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Blessing of Kings
Spell magic magearmor
  • Blessing of Kings
  • 30 yards  range
  • 6% of Base Mana
  • Instant cast
  • Places a Blessing on the friendly target, increasing strength, agility, stamina and intellect stats by 5% for 60 min and increasing all resistances by x. Players may only have one Blessing on them per Paladin at any one time.
Usable by
ClassPaladin
Properties
TypeUtility
SchoolHoly
CooldownNone/Global Cooldown
Talents
TalentedNo
Related buff
Spell magic magearmor
  • Magic
  • Blessing of Kings
  • Increases strength, agility, stamina and intellect stats by 5% and all resistances by x.
  • Duration: 60 minutes.

Blessing of Kings is baseline Protection spell learned at level 20.

Greater Blessing of Kings

OLD DATA: Greater Blessing of King was removed in Patch 4.0, Blessing of Kings now affects all raid members. Paladins also have Greater Blessings, which includes a Greater Blessing of Kings which can be learned (purchased) from the Class Trainer. Each Greater Blessing affects all players of the targeted class within your party or raid and lasts for 30 minutes (as of patch 2.2).

Each Greater Blessing you cast requires the reagent Symbol of Kings which can be purchased at any reagent vendor.

Notes

  • Blessing of Kings applies its bonus to stats after all other buffs and auras on the target are added, making the cumulative effect potentially greater than any other class buff.
  • Blessing of Kings is not as effective as it was before TBC; gear then mainly boosted primary attributes: strength, agility, intellect, spirit and stamina. Itemization since TBC emphasizes secondary attributes such as attack power, critical strike rating, and spell damage, which are not directly improved by Blessing of Kings.
  • In PvP, it is usually the best blessing for any class, as having high stamina is vital in surviving enemy players' attacks.
  • Friendly boss characters (like capital faction leaders and the 2 generals in Alterac Valley, Vanndar Stormpike and Drek'thar) are immune to Blessing of Kings, perhaps because the added bonus would be too strong on those NPCs.
  • Since this blessing has only one rank, it's possible for a low level (20+) paladin to give this buff to random level 80 players while retaining the same level of usefulness - unlike, for example, Blessing of Might.

Cataclysm

Cataclysm This section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.

Blessing of Kings and [Greater Blessing of Kings] will no longer boost Spirit with Cataclysm.[1]

Patch changes

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