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Purified – Magicka Templar PvE (Morrowind)

Author: WornLocc

Class: TEMPLAR

Race: Altmer (High Elf)

Main Role: Damage

Health, Magicka, Stamina

HEALTH MAGICKA STAMINA
(0) 11000 - 19000 (64) 32000 - 42000 (0) 8000 - 11000

 

Skills

 

Bar 1

Weapon 1: Destruction Staff

Harness Magicka

Light Armor Skill

Harness Magicka

Annulment

 

Radiant Oppression

Templar Skill

Radiant Oppression

Radiant Destruction

 

Purifying Light

Templar Skill

Purifying Light

Backlash

 

Puncturing Sweep

Templar Skill

Puncturing Sweep

Puncturing Strikes

 

Inner Light

Mages Guild Skill

Inner Light

Magelight

 

Elemental Rage

Destruction Staff Skill

Elemental Rage

Elemental Storm

 

Bar 2

Weapon 2: Destruction Staff

Channeled Focus

Templar Skill

Channeled Focus

Rune Focus

 

Elemental Blockade

Destruction Staff Skill

Elemental Blockade

Wall of Elements

 

Vampire's Bane

Templar Skill

Vampire's Bane

Sun Fire

 

Blazing Spear

Templar Skill

Blazing Spear

Spear Shards

 

Inner Light

Mages Guild Skill

Inner Light

Magelight

 

Shooting Star

Mages Guild Skill

Shooting Star

Meteor

 

Armor Types

Light Armor Medium Armor Heavy Armor
5 1 1

 

Gear and Item Set Info

 

RECOMMENDED:

More Resources and Health: 5/1/1 Armor Setup: 1 Heavy, 1 Medium, 5 Light

Helmet can be Heavy or Medium, and Shoulders aswell, aslong as you have 1 Heavy, 1 Medium, 5 Light. You will have more health and more damage resistances.

ALTERNATIVE:

More Sustain: 7/0/0 Armor Setup: 0 Heavy, 0 Medium, 7 Light

All armor light for increased effects in light armor passives, granting slightly more magicka recovery and spell cost reduction. You will have slightly less health and lower damage resistances.

All Gear Legendary With Legendary Enchants

Armor Type Armor & Weapons Trait Enchant
Head/Heavy/Light Grothdarr/Valkyn Skoria Divines Max Magicka
Shoulders/Medium/Light Grothdarr/Valkyn Skoria Divines Max Magicka
Chest/Light Julianos/Seducer Divines Max Magicka
Waist/Light Julianos/Seducer Divines Max Magicka
Feet/Light Julianos/Seducer Divines Max Magicka
Legs/Light Julianos/Seducer Divines Max Magicka
Hands/Light Julianos/Seducer Divines Max Magicka
Necklace Moondancer/Infallible Aether/Willpower Arcane Spell Damage
Ring 1 Moondancer/Infallible Aether/Willpower Arcane Spell Damage
Ring 2 Moondancer/Infallible Aether/Willpower Arcane Spell Damage
Bar 1: Inferno Staff/Lightning Staff Moondancer/Infallible Aether/Random Sharpened Spell Damage
Bar 2: Inferno Staff Maelstrom/Moondancer/Infallible Aether/Random Sharpened Base/Absorb Magicka

Item Info:

Grothdarr

Valkyn Skoria

Julianos

Moondancer

Infallible Aether

Willpower

 

General Info

 

What this build offers is great and defensive magic based combat

High single target damage

Good survivability

Great AOE damage

Great group utility

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Race: 1# Altmer, 2# Dunmer, 3# Breton, 4# Argonian

Attributes: 64 Magicka, 0 Health, 0 Stamina

Other Stats: Spell Damage: 1900 - 3200. Spell Critical: 55 - 65%, Magicka Recovery: 700 - 1100

Mundus Stone: Thief

Food & Potions: Max Health & Magicka Food: SOLITUDE SALMON-MILLET SOUP

Potions: Essence Of Magicka, Spell Power Potions

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More magicka sustain set-up: If you're having issues with running out of magicka too quickly, or just for some reason like this setup more, use this. Take note that you're gonna gonna have rougly 4000 - 6000 less magicka, but way more magicka recovery. We need around 10 - 12 attribute points in health to reach 17000 health.

Attributes: 52 Magicka, 12 Health, 0 Stamina

Other Stats: Spell Damage: 1900 - 3200. Spell Critical: 55% - 65%, Magicka Recovery: 1000 - 1400

Food & Potions: Max Health & Magicka Food: WITCHMOTHER'S POTENT BREW

Potions: Essence Of Magicka, Spell Power Potions

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Passives Abilities: 

Racial: All Passives

Class: All Passives from: Aedric Sprear, Dawns Wrath, Restoring Light

Destruction Staff: All Passives

Light Armor: All Passives

Heavy Armor: Juggernaut

Mages Guild: Persuasive Will, Magicka Controller, Might Of The Guild

Fighters Guild: Banish The Wicked

Undaunted: Undaunted Command, Undaunted Mettle

Vampirism: Supernatural Recovery, Undeath

Alchemy: Medicinal Use

Combat: In combat we're always fighting in melee range because of our spammable and monster set being melee ranged. Only buff we got is Channeled Focus which we'll want to keep up as much as possible since its our only tool for sustain. In long sustained fights, you should throw a heavy attack or two in your rotation to keep your resources up. The cons of this class is magicka sustain, which is low compared to other magicka classes.

