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Spellweaver Paladin - Template assistance

Discussion in 'UO Warrior' started by jaashua, Dec 1, 2010.

  1. jaashua

    jaashua Guest

    First of all, is there already a cutsy name for this template? This is for PvP as well as PvM.

    tactics 120
    swords 120
    chivalry 85
    anat 60
    healing 80
    spellweaving 100
    magery 40

    I'm left with 100 skill points to assign (710 cap). The 40 magery is to be able to use Gate Travel scrolls for transporting allured humanoids. Mostly for fun and PvM, but can't hurt in organized PvP.

    Suit and stats are being built primarily to augment Paladin skills with any extra slots going to maximize the mana pool.

    I like Healing because it can be used on the run and is invisible. But I have Enhanced Bandages and several other sources of healing, so it's a waste to take it up to 100. Consequently, I left Anat at 60 to save some skill points but still be able to cure and to still get 30 of the 65% damage bonus.

    So I'm wondering if I should use the 100 skill points to add another skill or just max out Anat and Spellweaving. I have Resisting Spells stoned, but it seems like it would make half the useful Chivalry spells superfluous at which point I may as well drop Chivalry and pick up Eval Int and Magery and become a tank mage. I could go with Parrying. I could also put them into something like Ninjitsu for Focus Attack and Mirror Image. Or go for Bushido...but would that be useless without Parrying?

    Anyway, input would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. Charmed Ridgeback Riders can bandage you.

    I'd put the points in Med.
     
  3. Immortal81

    Immortal81 Guest

    Hello :)

    what Weavingspells do you want to use? I would depend the last skillpoints to a skill which supports your spells.

    As cutsy name i would suggest "Spelladin" ;)

    Greetings Immortal
     
  4. jaashua

    jaashua Guest

    I use them all. It's a diverse and colorful skill, so it's basically just the situation that determines what I use. I want to be a paladin but have little pizzazz.