World of Warcraft is one of the most popular multiplayer online games which has millions of players across the globe.

Since it is played by a lot of people, it is natural for some bugs and issues to occur. However, it seems an ongoing ban has been spoiling the user experience for many World of Warcraft players.


As per multiple reports, the Paladins are being banned in World of Warcraft as they are killing mobs. However, some players are reporting that their Paladins are getting banned even for farming the Stratholme mobs.

This is inconveniencing many as they are unable to farm gold and hence progress in the game. It is unclear whether Blizzard Entertainment is randomly banning players’ Paladins or is specifically targeting cheaters.

Also, there is no workaround for this issue as Paladins are getting banned by the game developer and publisher itself. This is further complicating matters for players.

@BlizzardCS My Paladin was wrongfully banned in this most recent ban wave. I have played WoW since 2005 and I have NEVER cheated. Can you assist me please? I submitted an appeal but no response.


However, affected players may not have to contend with this problem where Paladins are being banned in World of Warcraft for too long as it has been acknowledged by the game support.

Blizzard customer support has said that they are aware of this issue and are working to fix it. Thus it is possible that a fix for the same might arrive in the near future.

The overall initiative to ban cheaters from plaguing the game is indeed a nice move by Blizzard Entertainment. However, such an initiative should not become troublesome for honest players.


While there is no ETA for a fix and it is unclear how long it will take to isolate the problem, it is still good to see that the issue is being looked into.

Thus those who are facing this problem with Paladins in World of Warcraft can take comfort in knowing that a fix is on the way.

Hopefully, Blizzard Entertainment resolves this issue soon so that players can enjoy World of Warcraft without any hassle.


That said, we will be back with more details as and when we get new information to share so stay tuned.

NOTE: There are more such stories in our dedicated Gaming section so be sure to go through it.

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