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Blessing of Kings

Last updated on Jan 06, 2016 at 19:36 by Sottle 19 comments

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Blessing of Kings is a Paladin-only spell. 2 copies of this card are given to you when you reach Level 10 with Paladin. Later, when you reach Level 49 and 50 with that class, you get a golden version of this card. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.

1. General Comments

Blessing of Kings is an extremely efficient buff card. It can be used both to make efficient trades on the board and to create a lot of pressure on your opponent. When using Blessing of Kings, avoid using it on a card that cannot attack immediately, since you will open yourself up to hard removal from your opponent.

2. Constructed Play

Blessing of Kings is fantastic in minion heavy Aggro or Midrange Paladin decks. Since Paladin has been granted more quality early-game options in the form of Shielded Minibot and Muster for Battle, you will be able to secure a target for this card on turn 4 more often, making it much more effective.

3. Arena

Blessing of Kings is a strong card in Arena that can create favourable trades, or mount a lot of pressure on your opponent. However, there is a danger that Paladins get too clogged in the 4-Mana spot due to numerous other cards being available such as Truesilver Champion, Keeper of Uldaman, and Consecration. Due to this, it may sometimes be correct to take another high quality minion over a Blessing of Kings.

4. Icy Veins Decks that Contain this Card

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