The Paladin is a battle-ready warrior for whom faith is a shield, and fights for what he believes to be right. His steadfastness gives him powers to bestow blessings to his friends and wreak cruel justice on foes. There are those who call the Paladin an overwrought zealot, but others recognize in him the strength and goodness of the Light in hunting D2 Items
Paladin Builds: Hunting Diablo 2 Items
The Paladin is a powerful character against monsters and bosses and against other characters if you are using a Hammerdin
- Auradin: using auras to kill.
- Avenger: uses Vengeance as his main attack to add elemental damage.
- Charger: attacks well and can beat casters in one hit (most of the time).
- Cleric: focuses on healing skills
- FoHer (Fist of the Heavens): using Conviction aura and “FoH” to kill his enemies.
- Hammerdin: high damage high defense and cannot miss when you aim correctly Mage: a FoHer/Hammerdin hybrid.
- Pindlesdin: Pindleskin farmer.
- Ranger: uses ranged weapons.
- Smiter: attacks less but stuns a lot.
- Zealot: attacks fast less damage.
Knowing the Paladin: D2 Items Hunting
Paladins use holy magic as gifted by the High Heavens. They maintain strictly ordered lives, constantly upholding the cause of Virtue and Light. They must never succumb to worldly temptations lest they risk being deceived into following “false lights” – demons masquerading as Heavenly beings. Paladins may use their skills to increase their prowess with sword and shield, as well as cast blessing auras on themselves and to any who join them. They are particularly skilled against the undead, as they know many holy incantations effective against these types of creatures.
Numerous Paladin orders exist/have existed. The position of “Paladin” stems at least as far back as the Protectors of the Word, Which were formed just prior to Rakkis’s crusade against the West. Since this time, different sects of Paladins have formed, with separate goals and bases of operation. What these orders share in common is their devotion to the teachings of Akarat and spreading the Zakarum faith. By the End of Days however, many Paladin orders had been disbanded. Some formed new orders (such as the Templars), while others went rogue or freelance. Others have simply died. While the Knights of Westmarch continue to function, they have distanced themselves from the Zakarum, and are more focused on defending Westmarch from physical rather than spiritual harm.