Feel free to check out my VoDs/Highlights on my stream if you would like to get a general idea of how to heal a cleave as a paladin. You may notice that my spec is a little different. Ever since s17, I have transitioned to playing selfless healer because the throughput outside of wings feels really good while healing cleaves and it's 100% more fun to play than a sacred shield/merciful wrath setup. It takes quite a bit more micromanagement to pull off, but once you adapt it feels powerful.
Ashran "-One thing they are thinking about, is allowing you to cap your conquest just on asharn, but you would need to participate in all areas of asharan to achieve this."
Did anyone else see this? This might be one of the more terrifying things he mentioned! I'd rather que double the arenas I am now to cap than do Ashran at all. Even early season when I was gearing I used my free will to decide not to do Ashran because the extra conquest wasn't worth being in that place.
Can't we just go back to wintergrasp or just kill a boss.
While you may or may not think that things are grim at the end of the day you have to remember that playing paladin isn't about things like "being the best healing class." It's about YOU personally conditioning yourself into thinking you're the best healing class. Through this blind confidence it allows you to play arena despite the game meta.