Rotation: Apply Buffs & Shields: Harness Magicka and Channeled Focus before entering combat. Light attack between EVERY ability you cast to maximize DPS.

Channeled Focus, Light Attack, Elemental Blockade, Light Attack, Vampires Bane, Light Attack, Blazing Spear, Bar Swap, Light/Heavy Attack, Purifying Light, Light Attack, Puncturing Sweeps, Light Attack, Puncturing Sweeps, Light Attack, Bar Swap And Repeat.

If you're new to the game or Templar class in general, I suggest you to read carefully what the different abilities do, how much they cost, whats their duration, cast time etc. so you understand how you should rotate your abilities and how they work.

 

Champion Point Tips

 

This is only an example of how you should approach the point allocation.

Total Points: 630 CP

The Lord: -

The Lady: 49 Hardy, 49 Elemental Defender, 51 Thick Skinned

The Steed: 51 Ironclad 10 Spell Shield

The Ritual: 56 Thaumaturge

The Atronach: 23 Master At Arms, 19 Staff Expert

The Apprentice: 56 Elemental Expert, 56 Elfborn

The Shadow: 9 Tumbling

The Lower: 100 Arcanist 64 Tenacity

The Tower: 37 Warlord

300 CP Template:

The Lord: -

The Lady: 27 Hardy, 27 Elemental Defender, 23 Thick Skinned

The Steed:23 Ironclad

The Ritual: 31 Thaumaturge

The Atronach: 13 Master At Arms

The Apprentice: 32 Elemental Expert, 23 Elfborn

The Shadow: -

The Lower: 64 Arcanist 36 Tenacity

The Tower: -

Build Updated: 15/07/2017

CHECK OUT MY OTHER BUILDS:

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Build Rating

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11 Comments

  • Elderbane
    Jul 10, 2017

    I have been hesitant to play a Templar but this build looks like the build I’ve been waiting on! Starting a templar with this build immediately! Hey WornLocc, got a magika dragon knight build laying around anywhere? wanta share it?

    Reply
    • WornLocc
      Jul 10, 2017

      Thanks, nice to hear you like it.

      I have a magicka dk but I dont think I’ll be releasing the build here, atleast not anytime soon since all magdk builds are pretty much the same. If you want a good mag dk build, maybe check out AlcastHQ or Tamriel Foundry.

      Reply
  • Reg900
    Jul 18, 2017

    I wanna use another race for this build, what are some good races for this build? And if i should use another race what racial passive do I need to use then?

    Reply
    • WornLocc
      Jul 18, 2017

      You can use whatever race you want but the races I listed above works the best with this one. Always pick all racial passives no matter what race you use.

      Reply
      • Reg900
        Jul 18, 2017

        Ok thanks

        Reply
  • LexRock
    Jul 18, 2017

    Hi! I am kind of a noob, but I have been trying out this build while leveling in Morrowind recent week. Been fun and I love the idea! It has been two years since I last played ESO, and then it was a sorcerer, so this melee magicka class is really fun playing.

    Would you recommend going for vampirisim for this build? Or is is just a nice to have?

    Any other tips on what leveling gear to lookout for? I got myself a crappy war-maiden set from morrowind, working alright for leveling, but I am not sure it is really all that good.

    Would this also function in PVP at all? I do not plan on PVP currently, but might be fun just to test it 🙂

    Finally, any recommendation for a ult until I get destro staff 50, or mage guild high enough?

    Reply
    • WornLocc
      Jul 18, 2017

      Yes vampirism works excellent on basicly every build since the 10% recovery bonuses apply to both stamina and magicka, so go ahead and be a vampire!

      As for the lvling gear, well anything goes really. For the most optimal set up id say craft a seducer set with training traits and use it till you achieve CP160. After that you can just make yourself a set of Julianos with divines trait and you should be set.

      PvP wise, cant say anything since I dont PvP but youd need a gear change, also different abilities and everything so maybe look up some templar PvP builds and find the best one there!

      Reply
    • WornLocc
      Jul 18, 2017

      Sorry for the double response, but about the ultimates, you can use the class skill ultimates, make sure you pick the morphs that do magic damage, not physical.

      Solar prison for example is a great ultimate, especially on dungeons and when theres alot of incoming damage!

      Reply
      • LexRock
        Jul 18, 2017

        Thanks, I appreciate the quick response 🙂 I will try and get a vampire bite 😀

        Good tip on the seducer set, will set that as my starting goal.

        Reply
  • McLeod95
    Jul 24, 2017

    I’m new to ESO and have decided to jump in with this build. What would you do in terms of crafting?

    Reply
    • WornLocc
      Jul 25, 2017

      Okay so as first I give you some gameplay tips non related to this build:
      Start training your mount on stables daily, any gear you get from quests, please check on your crafting stations if you can research the trait, always deconstruct any item you don’t need to lvl up your crafting skills. If you want to be able to craft good armor for you as soon as possible, research Divines, Infused and Impenetrable traits first, since they’re the most used in Damage Dealer’s gears.

      You want to start playing this character with a set of seducer armor, when you’re CP160 of course, before that just use any armor you might get as loot or quest rewards, don’t worry about it too much, just lvl up all your armor skills. When you feel like you’re getting better at the game and start feeling like doing more harder content (veteran dungeons, normal trials for example) you can craft yourself a set of Julianos, which will be your main gear through the game as for now. Wish you good luck with the game and nice that you chose a build of mine for your gameplay! 🙂

      Reply

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