- Shield increases defenses
- Highest Defenses of all classes
- Decent heal capability
- Tick-based Shield (Divine Ward), completely blocks skills
- Low physical damage
- Costly repairs due to constant attacks
- Divine Ward easily removed by several classes
- Strength, Constitution, ?
When you first begin you start out with the following stats:
Bolded Stats indicate Primary and Secondary Attributes.
- Strength: 14
- Dexterity: 10
- Intelligence: 6
- Constitution: 14
- Spirit: 6
After the Templar promotion, you will receive 10 stat points + 2 stat points for every level past level 50. From every level past 80 you will recieve + 4 stat points. These must be allocated manually via the "Character Info" screen.
Common Stat Builds:Edit
- 1st Point Dex (Only 1)
- All Points Str
- Comments: Ideal for a Farming or a Temple Breaker Paladin
- All Points Con
- Comments: Best for a Relic Carrier Paladin
Paladins typically place all of their stat points into Strength to increase their physical attack, p.critical rate, double attack, and p.defence piercing. If you have placed stat points into undesired stats, you may purchases a Rebirth from the Cash Shop to reset your Stat Points. A cheaper option is to place enchantments on equipment, accessories, mounts, and Pran clothing to offset the poorly placed stats.
Every class has a preference for certain Pran types because of the complimentary buffs the Pran provides them. Paladins typically prefer Fire and Water Pran.
- Increases Attack, Increase Crit Rate, Increases Maximum HP.
- Increases Defenses, Increases Maximum MP, and resistances.
Each class also gets their very own type of Mount. The Paladin's is called Areon, which is a horse. You can also buy a premium mount from the Cash Shop or craft a Traband series Nobelesse Gringolet with a recipe.
One free mount comes from a quest at level 40 in Cirrugor from Sir Ruffington. Any other mounts must be purchased. These mounts can be enchanted the same as other equipment to add enhancements to your Paladin's stats via the same NPC in Cirrugor.
There are three types of equipment:
Unique equipment usually comes in sets that give bonus stat improvements if you possess 2, 3, 4, or 5 of the set pieces. These are generally the most desired because you get enhancements from the 1 piece of equipment as well as another from having multiple pieces.
Superior equipment is the next best. This equipment has the improved basic stats of the Normal counterpart, as well as an additional bonus. But these do not have a set bonus, with the exception of Truth Seeker equipment.
Skills Paladins have a several AoEs and some decent heals. They have the highest threat rate of any class and also have the ability to grab targets and hold them. In PvE, this class is the main tank along side Warriors. In PvP, they are low dps dealers and the tank carriers for Relics.
Different Paladins prefer different Skill builds so there is no universal build. You should max all of the skills at some point, try them out, and see which works best for you. You can always reskill (for a small amount of gold) at the Skill Instructors when you find your ideal levels.
There is also a skill builder located on the Wiki Home Page.