Priest Class Guide for Pillars of Eternity 2 Deadfire. In this Guide, we give you tips on how to Multiclass a Priest effectively, and we explain what the differences are between the 5 Subclasses: Berath, Eothas, Magran, Skaen and Wael. Will also recommend Races and Attributes to go along with these Subclasses!
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So I was thinking of multiclassinh my Skaen Priest character from poe1.
But I saw this cool level 9 skills Revenge of Skaen and the Incarnate.
Is it worth to not take multi-class for these late game skills?
wonder if going a melee like Barb with Priest, then getting Dex and Intell for obviously aoe and then high action speed for both casting spells on the frontline that synergises well with melee skills, would work well or not
Well, it could potentially work. I would start the fight in the backline, adding buffs/debuffs as fast as possible, then activating frenzy and charging into (ideally already engaged by your tank) enemies do to as much weapon damage as possible. Only stop attacking if you need to really heal or clear some major nasty debuffs from party.
BUT I still think that its better to have devoted martial class and devoted priest for constant buffs/support throughout the whole fight.
Could you do a guide on the combat system/ai? I want to like it, but im finding it hard to see ‘depth’ in the combat when my characters just auto attack everything, and when after you issue a command, your character stands idle with ‘...’ doing nothing. Anyway thanks for these kinds of vids, theyre useful
So, is druid (fury) with Priest of Eothas good idea?
I was think about squad:
1. Fighter (devoted) / Rogue (assassin); tank-two handed sabers or axe with shield. Human
2. Paladin (Bleak Walker )/ Rogue (assassin); tank with staff. Pale Elf.
3. Ranger (sharpshooter) / Chanter (necromancer) ; two handed gunslinger, Aumau.
4. Priest (Eothas) / Druid (Fury) ; passive healing and active dmg dealer Godlike Nature.
5. Wizard. Elf
Idea: 2 + bear in male combat, reinforced with skeletons. Enemy would be flanked giving bonus to rouges.
I wanted to try out a "Cleric" build and was a bit upset that I can't mix a Kind Wayfarer Paladin with a Magram priest. It is also strange that a Bleak Walker Paladin cannot mix with a Berath priest. I had to settle with a Bleak Walker/Magram combo, but it is a very decent build.
For example you could use a heal, then you would pause so that you could target another ability rather than letting the battle continue without your character doing anything, also you control 6 characters so doing all their abilities in real time would be difficult to manage, so you pause and switch between them and make it so that all their abilities start as soon as you unpause. Stack probably wasn't the best word to use.
Do the priest spirit weapons count for the favored weapon of the of the Devoted subclass of Fighter? Example: Berath’s spirit great-sword and Devoted picking great-sword.
Oh, and great video as always.