Playing Solo as the TESO Templar Class

Posted by Sun Master on Sunday Jan 26, 2014 Under Class, Guide, Skills

Some of the latest updates in the article below are not taken into account yet. However, for a more comprehensive and up-to-date details on advanced strategies, you should take a look into KillerGuides' digital handbook. This was how I was able to make my Templar reach level 50 within a week. Read my review of the guide here.

If you prefer to play solo in the Elder Scrolls Online, you could take a closer peek to the Templar class. The Templar has the ability to strike a fine balance healer and warrior, despite popular opinion that would cast the Templar in the role of healer exclusively. We’re going to go over a few Templar basics and leave you with a strong understanding of the potential that lies within the Templar for solo play.

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First off, don’t underestimate the Templar’s ability to heal. In any heated battle you find yourself in, healing will go along way when you don’t have friends to turn to for help. With the right choice of weapon, the templar could become invincible and has no chance to run out of health. To bring in another cliched phrase, “If you want something done right, do it yourself.” When this is applied to healing, there is no better class than the Templar. Further, the range of abilities at your disposal that relate to healing are many. Really, you’re going to have to play around some and see what suits you the best. The truth be told though, whatever you go with, be it Breath of life, Cleansing Ritual, or any of the other active abilities of the Templar, you can’t go wrong.

When we speak of the Templar as a combatant, we speak of a fierce battler. In the Templars Aedric Spear line, the options for active abilities are many. Puncturing strikes, Piercing Javelin, Spear Shards, and on down the line. The passive abilities of the Templar are nothing to sneeze at either not as less as eso nightblade. Really, it’s all dependent on you as a player and the enemies you come up against. What can’t be understated is that the Templar is someone not to be triffled with in battle. Like with the Templar’s healing abilities, the choices for attacks are many, but each choice is considerable. You really can’t go wrong. Also, like with healing abilities, you really need to play around some and see what fits your style.

ESO Templar is a choice you should strongly consider if you want to play the game alone. Although it might not has dps as much as another classes, but it is the most balance elder scrolls online class of all from unique abilities to combine warrior and healer. The Elder Scrolls Online Templar is truely in a class all of it’s own, soaring majestically (and quite eagle like mind you) above the rest of the flock.

Some of the latest updates in the article above are not taken into account yet. However, for a more comprehensive and up-to-date details on advanced strategies, you should take a look into this ESO guide. This was how I was able to make my Templar reach level 50 within a week. Read my review of the guide here.

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