Seals of Command

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Not to be confused with [Seal of Command].
Seals of Command
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  • Seals of Command (1 rank)
  • Retribution, Tier 4
  • Your Seal of Righteousness, Seal of Truth, and Seal of Justice now also deal 7% weapon damage when triggered. In addition, your Seal of Righteousness now hits all enemy targets within melee range.
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Seals of Command is a Tier 4 Retribution paladin talent. It causes an additional 7% weapon damage as Holy damage whenever your [Seal of Righteousness], [Seal of Truth] and [Seal of Justice] are triggered. It also causes Seal of Righteousness to hit all enemy targets within melee range.


Seals of Command is triggered in response to damage from [Seal of Righteousness], [Seal of Truth] or [Seal of Justice]. This includes:

  • Damage caused by [Judgment].
  • Additional damage generated from melee attacks by Seal of Righteousness and Seal of Justice. When Seal of Righteousness causes damage to multiple targets, Seals of Command has a chance to be triggered from each instance.
  • Additional damage generated from single-target attacks by Seal of Truth.

Presumably due to a bug, Seals of Command does not currently proc 100% of the time. Actual proc rates vary, but usually fall between 50-75%.

While Seals of Command is a Retribution talent, it can be useful for tanking when combined with [Righteous Fury]. The "splash"-damage from [Seal of Righteousness] will help keeping aggro on several mobs, especially if combined with AoE-spells such as [Consecration] and [Holy Wrath].

This talent is similar to the former [Seal of Command], applying its functionality to other seals.

Patch changes

  • Mists of Pandaria Patch 5.0.4 (2012-08-28): Removed.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.2.0 (2011-06-28): Now makes Seal of Righteousness hit an unlimited number of melee targets, instead of only 2 additional targets.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.6 (2011-02-08): Will no longer trigger twice on each swing with Seal of Truth.
  • Cataclysm Patch 4.0.1 (2010-10-12): Added. Replaces [Seal of Command].

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