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|The subject of this article was removed from World of Warcraft in patch 4.0.1.
|Greater Blessing of Kings|
Greater Blessing of Kings is a group buff that distributes Blessing of Kings, increasing affected character's stats by 10% for 30 minutes. Players may only have one Blessing on them per Paladin at any one time. It will buff multiple party or raid members of level 52 or higher at once.
Greater blessings follow these rules when cast:
- The spell target must be friendly, in line of sight, and in range of the caster.
- If the target is flagged PvP, the caster becomes flagged.
- The target gains the buff.
- Group buff splash - With some exceptions†, all characters in the target's party or raid that share his class and are within 100 yards of him also gain the buff. This effect is not limited by line of sight. As a result, the caster can buff people at triple the spell range.
† Characters will be excluded from the group buff splash if they are lower than the spell's trained level, or are flagged PvP when the caster is not.
Exclusion by PvP status disrupts raid preparation; typically, the raid will wait for flags to expire, or order the buffing classes to become flagged themselves.
Greater Blessing of Kings only applies while you are in the group with the paladin who cast it. If you leave the party or raid, this blessing will be removed. The 10% Stamina from does not stack, and does not stack at all.
Cataclysm EditThis section concerns content exclusive to Cataclysm.
and Greater Blessing of Kings will no longer boost Spirit with Cataclysm.
Patch changes Edit
- Patch 3.3.0 (08-Dec-2009): It is no longer possible to have multiple buff icons from this spell.
- Patch 3.3.0 (08-Dec-2009): The buff will be stored in a Consolidation Box when recieved. It will come out when 3 min. is left.
- Patch 3.1.0 (14-Apr-2009): is now trainable at level 20. Removed from talent trees.
has been removed because it was merged with .
- / Patch 3.0.2 (14-Oct-2008): is now a 5 point talent, and has been relocated to the first tier of the Protection tree.
Previously only 1 point in the third tier of the Protection tree. Now it's two talents, and and , each point giving 2% increased stats for a total of 10% if all 5 points are taken. There is a known bug where the tooltip shows 2% no matter how many talent points are spent.
- Patch 2.2.0 (25-Sep-2007): Duration increased to 30 minutes.
Old, 15 minutes.
- Patch 2.1.0 (22-May-2007): The cost for this blessing is now twice the cost of , instead of a fixed cost of 150.
- Patch 1.9.0 (03-Jan-2006): Paladins can now learn the Greater Blessings for the following spells: , , , , and . Greater Blessings will cast the associated blessing on all raid members that share the same class as the target. For example, if you cast on a warrior in your raid, all warriors in the raid party will receive Blessing of Might from you. Additionally, Greater Blessings have an increased duration of 15 minutes. These blessings require twice as much mana as the single target version, as well as a reagent. Paladins can purchase these new Greater Blessing spells from their class trainers.
Previously, only was available, and it lasted for 5 minutes.
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