Classes: The Paladin

Paladins - Icons of Virtue. The paladin combines the strength and battle prowess of a fighter with the healing and buffing of a cleric.

What is the best strategy for developing your paladin? Can a paladin be soloed, and if so, how? How should you play your paladin within a group? What skills should you concentrate on developing? What spells are most useful, and least useful? What armor and weapons should your paladin be seeking out?

Post your strategies on how to best play and develop the Paladin and read, rate and comment on what others have to say.

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#1 Nov 17 2008 at 7:09 AM Rating: Decent
Been out of Eq for about 6 months now. Starting over from scratch =/ Played a paladin for 2 years prior. and re-starting. Love the class entirely to much not to come back too it. so a few questions.

I have SoF... are the Mercs worth upgrading to the newest expansion yet or should I wait until I level up?

Are there any new gear/weapons I should be looking at from a lower level perspective until I can hit raid content again?

Any suggestions/tips much appreciated.

Starting from scratch...
#2 Nov 17 2008 at 4:26 PM Rating: Decent
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WB, I love my little paladin.

The merc class is a tremendous help, just be careful that your heal skills will suffer if you use them at low levels.

The defiant plate and new cultural weapons are a big help to carry you to raid content.

I suggest you do your ghoulbane quest also.

Tutorial till level 11
Kurns till level 18, maybe higher.
Undead in Crescent reach till 22 or so
Unrest untill 30 or higher
Lguk undead till 45, make sure you have root up.
Dreadlands or Burning woods till 52
Veksar is good till 65 and great aa till 70

Slay undead is the key.

Edited, Feb 25th 2010 5:21am by fcoty
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