Protection AoE Leveling Guide

This guide was created by Iloveari to show how you can take on multiple mobs with little health and mana taken. However I am “twinking” the guide by removing broken links, adding enchants, adding consumables, and builds benefiting the new changes in the Paladin tree (2.3 patch). If you find any errors please let me know I will correct them ASAP.

Source: World of Warcraft Paladin Forum


Basic Idea:
The basic idea is to have as much reflection damage and damage mitigation as possible and to fight melee oriented mobs(preferably). The best possible are dual wielders, but anything that doesn’t stun and cast a lot of diseases (cleanse drains mana fairly fast) will work just fine. After some practice you will be able to handle a couple ranged mobs or a caster or two mixed in but they complicate things enormously.
The current implementation of reckoning is what truly makes this tactic come alive. At 5 points, this talent gives you a 10% chance every time you take damage to proc a buff that gives you an extra attack for 8 seconds. This can truly shine with multiple mobs.


  • Able to easily solo 3-4 mobs 2 levels above you, 5-6 equal level or lower, and end fights with nearly full mana and health.
  • Very tough in PvP, especially against rogues, fury warriors, feral druids, and enhancement shaman.
  • Tanking ability for instance runs.


  • Fairly slow DPS against a single mob.
  • Casters avoid your mitigation and therefore will toast you.
  • Ranged are difficult to manage because you can only use SoL to heal if they are close enough to hit.

(Updated 12/14/07)

The build:
You can change it to your liking but this build is to give an idea of the bare minimum to be most efficient.

(Updated 12/14/07)

The gear:
A good/decent 1 handed weapon. (equivalent to your level)
A good/decent Shield with a shield spike. (equivalent to your level)
All other gear can be greens/blues from AH and quest. You can also collect gear with spell damage but decent paladin spell damage gear is only available in the Outland (TBC)

**The shield spike is a crucial element in the AOE grinding.

(Updated 12/14/07)

The buffs:

  • Retribution Aura(RA): Reflects damage every time you are hit.
  • Blessing of Sanctuary(BoS): This not only reduces damage taken by 14/19/24/80, but also deals 21/28/35/46 damage every time you block. Coupled with our shield spike (20-30 if you buy thorium), you’re returning 40-76 damage every time you block.
  • Righteous Fury(RF): With improved talent, this reduces incoming damage by 6%.
  • Seal of Light(SoL): Chance to heal yourself every time you swing.
  • Seal of Wisdom (SoW): Returns mana back to you with every swing.

(Updated 12/14/07)

The strategy:
We’re going to “assume” your level 35 at your favorite AOE place. Iloveari loves murlocs so pretend you’re there.
Before you engage the mob, bless yourself with Sanctuary (BoS), activate retribution aura, activate SoL and body pull about 3 or 4 of them. If more come either reset by running away or continue. Once you collect the mobs shift them in front of you and cast consecrate once to ensure the mobs are on you. Depending on your mana pool, you can cast consecrate again but it is not necessary since your shield spike and retribution aura will do most of the damage and allow you to end the fight with nearly full health and mana with very little downtime (i.e. eat and drink).

During the fight reckoning will trigger a lot. This is due to several mobs hitting you, thus providing an extra swing to heal yourself and add damage to the mob. If you’re taking extra damage judge SoL and reactivate it. This will provide an extra heal from the mob that you judged.

As you level Holy Shield will be available, I highly recommend to learn it by level 40 and use it often. The extra 30% chance to block on 4 charge will help your mitigation. Also, be sure to cast Holy Shield when redoubt proc. You can obtain double your chance to block if you time it correctly.

**Cast rank 1 Holy shield to be mana efficient.

As you AOE grind, humanoids have a tendency to run away for help. I actually welcome that. This allows the grind to continue and reduces the downtime to gather more mobs. If the mobs become overwhelming, bubble and heal yourself. However I do not recommend using Lay of Hands unless you’re in dire straits. This is due to the 60 min cooldown and depleting your mana.

Last I want to inform everyone the benefit of SoW and +spell damage gear, which provides a different approach in grinding. Just activate SoW and can spam consecrate. The mana return can allow you to provide an additional damage. If you add +spell damage gear, you can use a low rank consecrate to provide a mana efficient method of damage. This is because consecrate receives a huge coefficient from +spell damage gear.

