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Leveling Tips for the ESO Templar Part 2

The article below could give a good idea on Templars. If you're looking for something more extensive, our friends at Killer Guides have put together an amazing digital handbook . That guide is the cat's pajamas. It not only comes with a slick, class-specific leveling guide, but has some killer information on the best builds and PvP tactics.

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A great way to level up is through crafting. Not only is it an opportunity to earn some side income, it can also keep you equipped with the most powerful weapons, stat buffs, and the most protective armor available at your level. As you get further and further up the tech tree, you’ll be able to loot even more powerful crafting nodes by leveling up the crafting skills. Usually, in order to fit yourself with the most up to date gear, you’ll want to loot everything you come across, and then sell any leftovers you have to other players. They’d be glad to have them.

Trading
Advertise any rare or commonly used items you’ve come across in zone chat to find other players. However, if you become a nuisance, many possible customers will put you on their ignore list, so make sure not to spam the channel. Every 10 or so minutes, just send out a message and wait for people to respond.

Joining a Guild
Another great way to find players to trade with is to join a guild. Guild trade is also a good way to make money. Bringing like-minded players together to do business is a goal for many dedicated trader guilds. You can sell directly or get advice on what’s selling the best and what price to sell things by talking with people through a private guild channel. Located at a town’s treasury is a guild store, and you can gain access to it. There, you can list items for a set price that, even if you’re logged off, players can go in and purchase.

You won’t directly level up through trading and selling which is the same as Blade and Soul leveling guide. But it’s a great way to purchase things such as horses, which will cut down your travel time between quest nodes, and also to gather money for powerful rare armor and weapons.

Roads
You will want to stay off the beaten path if you’re a true adventurer. There are commonly neither monsters to kill nor crafting nodes on roads. Although you can find a couple of quests while using a road to get to your destination, in the wild, there are just as many quests. Try to detour through the wilderness whenever you can, when you’ve been told to go to a certain location for a quest. On your way, you’ll find much more out-of-the-way dungeons to clear, chests to pick open, crafting nodes to loot, and plenty of monsters to kill, than if you take the easy route.

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Guide to Healing Build for a Templar

The article below could give a good idea on Templars. If you're looking for something more extensive, our friends at Killer Guides have put together an amazing digital handbook . That guide is the cat's pajamas. It not only comes with a slick, class-specific leveling guide, but has some killer information on the best builds and PvP tactics.

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One of the most beloved roles in any MMO game is the healer. The Restoring Light is a great class tree for Templars. The Restoration Staff is a powerful tool for healing for Templars. So if a Templar is looking for a pure healing role, they will want a good combination of the two. At the cost of having low health and stamina, don’t be afraid to put a lot of skill points into Magicka. With both the class skills and weapon skills draining Magicka quickly, the healing art is a very mana-intensive role. So, for added Magicka benefits, make sure to use Light Armor, in order to not only able to heal allies but also able to keep up in long lasting fights. Read on for some of the most common practices in rotating active healing abilities.

  • Regeneration from Restoration Staff
    Lasting for a long time, this a great, relatively Magicka-cheap ability. For constant healing, try to keep it up on your allies. Upgrade it to Mutagen so that when allies drop to low health, you give a powerful instant heal.

  • Grand Healing from Restoration Staff
    Quick healing a target area over time is what this ability enables you to do. While you start using other abilities, have it go to work. For an even longer duration, upgrade it to Illustrious Healing.

  • Healing Ritual from Restoring Light
    When the fight is starting to become overwhelming, this is both a self and group heal that can be used. After the time has expired, upgrade to Lingering Ritual for further healing.

  • Cleansing Ritual from Restoring Light
    Not only does this allows allies to remove their own debuffs with the activated ability Purify, it also allows you to remove debuffs from yourself. It also provide ssome great healing over time. Duration increases by upgrading to Extended Ritual.

  • Rushed Ceremony from Restoring Light
    To heal an ally for a large amount, this makes for a greart single target spell. Provide lesser heals to other nearby allies by upgrading to Breath of Life.

  • (Ultimate) Rite of Passage from Restoring Light
    A powerful and quick healing over time spell is channeled to nearby allies with this ultimate. Increase the channel time and effectiveness by upgrading to Practiced Incarnation.

There are numerous abilities to make your own path in a very open game such as the Elder Scrolls Online. If you want to play a different play style or experiment, don’t be afraid to deviate from the above builds which are just suggestions.

If you are looking for a good guide for your templar, I recommend you to read this article. It's my personal opinion on one of the most prominent templar guides out there.


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