Welcome to our Hearthstone Paladin guide! This brief article will help you get started with Paladin and provide some tips and tricks for playing this class.
If you’re new to the game or just need a refresher on how things work, check out our beginner’s Hearthstone Paladin guide.
But first, let’s start with an introduction to the Paladin class to help you decide if it’s something that you want to play with.
Introduction to Paladin Class
The Paladin class is represented by Uther Lightbringer.
Paladins are the virtuous Warrior-like healers of Hearthstone. While primarily a melee class, Paladins also come equipped with a host of spells and minions that can assist with damage, heals, or buffs making them a very well-rounded class to play.
The Paladin’s hero power functions slightly differently than other hero powers in that instead of damaging an opponent or healing yourself/minions, you summon a 1/1 Silver Hand Recruit.
Since board control is often the name of the game, the ability to summon a minion – even a weak one can mean winning the game if used strategically.
One of the Paladin’s strengths is the buffs he can offer to his minions and defenders.
The Paladin has a choice of standard raid buffs that are pretty decent cards for the mana cost.
Some of the buffs available to Paladins include Blessing of Wisdom, Blessing of Kings, and Blessing of Might.
The Paladin lacks straight-up power damage cards but makes up for that with utility and a good selection of offensive options.
The paladin class is more known for its healing and removal abilities. If you’re looking to build a deck that focuses on these two aspects of the game, a Paladin deck will be right up your alley!
And so, while Paladins lack in many areas, they make up for it with their ability to heal themselves out of sticky situations.
This makes them an ideal choice for someone new to Hearthstone who wants something simple and easy-to-play but still has some complexity in terms of strategy and gameplay.
Popular Paladin Cards in Hearthstone
Paladin cards are those you’ll see played by Paladins and other classes that use the Paladin class. Paladin cards are varied in their function, but they all revolve around healing and buffing your minions.
Some of the best paladin cards (basic) include:
- Blessing of Kings – Gives one of your minions +4 attack and +4 health! This is great if you want to take down a tougher opponent
- Equality – This card will change the value of ALL minion HP to 1. Used with Consecration this can wipe out pretty much all minions except those protected by Divine Shields.
- Consecration – Deal 2 damage for every minion that attacked this turn. This can be great if there are a lot of minions on one side or another!
Best Paladin Decks
1. Murloc Paladin
Murloc Paladin is a deck that uses the synergy of low-cost minions and powerful synergies. It has aggressive gameplay, but some of its cards can easily be used in other decks too.
If you want to get into Hearthstone and don’t want to spend money on packs, this is a good place to start.
2. Midrange Paladin
This deck revolves around playing mid-game minions that have high stats or abilities like Tirion Fordring which makes your other minions stronger when they attack together while also dealing damage by itself!
Or Equality combos with Consecration so you can clear away enemy board if needed!
You can also use Truesilver Champion after buffing up its stats using Blessing of Kings or Lightfused Stegodon’s Divine Shield ability then attack for lots of damage!
Example of a Mid-Range Paladin Deck
When creating a Paladin deck, you need to think about what kind of deck you want to use.
A Mid-Range deck is one where your cards are stronger than the average card, but they’re not too expensive and they don’t have any very weak ones either.
A Control deck is when you have many cards that are stronger than the average card, but it also contains some cheap bad cards too so that your opponent can’t get past them.
For example, a holy Mid-Range Paladin list would contain all of these cards:
- Holy Maki Roll
- Knight of Anointment
- Battle Vicar
- Hold The Bridge
- Righteous Defense
- Shimmering Sunfish
- Kotori Lightblade
- The Leviathan
- Cariel Roame
- Lightforged Cariel
- The Garden’s Grace
But also don’t forget to learn about the Paladin Secrets, how to use them and how to counter a Paladin by detecting them.
Conclusion: Playing a Paladin in Hearthstone
This article has been written with the intention of helping you get a better understanding of how to play a Paladin in Hearthstone.
We hope that by reading it, you can learn more about this class and why it’s so popular among players of all levels!
Hearthstone is a dynamic game that’s constantly being updated and changed.
These tips will help you get better at playing Paladin, but it’s important to keep learning and keep experimenting to find new tricks and combos.
You can’t become a great Hearthstone player by reading a guide or watching some videos—you have to play the game.
Try out different decks, practice your abilities, and have fun!
If you need more help with Hearthstone, check out these other guides we’ve written:
- Hearthstone Shaman Guide
- Hearthstone Warlock Guide
- Hearthstone Hunter Guide
- Hearthstone Mercenaries Tier List
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