TopicWoW Classic Paladin Starter Build and Leveling Guide
Paladins are holy warriors of Azeroth that originate from the Order of the Knights of the Silver Hand, an organization that was created by Uther the Lightbringer after the First War against Orcs and secured Alliance's victory in the Second War against Orcs. They are one of two classes that can wear Plate Armor and, as a hybrid class, can fulfill all of the Holy Trinity roles, Tanking, Healing, and Damage Dealing during leveling. In the End Game, Paladins are usually relegated to the role of a Healer, as this is where they excel.
Leveling a Paladin is quite a task (some experienced Players even state that Paladin is a worse leveler than a Warrior), and requires a lot of dedication... or a partner. While Paladin is one of the worse solo levelers, he is also one of the best wingmen in a duo leveling setup. If you want to progress through levels efficiently as a Paladin, pair up with a Warlock, Warrior (in fact, this two bottom tier levelers - Warrior and Paladin - complement themselves very well, and a DPS Warrior + Holy Paladin is one of the strongest leveling combos in Classic). While in a group, Paladin provides one of the strongest buffs in the game in the form of Blessings and can channel group-wide auras.
In World PvP, leveling Paladins can pull their weight and can overpower other melee classes but struggle against Ranged enemies, because they lack strong CC and catch up abilities. In the End Game, Holy Paladins are regarded as the best PvP Healers, thanks to their resilience and strong toolkit.
This guide will aid you and your Paladin on your journey to level 60; it will help you choose a Race, present you with an optimal leveling Talent build, point you towards Dungeons and Quests that award worthwhile Ranged Weapons, provide some tips & tricks, and more.
The Best Paladin Races
As most of you know, Paladin is an Alliance-only Class in WoW Classic (Horde got access to the Class in The Burning Crusade Expansion, with the introduction of Blood Elves, and Taurens were allowed to become Paladins in Cataclysm). Moreover, there are no Draenei (who were also added in TBC). This leaves just two Race choices for aspiring Paladins: Humans and Dwarves, both of which bring some strong Racial Traits to the table.
Note: Please remember that a good Player will make all races work well, and a bad player will not get any better thanks to a Race choice. In other words - pick your Race as you please, because after all, Fun is the most important aspect of the Game.
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