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Radiant Assault Healer

Author: Cadima2000 on PS4

Class: TEMPLAR

Race: BretonBreton

Main Role: Damage

Health, Magicka, Stamina

HEALTH MAGICKA STAMINA
At least 20k (while in PVP) 30k-35k (without food) Don't worry about stamina

 

Skills

 

Bar 1

Weapon 1: Dual Wield

Proximity Detonation

Assault Skill

Proximity Detonation

Magicka Detonation

 

Puncturing Sweep

Templar Skill

Puncturing Sweep

Puncturing Strikes

 

Dark Flare

Templar Skill

Dark Flare

Solar Flare

 

Toppling Charge

Templar Skill

Toppling Charge

Focused Charge

 

Radiant Oppression

Templar Skill

Radiant Oppression

Radiant Destruction

 

Soul Assault

Soul Magic Skill

Soul Assault

Soul Strike

 

Bar 2

Weapon 2: Restoration Staff

Breath of Life

Templar Skill

Breath of Life

Rushed Ceremony

 

Mutagen

Restoration Staff Skill

Mutagen

Regeneration

 

Channeled Focus

Templar Skill

Channeled Focus

Rune Focus

 

Blazing Spear

Templar Skill

Blazing Spear

Spear Shards

 

Total Dark

Templar Skill

Total Dark

Eclipse

 

Ice Comet

Mages Guild Skill

Ice Comet

Meteor

 

Armor Types

Light Armor Medium Armor Heavy Armor
5 1 1

 

Gear and Item Set Info

 

This build is currently incomplete, for I am patiently waiting for that Law of Julianos set to make it as powerful as I expect it to be. Meanwhile I have been using 3 pieces of Martial Knowledge and 4 pieces of the Overwhelming set. When I can craft the Julianos set, I will be using 5 pieces of Julianos (Dual Swords with Nirnhoned or Sharpened) and 4 pieces of Overwhelming. Chest should be Heavy armor, Legs should be Medium Armor and everything else should be Light Armor. Also, you should be using Infused on Chest, Head and Legs, and everything else should have Divines. Your Restoration Staff (crafted as the fourth piece of Julianos, since you will be missing the fifth while on your secondary skill bar), should have Precise for those critical heals. Your Swords and Staff should be enchanted with Absorb Magicka and all your armor should have Max Magicka enchants. In terms of Jewelry you should be using the Willpower Rings and Necklace, all with Arcane and Magicka Recovery (Spell Harm enchants on Jewelry are also a good option, just like reduced magicka cost, it’s up to you, really!)

 

General Info

 

The idea is simple: to be able to focus on doing some good DPS when you and your team are on the offensive side of a battle, whilst supporting them with the necessary heals throughout the conflict, by quickly swapping skill bars. On the other hand, if you and your team mates are on the defensive/retreating side of a conflict, your priority should be to use that Total Dark on Sorcerers while healing your team mates throughout the fight. While on the healing side of a conflict, you should keep an eye out for enemies at low health and quickly swap back to Dual Wield and just land a Radiant Oppression on them to execute and start evening the odds of that fight. Also drop some Blazing Spears to help your “low on stamina” mates while stunning enemies for a few seconds. I recommend using the Spears where your tanks might be, to help them mitigate the damage from your oponents while leaving them stunned and doing a little damage as well. Whenever possible, drop a Ice Comet for massive AOE damage where you spot a “hot conflict” zone. This should be your role in group conflicts in PVP.

In 1 vs 1 fights or 1 vs 2 fights, you should start the fight by using that Mutagen and Channeled Focus, using a Total Dark to be sure he won’t cast anything from a distance for the next 6 seconds. Swap back to your DPS skill bar, activate Proximity Detonation and start by charging in with the Toppling Charge, followed by a Dark Flare, followed by Soul Assault (if you have it ready to be used) and finish your enemy by using a second Dark Flare and Radiant Oppression. If Soul Assault is not yet available after the Dark Flare, spam some Puncturing Sweeps until opponent reaches about 35% Health, use the second Dark Flare and finish him with the Radiant Oppression. Easy, right!?

If you plan to use this build for PVE, it also works but I recommend a few changes, such as changing your Soul Assault for Nova, due to the powerfull synergy and the benefits of your mates activating synergies in PVE (Undaunted passives). Swapping Total Dark for Repentance, to support your DPS mates and Tank along the fight, since you should be playing mainly as the healer with this build while doing Dungeons or Trials. Anyway, try to find something that helps not just you, but your mates, to run everything as smoothly as possible.

Have fun!

 

Champion Point Tips

 

I currently have 222 Champion points, and I would recommend some of them as being a “must have” and the rest is up to your own preferences. You should have at least 30 on Thaumaturge and 30 on Spell Erosion and the remaining 14 on Elfborn. You should also have at least 30 on Elemental Defender, 30 on Hardy and the remaining 14 I have them on Thick Skinned. At last, I recommend having 74 on the Magician.

 

 

 

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4 Comments

  • Thug waffles
    Nov 1, 2015

    I love it!

    Reply
  • Nicrei Bloodweaver
    Nov 5, 2015

    This is located in a wrong spot. It shows up in Nightblade builds too :/ and this is a Templar build…

    Reply
  • Leon
    Apr 26, 2016

    Hey one question what points did u spend on health magic etc

    Reply
  • Leon
    Apr 26, 2016

    Also sorry to be a pest but what are your passive skill really like your idea here an just don’t wanna mess up my build

    Reply

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