**Iloveari will use reflection damage only, I personally spam consecrate on every cooldown. Then switch between Seal of Light and Seal of wisdom depending on your health/mana needs.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Misc. Tips:

  • Make sure SoL/SoW is up at ALL times.
  • Make sure the mobs are in front of you whenever possible. This is because you cannot block (or parry?) when the attacker is behind you.
  • Make sure you are continuously swinging. If the one you are targeting is running away, swing at another one till it comes back or you are in range.
  • Judge SoL/SoW when your needing extra health/mana.

(Updated 12/14/07)


AOE Grinding Video:
Duskwallow Murlocs:

This new video is Iloveari level 35 pally taking on 16 murlocs 4-6 at a time in one continuous fight.

NOTE: This video is not an example of the real grinding technique, this just shows how tough you can be. It’s just for entertainment purposes. For normal grinding you only want to kill 3-4 at a time (or whatever you find your personal threshold to be that allows you to finish with full mana/health).

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About Illoveari’s gear in the video:

1.The only two items that matter are:

a.My shield is Vile Protector which is the easiest decent shield before the SM shield at 39.

b.It has a Iron shield spike.

c.My weapon is Sword of Omen, which is accessible at 33 for horde

(Updated 12/14/07)


Grinding Spots:
Below are hot spots areas to AoE grind, however there not all of them. If there is a spot missing, please let me know I will update the guide accordingly.

Level 35-38: Duskwallow Marsh: Murlocs.
Ah, my favorite spot. This camp is what made me love Pally AoE. There is probably 30 or so murlocs that are all melee and have no special abilities except for a snare which you can ignore. My record for this camp was 15 in one fight, 4-6 at a time as they kept fleeing and bringing adds. If you clear the camp hop down the hill and kill a few down there but watch out because they cast a disease that is annoyingly mana inefficient to keep cleansing off yourself.

Level 40-42: Badlands: Earth Elementals, Ogres, Troggs.
Another great area, I especially love the elementals because they drop such nice vendor trash, but oh boy are those dual wielding ogres great. I wish I just had a camp with a hundred of those that I could pull 10 at a time.

Level 41-43: Murloc Cave in Swamp of Sorrows but watch out for swamp talker, he’s 50 and a Caster. – Drpancake

Level 45-48: Tanaris: Pirates
If the pirate area is too crowded go to Feralas. 4(3)-46 is a great time to AoE the Woodpaws there, 46-48 you can do the Frayfeather Skystormers, and then go to the Harpies there from 48-50.

Level 46-48: Tanaris: Ogres.

Level 48-51: (after the pirates in Tanaris) is the Thistleshrubs in the southwest corner of Tanaris. -Ruaj

Level 48-50: Blasted Lands, Nethergarde Miners. This is a horde only group, but if you are horde I highly recommend it. Lots of easy non-fleeing humanoids that drop coin and respawn well, and also a few mining nodes for your pleasure.

Level 50-51: Sorrow Hill, WPL — Undead mobs

Level 52: Dalson’s Tears in WPL (It is the second farmstead east of Tirisfal)

Level 53-54: Felstone Field, WPL — Undead mobs

Level 48-51: (after the pirates in Tanaris) is the Thistleshrubs in the southwest corner of Tanaris

50-60 is just straight up Plaguelands, its just the best place. However, because it can get crowded, there are alternatives to the Undead there. From 54-60 you can AoE the Scarlet Lumberjacks with little interference, and theres always the famous 52-60 Eastern Dire Maul Lashers.

Level 54-56: “The cave in the northern part of Iron Tree Woods in Felwood. Level 54ish mobs that don’t hit very hard, are bunched fairly near together, and have a chance to drop living essences which sell nice.” – Waricelm

Level 66+: You can do this from 66-70 for great exp, plus amazing faction turn ins. Head on out to Blade Mountains and go to Deaths Door. Here are the notable mobs to kill, plus what they do:

Death’s Might
These are Felguard looking mobs. They Mortal Strike. They are the most abundant mob in this little area so learning how to deal with them is key. Ideally you can do anywhere from 4-8 of them at once. 8 is pushing it… 5 is the best bet for safety.

