PVE TBC Holy Paladin Healing Guide (Short)


PVE TBC Holy Paladin Healing Guide (Short)

Paladin Guide

Patch: 2.4.3

Author: Legacy-WoW

PVE TBC Holy Paladin Healing Guide (Short)

TBC Paladin Guide


Welcome to our PVE Holy Paladin healing guide for WoW TBC. This guide will show you what you need to know to play a Holy Paladin in dungeons and raids. This guide covers everything from talents to consumables. 


This is the primary build for healing as a Holy Paladin in TBC. There isn’t much room for changes as most of these talents are required and don’t have any other decent options.

The only thing you could change would be dropping Improved Blessing of Might if another paladin has it in your raid group. You could then use the points to pick up Unyielding FaithToughnessPure of Heart or Purifying Power.

TBC Holy Paladin Build


Gems can change based on your build, equipment and caps. You may need to adjust your gems to account for your gear.


You may need to adjust your enchants to your gear. 

If you pick up enchanting you can benefit from Enchant Ring – Healing Power on both rings.


Below is a list of consumables which help in any raid.


Stat Priority

  1. Spell Healing
  2. MP5 & Spell Crit
  3. Intellect
  4. Spell Haste


Your primary healing spell is Flash of Light. You can save mana by downranking to rank 6.

If you need a bigger heal, you can cast Holy Light but it requires more time. The talent Light’s Grace reduces the cast time by half a second.

In a perfect world, you would keep the Light’s Grace effect up most of the time by casting Rank 4 or Rank 5 Holy Light. This will allow you to use Rank 11 in tough situations. Holy Shock should only be used in emergency situations.



Auras are buffs that apply to your group. Keep in mind that these are not raid wide. Your tank group will require Devotion Aura or one of the many Resistance Auras. Any caster group will benefit from Concentration Aura.


Paladins are expected to buff their dungeon group and/or raid with blessings. Blessings are very strong buffs but each class requires a different blessing.

Below is a list of Blessings for each spec.

  • Druid (Feral): Kings, Might
  • Paladin (Prot): Kings, Sanctuary, Light
  • Warrior (Prot): Kings, Light, Might
  • Druid (Resto): Wisdom or Kings
  • Paladin (Holy): Wisdom, Kings
  • Priest (Holy): Wisdom, Kings
  • Shaman (Resto): Wisdom, Kings
  • Druid (Feral): Kings, Might
  • Druid (Moonkin): Wisdom, King
  • Hunters (MM / BM): Might, Kings
  • Hunter (Survival): King, Might
  • Mages: Kings or Wisdom
  • Paladin (Retribution): Might, Kings
  • Priest (Shadow): Wisdom, Kings
  • Rogues: Might, Kings
  • Shaman (Elemental): Wisdom, Kings
  • Shaman (Enhancement): Might, Kings
  • Warrior (Arms / Fury): Might, Kings
  • Warlocks: Salvation, Kings, Wisdom


Sometimes you may be required to use judgements during a fight. The main judgement you would use is Judgement of Wisdom. If you have another paladin covering Wisdom you can use Judgement of Light.

Divine Intervention

Divine Intervention allows you to sacrifice yourself and save another player. This will allow the player you target to survive after the encounter is over and revive the entire raid.

Make sure you choose someone who is out of the bosses range after he resets or they will get aggro and die as soon as they remove the bubble. You also want to make sure this person can res.. because that would be unfortunate.

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