Paragon of Light — Paladin Card
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Paragon of Light is a Paladin-only minion. This card was introduced with from The Witchwood and can now only be obtained through crafting. Below the card images, you will find explanations to help you use the card optimally in every game mode of Hearthstone.
A 3 Mana 2/5 with Taunt and Lifesteal would be a incredibly powerful card, which makes Paragon of Light a tempting inclusion in any deck which can reliably add one Attack to its stat line. As Taunt and Lifesteal are defensive abilities, control decks seem like the natural home for Paragon of Light. However, aggro decks are typically much better suited to increasing the Attack of a minion.
Aggressive decks would rather play something which impacts the board more immediately on turn three (such as Void Ripper or Tar Creeper), while defensive decks will struggle to add one Attack this minion's body. This leaves Paragon of Light in an awkward position and without a home in current constructed decks.
A 3-Mana 2/5 is a reasonable stat line for any Arena deck in need of a 3-drop. Take Paragon of Light if you are ever in need of 3 drops, and take it highly if your deck already has several ways to increase a minion's Attack.
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