Death’s Watch
These are eye looking things. They Mind Flay (or something similar) you. If you pull one of these in an AoE just single target this one down while Consecrating the rest.

Void Hound
There are a few of these, you don’t have to ever fight them really.. but in the off chance you do pull one they flame breath, but more importantly do a small punt back (which will interrupt your casting). Make sure these die first if you happen to get one in an AoE pull.

Death Forge Oversmith
These you will probably pull one or two of when you kill the smaller techie fellas. They aren’t dangerous until you get them down to 30%, when they start forcing toxic stuff out their body (they emote this). Either stun them or run, as they will explode on the ground a movement slowing aoe poison sludge.

Deathforge Technicians
These guys are abundant in the southern area.. single target killing the Oversmiths then pulling these for AoE goodness. Only 6-7 is recommended, as they steal your armor (about 3k worth of armor) and Life Leech you when they get low. One at a time this isn’t a problem, but 5-6 and you get problems.

Now, notice nothing in this zone except the Void Hounds will interrupt your casting. This is crucial. However Death Mights will MS you, which makes healing a PITA.

Black Temple area: Need recommendations

(Updated 12/14/07)


AoE Starter Build from level 35-60
Here is a starter build. If you have a special build in mind, feel free to suggest it and I’ll add it to the list! Please explain your choices!

0/26/0 (Level 35)
The base. Has the most important things. You can swap 3 Toughness into Imp HoJ if you like, you can drop BoK if you like. The important parts are Redoubt/Shield Spec, Reckoning, and Blessing of Sanctuary.

0/36/0 (Level 40)
Get Holy shield asap

10/31/0 (Level 50)
Spiritual Focus directly after getting Holy Shield. Very nice for level 50.

10/41/0 (Level 60)

Avenger’s Shield and Spiritual Focus, that way you can swap to Concentration Aura and cast uninterrupted heals when you need to. An excellent build for 60. Remember that Avenger’s Shield has a minimum range of 8 yards and a cast time, so you won’t be using it during an AoE fight. However, it is nice for pulling and hitting runners.

*The last 10 points can be used to your discretion. I personally would continue to put points into the protection tree (i.e. Stoicism, Spell Warding, Combat Expertise, etc.). This will benefit you as an AoE grinder and tank effectively.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Other AoE Builds
13/48/0 (level 70)
Heavy protection with an increase in healing

**I removed a lot of the builds listed from the original guide. This was due to the links were broken or the link was garbled. If you have a build you would like to add please let me know. I will update the guide.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Protection Build

0/48/13 – A standard protection build

(Updated 12/14/07)

Retribution Build
5/8/48 – A PVP Retribution build
This build is strictly PVP which pursuit of Justice and eye for an eye.

5/11/45 – A PVE Retribution build
A standard PVE build

(Updated 12/14/07)


Notable Gear:
I am only listing a few of the multitude of excellent items out there. I don’t plan on spending much time on this part, but this is just to give you an idea of what to look for. Remember, proc chances multiply when you have multiple mobs hitting you. 5 mobs hitting you makes a 3% chance to proc into 15% chance.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Thrash Blade
Flurry Axe

The weapon proc chance does not use one of the reckoning charges. You can potentially get three swings at once.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Crusader and Lifestealing would really be great, fiery not bad either. I have read that since procs per minute are based on weapon speed, and reckoning are extra swings, the proc rates double when reckoning is up…however I haven’t seen this “proven”. Regardless, extra heals and damage is always good no matter what.
Also if you are cheap, you might consider as it is an easy quest to do and a neat little extra bit of damage.
Another useful thing is a weapon chain, as SoL doesn’t work when you are disarmed! Normally you’d have to avoid mobs such as the bloodsail swashbucklers in STV, but with a weapon chain they are fair game!

** I will update this section later (12/17/2007)

There are a numerous amount of consumables/elixirs/flasks that can be used while your leveling but I am going to notate only a few.

  • Healing Potions
  • Mana Potions
  • Rejuvation Potions
  • Arcane Elixir:Level 37. Increases spell damage by up to 20 for 30 min.
  • Elixir of Mastery: lev 50. Increases all stats by 15 for 1 hour
  • Earthen Elixir: lev 50. Prevents up to 20 damage done by a physical or magical attack for 1 hour
  • Elixir of Fortitude: lev 50. Increases maximum health by 250 and restores 10 health every 5 seconds for 1 hour.
  • Flask of Blinding Light: lev 65. Increases spell damage caused by Arcane, Holy and Nature spells by up to 80 for 2 hrs. Counts as both a Battle and Guardian elixir. This effect persists through death.

(Updated 12/14/07)


Shield Spikes:
Shield spikes are a benefit to the AoE grinding as you will be blocking a whole lot, especially when you get holy shield and double it with redoubt. Here are your choices:

Iron Shield Spike: deals 11-16(?) damage every time you block with it.
Mithril Shield Spike: deals 16-20 damage every time you block with it.
Thorium Shield Spike: deals 20-30 damage every time you block with it.
Felsteel Shield Spike: deals 26-38 damage every time you block with it.

(Updated 12/14/07)

Source: World Of Warcraft Paladin Forum


32 Responses to “AOE Protection Guide”

  1. 1 V August 1, 2007 at 4:04 am

    In the section “Misc. Tips” on the 7th row you write “I am level 42 in this video.” but there is no link to the video.
    Can you please post it?

  2. 2 jeronimo September 30, 2007 at 9:57 am

    also after 35 where I should spend my talents ??

  3. 3 Unoti October 12, 2007 at 7:02 pm

    After 35, work towards getting holy shield and improved holy shield, and 1 hand weapon damage.

    The thistleshrub grind spot blows for level 48. They root you all the time. I find it mentally draining to try to grind there, where the pirates for 45-48 were great fun. I’d rather quest than try to hunt those turkeys. Looking for a better spot, will try harpies in feralas. The 47ish dunemaul ogres in tanaris are ok, but many of them are casters and 2-handers, which isn’t so hot, and they aren’t numerous enough for my taste.

  4. 4 Teddy October 24, 2007 at 2:53 am (15min CD) (30min)
    They’re not worth getting if you just wanna lvl straight up, no breaks, no fun. But in the undead area in wpl where I am atm, I’m pulling up 8-11 mobs, making these trinkets respectively do 3600-4950 and 2000-2750 dmg. I suggest wearing 1 at the time and keep your uthers strength in.

    If you bring 10 barbequed buzzard wings to STV you can pretty easy. I solo’d both giants at 46, also 10k xp.

  5. 5 Pushtigban October 25, 2007 at 11:45 am

    At 52 a great spot for leveling is Dalson’s Tears in WPL. It is the second farmstead east of Tirisfal. Almost entirely undead except for a few scarlet crusade by the barn. Also, as far as I can tell, except for maybe the scarlet crusade guys, and some fearing mob in the barn, all melee. The zombies have a couple diseases, but if you only bother to cleanse the long one, it doesn’t matter. And SoL/JoL keeps up with it fine. Doing pulls of 4 or 5 there, and only stopping to drink every 2-4 pulls, I never ran out of mobs.

  6. 6 Srinivas November 27, 2007 at 2:32 am

    I thought this is of age of empires…

  7. 7 DooM November 28, 2007 at 4:45 am

    If you want to go mass grinding then you should go full prot. I have taken out 18 LvL70 demon hunters in SMV (On top of black temple) in one go. While your guide is great for leveling I have to disagree with the builds you have put up. They are some what erratic

    This is a great AoE grinding build in my opinion

    Use Retribution aura and Blessing of Sanctuary with Holy shield. Spam Consecrate switching between Seal of Light and Seal of wisdom depending on your health/mana needs.

    Can do this all day or until your durability hits 0 🙂

  8. 8 Salud December 28, 2007 at 3:28 pm

    I have update the AOE guide similiar (if not the same) as Got Paladins.

    Any errors you see, let me know. I will correct them

  9. 9 Lorgarn January 2, 2008 at 2:46 am

    Hi, i found this guide while googling “Protection paladin aoe grind spot”, and boy am i glad i did that. I found this awesome guide, i admire youre work alot. Although, there something that might be added. I know its lazy, i know its simple to find out but what i was thinking about is that you might put some coords to every “lvl aoe spot”. Maybe a map to show exactly where to go?

    Otherwise from that – Awesome guide!

    thanks alot,
    Lorgarn – Neptulon

  10. 10 Bill January 21, 2008 at 2:01 am

    Oh hey, found an amazing potion for leveling prot!

  11. 11 robert king January 31, 2008 at 11:34 am

    im realy crazy about haveing good gear. and i realy love this site.
    any way here is what i have put togethor on gear i would use for aoeing with hardcore stuff i favor more return damage more so then heals faster they go down less heals you have to cast on self you do the math.
    my idea here was to get best i could get and some are 70 stuff as you can see and i think would ballace out the lack of some of it not being for 70.
    ive also have qustion is aiming pureing for blocking rateing any thing to make your blocks better. for example lets say that are blocking is high enofe to the point were the atttacker dos 100 damage per hit and you reduce that bye 50% in just over all armor not counting other stuff so basicy what if you could leech back more life then damage is being taken that would make you like god like.

  12. 12 Ogura February 10, 2008 at 9:43 am

    Hello first off all thx for the great guide i leveled from 20 to 53 pretty fast becouse off this guide 😀 now i would like to see some more gear tips easy to get gear ect in TBC iam lvl 53 atm so iam getting close 😀 its not gonna be hard gearing up since i just enter Kara and get gear but i would like to gear up during leveling towards it. But one last time great guide keep making stuff like this 😀

  13. 13 Parmenion March 12, 2008 at 7:28 pm

    Shields…hmmm Ok I have two shields that my be of interest to fellow pallies. Bare in mind I use them for AOE grinding not for tanking. My first shield and my flashiest is my Reactive Force Disk. Basically when it procs it fires out lightning to any nearby mobs as I have a high block rate this shield goes nuts. 30-50 lightning bolts slamming into the mobs makes good dps and its a lot of fun. Does break frequently but easy to repair. Its an engineering shield that you can get at level 60.

    Sporegarr Shield. Nice way to dot up your mobs.. Every mob it blocks it drops a dot on them. I often frequently change between shields for that lil extra dps. Helps kill mobs that run away too.
    Nice tip this shield states it dots when it blocks an attack so those ranged mobs that hit you(non magical) it can dot them up. Killed a noob hunter this way once. Wouldnt want to try it for real tho they would umm err make a mess of me. But for Pve its a very nice shield

    Lower levels check out shields that have interesting procs there arent many but Im sure you can find some really good stuff out there ( a flame shield of some kind)

    Weapons with spell damage is really useful here. you can pick up an awsome sword for only 120g in the ah thats spell damage and shield block which is just gravy. Name escapes me atm

    Consumables….ok theres a few thats been missed
    Heres one…go to ungoro crater and collect some crystals. You wont always have a druid around to cast thorns on you and you can use the crystal quest again and again to give u that xtra dps boost. Its not much like 15 xtra dmg per blow but hey 30 mobs beating on you makes a very nice boost in dps.

    Hope that helps you guys out a lil bit. If you hear the sound of thunder in the nearby area going off like a machine gun, chances are its a protection pally with a reactive force disk.

  14. 14 PeeWee March 28, 2008 at 12:17 pm

    The cave in Swamp of Sorrows is a TERRIBLE grind spot for AOE paladins.

    Oracle – Casters
    Inkspewers – Runners

    And above all, they’re murlocs.


  15. 15 Rks April 8, 2008 at 7:40 am

    I do agree with you that the Murloc cave isn’t great, however I think 59.27 grinding Lost Ones (lvl34-36) is quite good aswell. One of the mobs has a debuff which spawns 2 lvl25 mobs, which are excellent for proccing reckoning since they hardly hurt you otherwise. I’d recommend leaving them alive to kill themselves on your shield spike.

    To the above poster, I’d normally say that runners arn’t a bad thing provided they’re melee mobs, however casters most definitely are problematic.

    I’d also recommend getting a couple of 70 friends to run you through SM and Maraudon as you level, since both instances have multiple excellent drops for AoE grinding paladins.

  16. 16 GreatCzarsGhost May 22, 2008 at 6:27 pm

    Another great way to do some damage to mobs around you is from the fishing/cooking professions. I cook up a delicious fish entrée called Stormchops. For 30 minutes after consuming these delights a arc of lighting will randomly generate from your body to hit any mob that is agroed on you. The damage seems to be from 35 to about 750 with most shots doing around 300 to 400 damage. The arcs spark off about every 10 seconds or there abouts. The only restriction to use is that you have to be level 55 or higher. Most guilds have people who fish and cook so you can ask for someone to make this for you or look in the AH. On my server a stack of 20 Stormchops runs for about 15 gold and they go pretty fast. Here’s the Throttbot page for then and by the way, buffs from food do stack with just about all other buffs such as potions and armor but do not stack with other food buffs.

  17. 17 Night June 3, 2008 at 1:37 pm

    i disagree with the level 60 build in the AoE Starter Build from level 35-60 section this is the build i recommend its the one i used and it works great in hellfire over in outlands u will find it nice and easy to solo mobs 2 levels higher than you, as u go up finish putting points into combat expertise till u have 5/5 than put 2/2 into sacred duty and that takes you to level 65. the reason i dont use spiritual focus is because you have shielding spells incase you need an unintrupted healing cast if you get to low on health
    that would be the only time u need to use a healing spell any ways.. its worked out really well for me at level 60 and i waznt even fully geared with outlands gear

  18. 18 Taylor June 7, 2008 at 8:03 pm

    Where are the Murlocs in Dustwallow marsh!?!?!? All i see in the area is undead!!!!

  19. 19 Llama June 9, 2008 at 8:23 pm

    Ever since they re-did the quests in Dustwallow Marsh, the easier Murlocs have been replaced by undeads.

  20. 20 Iloveari July 8, 2008 at 1:49 pm

    I’m so happy to see my guide still helping people! Man it seems like forever since I threw this thing together, and it just keeps on growing!

    Yes indeed, they took my precious murlocs away in the duskwallow revamp 😦

    Thanks for updating it! Happy to see it is still helping people!

  21. 21 Salud July 8, 2008 at 2:00 pm

    Anytime. Let me know if you plan on modifying your guide in the upcoming expansion.

  22. 22 smitadin July 15, 2008 at 11:16 am

    hey guys! just lettin u know that dippin into holy to get spirit focus and the imp flash of light/holy light talent is a great idea. it jumps your mobs pulled by at least 5 mobs. with this build u only have to use/judge seal of wisdom the whole time while using your highest level of consecrate/holy shield without going oom. it also allows u to save your bubbles. with the imp flash of light/holy light, u dont have to use seal of light either.

    more mana regen = more non reflective damage = faster dead mobs 🙂

  23. 23 Miles August 18, 2008 at 11:54 am

    Hey I was wondering what level would be the lowest to start this type of soloing? In other words, what spells/skills are the most necessary to begin? Thanks!

  24. 24 holynazi August 23, 2008 at 7:48 pm

    the first vid has to be at least lvl 40 since you get holy shield at 40 IF you spec prot the whole way. other than that good guide. very basic but short and to the point

  25. 25 duuptjeh September 30, 2008 at 9:08 am

    first, thx for a great guide.
    Second, just wanted to add a great lvl 61-65 grinding spot for real fast lvl’ing. Temple of Thelhamat (Hfp) 3 groups of crows you can aggro there, by the time you killed the third group, the first group will have respawned.
    Downside, terrible loot.

  26. 26 bob October 7, 2008 at 4:12 pm

    does anyone know what that addon is int he video that shows text when skills are used?

  27. 27 RB April 24, 2009 at 3:32 pm

    I started using this method at lv 25 and it works just fine. You do have to eat and drink a lot without access to the higher talent tiers but easily can take 4-7 same-slightly higher level things at a time and make fast work of kill quests for great xp. I have herbalism and the HoT you get with it makes is very nice at these lower levels.

  28. 28 Lamesu January 5, 2010 at 5:53 pm

    I noticed that all of the talent build links are redirected to a blank list of talents. You may want to put up the builds, again. Thanks.

  29. 29 Kanzaki March 10, 2010 at 1:48 am

    Agree, great guide except that all the talent links are broken heh. Basically everything I have read has great info but no talent specs cause the posts are so old. The strategy seems to still work, it is just a matter of choosing talents now heh.

  30. 30 Bruno Sacco June 29, 2010 at 12:37 am

    Nice guide, I have 2 Palading, one tank and another retri.
    Will do another one using this guide.

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