There are 5 classes in Mir4, which are very different from each other. Each player can choose the character that best suits his or her style of play. But even after choosing a class, you still have the opportunity to customize the character even more for yourself. In this guide, we’ll talk about Taoist.
Taoist Guide and Build
Taoist is a melee class, very melee. Your main tactic should be to close the distance from enemy to enemy in seconds, as well as control a group of enemies. All this can be achieved by using skills wisely.
Let’s start with support skills. Taoists can heal and protect themselves and nearby allies. If you are playing in a team with friends, a couple of these skills will not hurt. Heal is a standard healing skill, it applies to you and allies nearby. Guardian Circle gives you an increase in physical damage and also creates shields for allies. And finally, Greater Heal – this high-level skill can not only instantly heal but even revive fallen companions.
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Now let’s move on to the attacking skills. You must remember that you need a balance between attacks and control, so as not to give the enemy a chance to attack in return.
Use Moonlight Wave and Sunbeam Sword to hit enemies at their weak points. Alternate with Moonlight Orb and Tai Chi since they collect and hold enemies in one place and also deal damage. This is the basic principle of the build.
Equipment and Spirits should reduce the cooldown time of skills and increase critical damage.
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