Your question: What weapon is best for priest?

What weapon should priest use?

WoW Classic Priest Weapon Skills

Priests can equip Staves, One-Handed Maces, Daggers and Wands. All Priests begin their Classic with the One-Handed Maces and Wand skills learned, and they will need to learn how to equip Daggers and Staves.

Can priests use swords?

Priests cannot equip one-handed or two-handed Swords or Axes, or two-handed Maces. They also cannot use shields or equip any ranged weapons other than Wands, Thrown Weapons, or Fist Weapons.

Can Priest use dagger TBC?

Priest Weapon Skills in TBC Classic

Priests start their journey through Azeroth knowing how to use One-Handed Maces and Wands. They can also learn Daggers and Staves from Weapon Masters in their faction’s capital cities.

What can priests wear WoW Classic?

The priest begins with proficiency in staffs, one-handed maces, wands and daggers. The priest can only wear cloth armor.

Can priests train swords in TBC?

No, priests cannot use swords (though strangely, warlocks can).

Do shadow priests use wands?

Wands for WoW Classic Priests

For Shadow Priests level 40 is where their other spells start to overtake the damage and utility of your wands, however, they will always be useful when finishing targets off or while regenerating Mana.

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Why can’t priests use swords?

One of the early Dungeons & Dragons rules that made no sense involved clerics not being able to use bladed weapons. According to the Player’s Handbook in Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (quoted below), this was due to clerics not wanting to shed unnecessary blood.

What Horde races can be priests?

Starting attributes

Horde Blood elf 21
Goblin 21
Tauren 25
Troll 24

Can priests wear mail?

There are 10 different classes in WoW. Every class uses a different kind of armor. Remember the platewearers learn it at their trainers at level 40, same for hunters and shammys with the mail. However, a paladin can also wear mail, leather and cloth, but a priest not leather, mail and plate.