I’ve been talking to one of my good inquisitor friends here on Antonia Bayle, about the cleric aa tree (that includes both templars and inquisitors) and they happened to mention to me that they’ve been trying out the strength line instead of the typical spread. I had to admit, I hadn’t given it a lot of thought, especially since I don’t get to play my templar nearly as often as I’d like. So I decided to take their advice, and see what it was all about.
I haven’t gotten to actually play around with it yet, but the end skill is shown above, and just by the sounds of it makes it seem exceptionally worth while, especially for EoF content where things are stifling quite often. The resists to interruptions seem pretty helpful as well. When RoK releases there will be another 20 aa that I can dedicate to the tree, and then maybe I’ll go back to my crit heals. I don’t notice an enormous change in my heals by dropping the crits, and I’d much rather have an immunity or a skill that has an exceptional effect (as long as it works).
I had a lot of fun today playing in the lower levels, managed to get my brigand six levels. That’s right. Six. She went from 26 to 32, and then I spent a bunch of time (and some coin of course) outfitting her and getting items like adornments for her. It was a lot of fun. I also decided I’ll probably betray her to a swashbuckler. Don’t ask why, it’s just one of those things. I’m looking forward to it though. It’s nice to know that the lower levels in the game still interest me, and I can still have fun running through them. I did spend most of my time in Fallen Gate, and got a few pretties along the way. Made it all worth while. Even if I am out of vitality completely now.
Cleared Freethinkers Hideout and Clockwork earlier this week, tonight is Chel’Drak which is a raid I always look forward to (depending on our raid force, we really need the perfect blend in order to take down those class adds). FTH again later this week, and Mistmoore Inner Sanctum on Saturday (I think, I may be off on the dates, not exactly looking at the calendar). My thoughts go out to all of those affected by the fires in the states, hope everyone is safe and sound.