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Leveling Tips for the ESO Templar Part 1

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templarIt can be challenging to level a Templar in the Elder Scrolls Online. To find a good fit for the Templar, you need to choose from all sorts of unique skills, weapons, armor types, and guilds. Read on for some of the most in-depth tips in getting the most of a Templar.

Weapons
In ESO, you’ll be doing a lot of fighting. You will do well by choosing a weapon that not only will match your playstyle, but also get you through fights easily. In the tutorial area of Coldharbour, you will be given a choice of weapons. The two handler is one of the best weapons you’ll be able to get. Choosing a sword and shield will only slow you down as there are no real challenge early on in the game. At such a low level, you won’t have all that many ranged skills to choose from, although ranged is a good choice for some. It is in the melee range that majority of the fighting will come from. Not only does the two hander offer great burst damage by itself, but it also affords Critical Charge, a charge spell that you can get really early on. And since it will synergize well with the melee templar tree called Aedric Spear, it is a great weapon to choose.

Skills
The few skill points you get early on in the game, make sure to put them towards damaging attacks once you get your weapon. The first two you spend on your first weapon’s skill and on Puncturing Strikes in your Aedric Spear line. Drawing from both stamina and Magicka, this will give you some great melee combo opportunities. As a good opener or to kill fleeing opponents, pick up Sun Fire from Dawn’s Wrath afterwards. Get Rushed Ceremony from Restoring Light once you’ve gotten enough skills to take foes down quickly. When you’re fighting tough boss battles, it will save your skin. Since you’ll want to have a good variety of skills to choose from and you’ll always be able to respecialize your skill points later on, level up your three class skill lines together.

Skyshards
Early on, you’ll feel starved for skill points, especially since you don’t even have a full bar of skills available to use yet. For six easy-to-get skyshards and several decent quests to choose from, visit your faction’s starting zone, which can either be Khenarthi’s Roost, Stros M’kai, or Bleakrock Isle.

Side Quests
Any and all quests you come across you should accept in order to level up quickly. Black arrows may appear on the compass at the top of your screen and you will need to keep an eye for them. That means that a quest giver is currently in the area. Not only do they offer rewards of gold, gear, and sometimes even extra skill points, they can also give you the much needed experience you need to level up.

Visiting every black icon on your map to find quests is a good practice. Sometimes, in areas such as with wayshrines, the black icons will turn white after simply visiting. Other times, even if you’re in the area, they remain black. That means that, somewhere around, there’s a quest that’ll give you the opportunity to turn the icon from black to white. Some times, it just means you need to clear the area and kill the boss at the end of the route, especially when in the public dungeons. Ensure you complete everything an area has to offer you without having to back pedal later on by visiting all the icons on your map as you’re out doing your normal quests.

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Guide to Healing Build for a Templar

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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.

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Recommended Damage Dealing Skills for the Elder Scrolls Online Templar

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The Templar Class has three lines that it can master: Aedric Spear, Dawn’s Wrath, and Restoring Light. Most people believe that this class is mostly a supportive type of class typically healing and supporting allies, however, this is not true.

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The Aedric Spear class is predominantly an offensive skill set. This set of skills entails attacking and damage dealing abilities. Additionally, this skill set includes spells that increase the amount of damage dealt by the Templar. The first recommended skill inherent of the Aedric Spear is the Radial Sweep skill. It is a spell that, during gameplay, damages all nearby enemies within a definitive radius. It is an extremely powerful attack that, within a 5 meter range, hits all enemies and becomes more powerful and has a wider range when it is leveled up. Radial Sweep is a fantastic spell for massive combat and has substantial damage dealing capabilities. The more enemies it falls upon, the more effective it is, and the faster experience the Elder Scrolls can gain as seen esolevelguide.com. When it comes to dealing huge damage to multiple enemies, this is the spell other players will ask the Templar to use.

When it comes to dealing damage against a single enemy, however, the Puncture Strikes skill is the way to go. Puncture Strikes is also within the Aedric Skill set and is a series of 4 attacks that damages an enemy with the last attack knocking the foe back. This is not only a great skill because it can be used on only one enemy, but can also be used on several, whether playing solo or in a group. The attack can start by targeting a single enemy, but each successive hit can be used on a different one if they are closing in on the Templar and are within range. The damage is then divided between the enemies that were hit depending on how many times each enemy was struck. This spell is also great because it does not cost that much magicka so can be used frequently. This is also a fantastic skill because if the final attack hits the target he will be knocked back allowing the Templar to cast a ranged spell to attack the enemy again or heal itself or cast a defensive spell.

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The final recommended damage dealing skill is also within the Aedric Skill set. It is the Piercing Javelin which is used against a single target. The target will also be knocked back after being hit allowing the Templar to benefit, as discussed above, choosing what they want to do with the increased range from the enemy. It is also highly effective because of its range and can be used on enemies trying to escape.

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