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In this article, we present you with various talent trees for Shadow Priests (WoW 4.3) that you can use in specific situations. We also give you pointers for customising your talent tree and adapting it to a particular boss. The other articles of our Shadow Priest guide can be accessed from the table of contents on the left.
1. Standard Talent Build↑top
As a Shadow Priest, your choice of talents is very limited. 39 out of your 41 talent points must be spent in a specific combination of talents, leaving you with a few options for your remaining two points.
In this build, we present all the mandatory talents you must take. Then, we list the few options you have for the remaining points.
We highly recommend spending the two remaining talent points in one of the following two ways:
Alternatively, you can take other utility talents from the Shadow tree. We will discuss this briefly below.
2. Customising Your Build↑top
The talent builds that we suggested above are currently the best Shadow talent builds. In the following sections, we will present you with a few additional options for your remaining two talent points, as well as explain what each of your important glyphs does.
2.1. Optional Talents
In addition to the two common variations presented above, here are a few other, situational variations:
Lastly, it is possible to pick up the Silence talent (ranged interrupt with a 45 second cooldown that may, occasionally, be useful), but this will require you to:
Your choice of glyphs, as a Shadow Priest, is very simple.
2.2.1. Prime Glyphs
The best Prime Glyphs you can use are:
2.2.2. Major Glyphs
None of the Major Glyphs you can use will offer you any relevant performance boost. We recommend using the following 3 glyphs:
2.2.3. Minor Glyphs
There are several Minor Glyphs that you can use, with little effect on your performance. We recommend the following 3 glyphs: