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Shadow Priest Rotation and Priorities
This section of the Shadow Priest guide provides an overview of all spec abilities, when and how to use them. The author of this guide is
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Rotation & Abilities
Macros & Addons
M+ and Raids
Baseline Shadow Priest Abilities
- Halts your descent from madness, stoping the drain of
, dealing massive amount of damage to an enemy during a brief period of time. Usable only during
Damage Dealing Abilities
- Instant cast damage spell that applies a damage over time effect, dealing shadow damage to the target.
- Damage over time spell that deals shadow damage to the target and heals the caster based on its damage.
- Deals damage and generates
- Channeled spell that deals shadow damage over time and generates small amounts of
- Deals shadow damage to enemies with low health and generates
- Deals small amounts of damage to all targets affected by
- Instant cast spell that deals shadow damage to the target, generates
and extends the duration of
on all nearby targets
- Summons a guardian to damage your foes for a small amount of time.
- Enter a shadowy form, increasing all shadow damage dealt and reducing physical damage taken.
Defensive Abilities and Cooldowns
- Pacifies you, reducing all incoming damage by a large amount of stopping the drain of
and the increase of
- Reduces all threat, making enemies less likely to attack you.
- Places a shield on the target.
- Attempt to interrupt spell cast from a target and silencing it for a brief period of time.
- Heals the target for a high amount of HP, but leaving a damage over time effect for half that amount on it. The DoT effect is consumed by damage taken by the target.
- Converts part of all single-target damage dealt into healing to you and other allies for a brief duration.
- Controls the mind of the target, allowing you to control its actions.
- Removes a benefitial magic effect from an enemy.
- Removes a disease effect from an ally.
- Removes all magical effects from both allies and enemies in a radius.
- Fears all enemies around you for a small period of time.
- Paralyzes an undead enemy for a large period of time.
- Levitates the target, causing it float in the air and reduces fall speed.
- View the world through the target's eyes.
- Critical strike ticks from
generate an apparition that flies over the target, dealing small amount of damage.
- Activated by
, twists your
, increasing further its bonus to shadow damage, granting access to
, reducing the cooldown from
and increasing your haste for every second you spend in this form. Your
will start draining increasingly the longer you stay in this form, which is ended by reaching 0
deals damage to a target affected by
it also deals damage to all other targets around it, generating
per target hit.
You should maintain
at all times. This is automatically applied when you exit voidform, but can be manually activated if needed.
As a Shadow Priest, you will be casting abilities which generate Insanity, and when you reach 100 Insanity, you can activate
which then affects your spell priorities.
is the ability which activates
increases all damage dealt by 20%, reduces the cooldown on Mind Blast by 3 seconds, and grants an additional 1% Haste every 1 sec. The Haste buff persists for a minute after Voidform ends; Voidform will end when your Insanity rapidly drains to 0.
, Void Form can be activated at 65 Insanity instead.
(On all targets)
(On all targets)
(If target will die
(On all targets)
(On all targets)
4-6 Targets alive for 15+ seconds
4+ Targets alive for < 15 seconds
Surrender To Madness
You want to use
as soon as possible to prolong your final Voidform. You also will want to pop
after your second
, current simulations show this talent should only be taken on short fights.
The rotation will change slightly from the regular groove you're use to. Once you hit ~130% haste
will be out of sync so your rotation outside of
Essentially you will be casting
every other GCD.
For Solo Questing
As a shadow priest you use have a lot of survivability and could face tank quite a lot of damage. Unfortunately with the release of legion, much has changed. You'll have to make extensive use of
while questing. If you take
you can face tank quite a bit of damage is recommended when soloing 40m+ elites.
Tier 19 2 piece -
each time they deal damage
Tier 19 4 piece - For 6 sec after activating Voidform, the cooldown on
is reduced by 100%
This doesn't really change the rotation other than you want to spam
everytime you go into
: Doesn't Change the rotation
: Doesn't Change the rotation.
: Works well with
: Potential use on heavy movement fights
: While this doesn't necessarily change the rotation, you will still need to cast
every 10 seconds to proc
should always be popped in
, doesn't change the rotation
: Doesn't effect the rotation since you regularly cast
, in rare situations it is worth holding off casting
, such as Bloods on Tich.
stops all insanity loss while channeling it. It scales excellently with Haste and should be used when you have extremely high haste from either
, or a proc. A special note about
, when used your current Insanity drain rate is snapshotted, for 4 seconds you channel this spell, you gain stacks of
, but do not gain the increase in degeneration. It's best to use this at the beginning of your
cycle even without procs unless you know stuff will be coming up before it is off CD.
: Summons a pet to attack your target for 12 seconds with a 3m cooldown. Best used when you have a lot of haste that will last the 12 seconds.
: The big personal cooldown for shadow. Baseline it's at 60% damage reduction. Lasts 6 seconds on a 2m cooldown (90s with Artifact traits). Also, stops all insanity loss and stops
stacks increasing while it's active. Very useful for surviving things that would otherwise kill you. It's also useful if you need to extend
a few more seconds while waiting for
to come off of CD or you have to move for a mechanic.
: Drops all threat for 10 seconds, 30 seconds cooldown. Should be used on the pull since it doesn't trigger the GCD as well as anytime you accidentally pull threat.
: Place a shield on the target, good for a little bit of self-healing when needed. Great for movement phases if you have nothing else.
: The raid wide cooldown for shadow. For 12 seconds you heal a target for a percent of the damage that you do. Talents and a Legendary item can increase this effect. Highly recommended to only use during Voidform. Should use when the healing is needed or it's called for.
: While largely useless in Raid/Dungeon instances, in the open world this spell allows you to control a target for 1m, allowing you to use their skills however you do not control your character while doing this. If taking the
talent it gives you a pseudo pet for the duration, very helpful when soloing outdoor content.
: The area of effect fear. This is on a 1m cooldown that makes up to 5 targets flee for 8 seconds. Usually, a last ditch survival resort and should never be used in a Dungeon/Raid.
s all magical effects in a 10 yard radius for up to 10 allies or 1 beneficial magic effect from up to 10 enemies. Should use when your group is suffering from a debuff.
a beneficial magic effect from the target enemy. Should be used when needed.
: Purifies a disease from a friendly target. Should be used when needed.
: Shackle an undead target for 1m. Should be used as CC similar to
Mastering your Shadow Priest
Here are some tips and tricks you can use to squeeze out a bit extra DPS.
should be popped at 20 stacks of
. Ideally, this will get you to 40 stacks of Voidform (80% extra dot damage due to
You should use
with 12 seconds left on PI, preferably overlapping when you have 12 seconds of
Shadow Priests have quite a lot of mobility, be sure to stutter step with
as much as possible to minimize movement. For example moving to the left side of the room on Chronomatic Anaomaly on Mythic knowing the add will spawn there soon thus minimizing your movement.
At 4+ targets it is no longer worth using
as it is a DPS and an Insanity Per Second loss.
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