )

Stat Summaries

Intellect increases the damage and healing done by your spells.

Multistrike grants a chance for your spells and abilities to activate up to 2 additional times at 30% effectiveness. As Holy, Divine Providence provides additional Multistrike rating and increases the effectiveness of your Multistrikes.

Mastery provides a passive bonus to your character based on your specialization. Mastery Echo of Light adds a HoTA spell or ability that heals over time. effect to your direct heals.

Critical Strike increase the chance for your spells and attacks to critically hit for additional damage and healing.

Versatility increases your damage, healing, and absorption done and decreases damage received.

Haste increases attack and spell casting speed, adds additional damage and healing to DoTsA spell or ability that does damage over time. and HoTsA spell or ability that heals over time., and reduces the GCDA universal cooldown activated by most abilities..

Spirit increases the rate of your Mana regeneration. You should stack enough Spirit to have adequate Mana to survive the typical raid encounter.

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