I'm playing a cleric in a 4-player group along with a paladin, a warlock/bladesinger melee multiclass, and a rogue. The paladin is level 5 and the rest of us are level 4.
The table uses stat rolling and while we all rolled better-than-average stats, the paladin rolled really, really well.
Now I find myself facing this dilemma: I could be casting warding bond, shield of faith and whatever other spell I'm using (I'm playing an Order Domain cleric, which grants allies reaction attacks when I target them with spells) on the paladin. Which is clearly the most efficient way to go about it, having a 21 AC monster on the field, resistant to all damage, destroying every melee opponent.
Or I could be casting my concentration buffs on the more mobile character, who rolled average stats, so he doesn't feel left out.
We have played 1 session so far, and the only encounter we had was pretty hard. I was forced to use all my spell slots; at one point the multiclassed character was knocked unconscious by 2 hits from hidden opponents. The 4th character, a rogue, failed the save against hold person and ate 2 full fireballs; the paladin and I barely saved him.
What would you guys do in this situation? I understand this is a moral question, and unlike the mechanical questions usually asked here, so I apologise if I unknowingly violated some rule regarding the issue.
Thanks in advance!