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|Motto||For Realm, for Honor, and for Beer!|
In a world without Veilstorms, Abbots would spend lives removed from the world, looking after their religious charges. In the current world, they spend decades in cloisters, studying and honing their magical and physical abilities, as well as their personal recipe for nature’s greatest gift: beer. Once they reach the pinnacle of raw power within their respective religious orders, they become worthy to enter the world to fight for their Realm. Abbots have a fondness for intoxicating beverages, especially those from their own order, and most importantly, for beer.
History[edit | edit source]
Sample Components[edit | edit source]
|Radiant Smite (Rune)
Deals a high amount of radiant damage to the target, and leaves light briefly lingering in the area.
A deceptively powerful melee weapon, which strikes quickly and deals crushing damage along with high disruption damage.
Key Features[edit | edit source]
A channeling ability which reduces panic rating and heals nearby allies over time, by an amount divided by the number of allies present.
Blood to Beer
The user explodes in a fountain of beer, applying an Impairment to nearby enemies which reduces their movement speed, and reduces their vision by a progressively fading amount based on the user’s remaining blood.
Sample Banes and Boons[edit | edit source]
- Main Article: Banes and Boons
|Vow of Humility||Disallows the use of heavy armor|
|Vow of Passivity||Disallows the use of slashing and piercing weapons.|
|Vow of Conviction||Gains increased damage and healing based on the number of nearby group members, which is temporarily lost in the event of a group member’s death.|
|Vow of Sacrament||Consuming alcohol increases movement speed and reduces ability preparation and recovery times for a brief duration, which is extended when dealing damage to enemies.|
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Abbot bears some similarities to Dark Age of Camelot's Friar, which was a staff wielding healer hybrid.
- Historically speaking, during the Middle Ages monks were known as being knowledgeable beer brewers. Often, water supplies were bad, making beer safer to drink.
Revision History[edit | edit source]
- October 2nd, 2015 - Class is revealed during a Beta Update Livestream.
References[edit | edit source]
|Arthurians||Cait Sith • Gargoyles • Golems • Humans • Picts • St'rm • Stormriders|
|Tuatha Dé Danann||Bean Sidhe • Fir Bog • Hamadryads • Humans • Luchorpán • Silverhands • Tuatha|
|Vikings||Dvergar • Jötnar • Úlfhéðnar • Valkyries • Vikings|
|Arthurians||Abbot • Black Knight • Blackguard • Dread Caller • Enchanted Knight • Flame Warden • Minstrel • Physician • Specter • Veilstalker|
|Tuatha Dé Danann||Black Rider • Blessed Crow • Dark Fool • Druid • Empath • Fianna • Forest Stalker • Morrigan • Red Cap • Wisp|
|Vikings||Arisen • Child of Loki • HelBound • Mjölnir • Shadow Walker • Skald • Slaughterwolf • Stonehealer • Wave Weaver • Winter's Shadow|
|Archetypes||Archers • The Devout • Healers • Heavy Fighters • Mages • Scouts • Shapeshifters • Spirit Mages • Stealthers • Supports|