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Warrior Protection Weak Aura Set Up

Discussion in 'WoW Class Discussions' started by Metro, Apr 30, 2014.

  1. Metro

    Metro WoW Staff Writer | WoW Moderator Staff Moderator

    Recently decided to take the liberty of helping players learn a class better with the tools they have around them.
    Many players don't understand this addon, or just how incredibly powerful it may be, so look at this as a sort of series where I go through as many specs as I am familiar with and show off the weak aura set up I have for them.
    The goal will be to explain and show you guys how you can maximize toons you never even play to a level acceptable for the highest content in the game!

    The full article can be found at: http://wow.stratics.com/guides/play-like-a-pro-prot-warrior-weak-aura-information/

    Within the article you will find detailed examples and the import string for each specific aura. Simply copy/paste from the pastebin output and put it in the Import section of Weak Auras in game, and you will have it exactly on the screen where I have it as well.

    Here is a static version of what you can expect with the set up:
    [​IMG]

    A demonstration of the UI in action can be seen here:
     
    Last edited: May 6, 2014

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