Paladins and Druids are the most eagerly awaited of the WoW classes. They can tank, heal, and do a lot of damage. Therefore, it is not particularly impressive from a technical point of view when a raid consisting of only paladins slashes through the current raid Castle Nathria. While they may have to forgo a relevant buff or two, it doesn't matter too much. From a visual point of view, the whole thing is more remarkable. After all, paladins aren't necessarily one of those classes whose abilities only have subtle effects. Instead, it glitters and glows at all corners and ends that you can hardly watch for long without sunglasses.
The paladin-only group in question simply packed in all the paladins that came forward, regardless of experience, equipment, or other knowledge, and has so far been able to defeat the first eight bosses.
A group consisting of only Protection Paladins did a little better. They were able to successfully send all of the raid's bosses into the dust - including final boss Count Denathrius.
The biggest hurdles here were not the lack of damage, nor the lack of cure. Even the rescue of the Sun King could be mastered quite easily by the pure tank group, since paladins can also heal other targets with their Holy Power and not only themselves. Controlling the Schemes on Hunter Altimor was more difficult. This is because Paladins do not have a suitable CC effect against wildlife. Therefore, they had to resort to stuns and dazzle effects, which only last for a short time and are subject to a diminishing return. In the end, however, the groups managed to pull this off successfully.