Priston Tale
Monday, July 7, 2008
Guide by Gwenavyere

This is the usual build for strength priestesses. Although you can use a shield with it, I advise you to use an orb. Orbs own. End of story.


str = 75-80 for 80D glove
agi = 72-77 for 80D boots
spirit = 222-232 for 80D robe
talent = 77-81 for 80D robe
health = rest of your stat points go here..(if you like power, put more in spirit)

This build makes it extremely easy to tank most spawns..
but only with a good skill build
My skill build is

Tier 1-3

first, get meditation to 10,
next, level virtual life to 10
next, level divine lightning to 7 or 10 (both are popular)
next, level holy reflection and multispark at the same time..
alternate the skill points
Once all of the above skills are 10, level extinction to 10

My reasoning is, that extinction at higher levels has a major delay. And unless you can afford to stand around tanking the hits till you can use the skill again, keep it lower level

Tier 4 skills

First level 10 muspell
Next, level 10 chain lightning
Then put the rest of your stat points into glacial spike.

My reasoning is, that if you go to sod or hardcore train in iron 2, chain lightning helps out loads. Level multispark first because you NEED that tanking ability especially at the lower levels.

This may differ for those who just want to get 10x and make priestesses their little LT hunting bitches cuz it freezes their LT monsters[which is a waste IMO, priestesses own]

In that case, glacial spike in CL afterwords.
posted by T @ 1:40 AM  
  • At August 26, 2008 at 9:40 AM, Anonymous xXpriestessXx said…

    erm, for prs, tier 1-3, u shd lvl meditation to lvl 10 b4 all others.

  • At August 27, 2008 at 5:12 AM, Blogger T said…

    thank you
    you are right, guess i miss that out:)

  • At September 26, 2008 at 6:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    In the last paragraph "multispark" is called the "tanking ability" which is "muspell". Sorry just didn't want noobs to get confused, Great Guide! :)

  • At May 12, 2009 at 11:04 PM, Blogger qzaj66 said…

    Good build after 8x. This is my build for 70-8 lvl (helpful training in Cursed Temple):

    STR - 50 (max for Holy Gauntlets perf Prs Spec)
    SPI - 220-230 (this is max that you can put into this in 7x lvl)
    AGI - 46 (max Holy Boots)
    HP - you should have at least 300 hp without VL at lvl 70th (need it for training in s1)

    Don't waste your stat points for STR and AGI cause you will have not many MP. It is very important. Mana is very expensive theese days.

  • At August 8, 2009 at 3:10 AM, Anonymous Danny said…

    Really what you need are 2 prs-one for partying, one for soloing. If you make what you consider a good build, the rest of the party will nag you to 'do this' or 'do that'. So...PartyPrs for example you must leave DL at lvl 1 so you can just stand and DL every 2 seconds without needing to drink mana. That way you won't get nagged to DL more. Yes, if your Med is LV 10 and other mp recov items are high, you CAN DL until your finger falls off without drinking mana. :P

  • At August 11, 2009 at 2:13 AM, Blogger Matt said…

    Very nice guide. I like how you follow the build for a "strength" priestess where she is able to wear all 80D armor so it has more added absorb to tank. I also like how you suggest all extra stat points to health so that the priestess can add more tanking ability. Also having more hp means you can maximize the mystic life potions to heal yourself because it gives 450-600 health and if you have lots of health you will benefit more from mystic life potions.
    Even though I found you guide to be very helpful, i still like to follow my own build for stats.
    STRENGTH - 53-56 for wyvern wand
    SPIRIT - 222-323 for 80D robe
    AGILITY - 15 (BASE) i prefer to save points for more health.
    HEALTH - all other stat points is recommended to go here

    The great thing about my build is priestess do not really need high spirit because most of their skills are mainly based on the wand and the level of the skill for example, multispark is completely based on the skill level and the power of the wand/staff. So overall, a high spirit priestess doesn't compare to a health/shield/strength priestess. Also another great thing about this build is i found that once you have over 180 stat points into health, your health starts to regenerate much much much faster in battle than a priestess who has 179 or below health points. The regeneration rate can vary from receiving 1-3 hp per second to as high as 20. When I hit 200+ health points, my regeneration went up even more, almost as high as 30+ hp per second on rare occasions. Another great fact about putting more stats into health is you benefit more from virtual life, therefore you health increases outrageously when casting virtual life upon yourself. And lastly (I said it before already), you benefit more from each mystic life potion you use because you have more health to heal beyond the 450 range of a mystic life potion.

  • At August 24, 2009 at 10:48 AM, Anonymous Soothsayer said…

    The last post claiming 20/30hp regen per second is outrageous and a bold-faced lie. Noone building a prs should believe that. However, the idea of adding lots of hp is still very good.

  • At December 27, 2009 at 5:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Wat diff between obs and shields

  • At August 13, 2010 at 6:07 AM, Anonymous UltraPriest[BG] said…

    I have poor priest. Only spirit and little tal. Im 36 lvl now and i have 130+ spr and 50tal no other stats.

  • At August 13, 2010 at 6:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    wrong dl is the second skill that you gonna lvl up. someone dont use holy reflection and multi spark.VL is when you become 6x. and then the esp goes to regeneration field the sp go in VL.

  • At August 13, 2010 at 6:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    muspel is for tanking. if you arent tank prs you need CL and DL

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