Now you can choose between another spellbook and a new weapon type: an orb. A Different Breed of Spellcaster If there were only one piece of advice I could give players before they choose the path of the Spiritmaster, it would be this; you are no longer a Mage. As simple as it sounds, there are still a number of players out there that treat their Spiritmaster as a Mage with a new toy. Your pet is more than just an added boost of DPS for you and the sooner you get that through your skull, the easier your life is going to become. Trust me when I say this is a mistake. Your pet is not just added damage.
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Now you can choose between another spellbook and a new weapon type: an orb. A Different Breed of Spellcaster If there were only one piece of advice I could give players before they choose the path of the Spiritmaster, it would be this; you are no longer a Mage. As simple as it sounds, there are still a number of players out there that treat their Spiritmaster as a Mage with a new toy. Your pet is more than just an added boost of DPS for you and the sooner you get that through your skull, the easier your life is going to become.
Trust me when I say this is a mistake. Your pet is not just added damage. They will become both your close companion and your savior. The Fire and Water pets use this as a magical elemental strike, while the Earth and Wind pets use this as a sustainable attack it ends when they get hit. Another example is Command: Threatening Stance I which you can use at level The key to staying alive with the Spiritmaster is learning to use the right pet for the right job and being ready to swap on the fly.
Unleash the Beast New Spiritmasters and all pet classes from any game have a distinct tendency to play in one of two ways. They either treat their pet as nothing but added DPS, or they take on the role of pet cleric. Avoiding the first is going to require some effort for some. Remember that the two of you are partners and his armor and hit points are far superior to yours. You picked the second to squishiest class the game has to offer yes, the Sorcerer is slightly worse off , so suck it up and learn how to survive.
Despite that last sentence, the Fire Spirit makes a good first pet because you also need to learn the art of pulling agro off of him when you want to.
Learning this skill takes a lot of time and patience, all of it through trial and error, but believe me, this is the time to do it. As you go up in levels, so does the cost to heal your soul and recover lost experience for the deaths you accumulate. The object of the game is to time it just right so that when you pull the mob off your pet, it dies at your feet, only managing to get one or two hits on you, if any.
This exercise serves multiple purposes all at once. First off, this is going to give you a very distinct feel for the way you and your pet interact together. It will also save you downtime. The effort required to master this skill can be frustrating, but if you put the time in now, it will pay off dramatically in the future.
You Still Have to Chuck Some Spells Mastering the relationship between yourself, your pet, and your current mob is the most important skill to get down and although it can be rough to learn, your spells are there to help you. Unlike your misguided counterpart, the Sorcerer, as a Spiritmaster, you come into your power quickly. The best set of spells you get during your early career is at level My favorite spell of the bunch though has to be Energy of Fire I.
The description would be hard pressed to be more bland and uninformative. So how could such a boring sounding spell be my favorite? And they cast multiple times. These two little glowing balls of barely contained hell will become a central part of your damage campaign and are what allow you to create an environment of sustainable damage on a target.
If you make the effort, it will be worth it. Not only to you, but to your groupmates as well. Related Articles.
Aion Spiritmaster Guide
Edit The Spiritmaster is the debuff specialist and the only class that utilizes summons in Aion. Spiritmasters use their powerful summons to damage and keep enemies at bay while they themselves inflict massive damage through the use of their damage over time skills. The Spiritmaster is considered to be a secondary dps and secondary CC class. To offset this lack of direct damage, Spiritmasters also have the ability to summon and command many different elemental entities that can fill a variety of roles to match any situation. But while their many different damage over time skills can be combined with their summons to inflict considerable damage , what makes this class truly unique lies in their ability to remove buffs from their enemies and their ability to cast fear status on their targets.