One of the more important things that you will want to consider is which Blessing you should use.
As a PvP Paladin, your Blessings are one of your main strengths, so you want to make sure that you are using them properly.
Wisdom vs. Might
The two most commonly used PvP Paladin Blessings will be Wisdom and Might, and these will often be the most requested from your teammates.
When it comes to Paladin skills, you need to think about what your role in the fight is.
However, if your specific PvP Paladin style involves more melee combat, then you can use the extra attack power boost from Blessing of Might.
Don’t forget to use your Paladin PvP talents to improve the Blessings that you use most often.
In PvP scenarios where you or a teammate need to make a quick getaway from opponents, such as being the flag carrier in Warsong, then Blessing of Freedom is a PvP Paladin spell that should not be ignored.
This Blessing can remove most movement impairing effects.
This can allow you or another flag carrier to dash away easily (particularly Druids and Shamans that have the faster travel form).
However, remember that this PvP Paladin Blessing only lasts 15 seconds, so you will need to reapply it or another Blessing as often as needed.
Blessing of Sacrifice is one of the PvP Paladin spells that is often overlooked and underused.
For example, cast it on the primary damage takers or an important team member like your healer.
This will allow you to use your Paladin armor to take on damage that would kill a lesser player.
Not to mention the fact that it makes most forms of crowd control unusable on you.
For example, if you get sheeped by a PvP Mage and then someone hits the player with your Paladin PvP Blessing of Sacrifice, the resulting damage that you take will break the polymorph.
You are now back in the fight and your teammate is still protected.
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