Best Holy Priest Glyphs Patch 4.1

These are the best glyphs to use with your Holy Priest for Cataclysm and patch 4.1. I recommend using the talent build found here:  Best Holy Priest Talent Build Cataclysm Patch 4.1 if you don’t already have a build or for best results with these glyphs.

Prime Glyphs

  1. Glyph of Renew – Increases the amount healed by your Renew by an additional 10%.
  2. Glyph of Prayer of Healing – Your Prayer of Healing spell also heals an additional 20% of its initial heal over 6 sec.
  3. Glyph of Flash Heal – Increases the critical effect chance of your Flash Heal on targets at or below 25% health by 10%.

When doing your Prime Glyphs you can also consider Glyph of Lightwell, although I’ve found that when doing 5 man heroics a lot of players don’t use them so it depends on who you are playing with and what you are doing if that glyph can be useful to you.

Major Glyphs

  1. Glyph of Circle of Healing – Your Circle of Healing spell heals 1 additional target.
  2. Glyph of Prayer of Mending – The first charge of your Prayer of Mending heals for an additional 60%.
  3. Glyph of Holy Nova – Reduces the global cooldown of your Holy Nova by .5 sec.

When doing your Major Glyphs you might also want to consider Glyph of Fade as a possible glyph instead of Glyph of Holy Nova.

Minor Glyphs

  1. Glyph of Fading – Reduces the mana cost of your Fade spell by 30%.
  2. Glyph of Fortitude – Reduces the mana cost of your Power Word:  Fortitude spell by 50%.
  3. Glyph of Shadowfiend - Receive 5% of your maximum mana if your Shadowfiend dies from damage.
  4. Glyph of Levitate – Your Levitate spell no longer requires a reagent.

I’ve laid out four choices for your Minor Glyphs, although there are only three you can use.  The Minor Glyphs are more utility types of glyphs and it’s really up to what you want for these.  I’ve listed the four I’ve found to be most useful but feel free to exchange these with something else.

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