Templar Stamina PVP
Main Role: Damage
Health, Magicka, Stamina
Weapon 1: Two Handed
Templar SkillBiting Jabs
Two Handed SkillRally
Two Handed SkillCritical Rush
Two Handed SkillWrecking Blow
Fighters Guild SkillDawnbreaker
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Gear and Item Set Info
1 blood spawn/ Molag kena
Hey what's going on everyone. BigHit bringing you my pvp build on my stamplar. I got around 500+ hours in pvp alone... I can 1v4-5 with this build pretty easily just based off of experience and skill. Sitting at 420 champ points right now and this is my alternate I have a mag sorc he's maxed out all that good stuff. So Let's get to it.
First off this is a moderate to advanced build so beginners, sorry gonna have to check another build.
weapon dmg: 3939(buffed)
Stam recover: 2300+(two handed last passive raises this after a kill)
Weapon crit: 39.1%
max Stam: 26000+
I know some people may be wondering why I am running a ravaging vet 14, honestly that 600+ weapon damage is turned into 900+ by using your rally...
Fighting tips: 1)start on two handed bar, rally once, now switch bars
Vigor and ritual= buffing up
2) throw your javelin to knock down and put caltrops right on top or behind that person(people usually roll away from you)
3) switch bars and crit Rush (closer)
4) use biting jabs (to try and proc ravaging set)
5) wrecking blow when they are ready to be knocked down again(little circle swirling underneath feet is gone)
6) executioner to finish them off.
Now overtime with practice and experience you will be able to decide which move you want to use. For example, a Magic Templar healing himself would(in my opinion) love wrecking blows to his face, because it wastes all his magic on him trying to heal himself. You will find a lot of success if done right. I've got videos of me 1v5 in the sewers.
Defense: use dodge roll smartly...
The passive under bow gives you movement speed after rolling so take advantage and pick a spot you are comfortable with to do the fighting. Also you can run away if shit hits the fan.
Cleanse and vigor. Switch bars and rally..
then switch bars again and throw the javelin so you can apply the pressure.
Ive got tips and tricks on how to beat sorcs, night blades, basically any class all from pure experience. So shoot me a message online or at my email firstname.lastname@example.org because I honestly don't wanna just blah blah blah on here so yeah.
Last thing: if you're wondering why I'm being so helpful. I've been a Templar stamina based since the game came out and there are not a lot of good stamplars... So yeah STAMPLAR FTW!
Champion Point Tips
I've got 140 in each tree... So if you're running a bit low that's fine don't worry. I will do it off percentages... So let's say you have 150.. Divide by 3 you got 50 in each. 50% of 50 is 25. Got it? For those of you who decided to skip math class.
Red is the one you can play around with a bit.. Remember how I said I have 120? Well the 120 passive in the lady tree(hardy, thick skinned, elemental defender) will reduce cost of stamina abilities by 80% after you break free for 3 seconds. This is big and when you reach that 120 mark, make sure you get that passive. Mainly to throw caltrops and vigor because caltrops cost 5000+ stamina
Green: Focus on warlord, mooncalf and tumbling.