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The Exiled Templar

He is wizened and gray, but don't let that fool you. His humble clothing hides a powerful, sinuous physique, honed by many years of hard labor and asceticism. Age has granted the Templar an older man's wisdom and tact, qualities he combines with surprisingly well-preserved physical strength. The mighty Templar bests his foes with weapons of steel, and a shield of righteousness. His great bravery and purpose drive him headlong into the fray, disdaining risk with dogged zeal. Some might look upon the Templar's bravado as foolhardiness, but they simply do not know what it means to be a man of faith. On Wraeclast, where faith and hope are dim, he is a shining, towering beacon.

The Templar is Path of Exile's Strength/Intelligence hybrid, a perfect balance of brawn and wits. He is a skillful fighter, trained in an array of weapons, from the sharpest cutlass to the heaviest two-handed mace. He's also comfortable wielding a shield, either for additional protection or as a deadly bludgeon. In combat, this pious warrior is expert at augmenting his substantial offense with a wide range of magical abilities. The Templar is also adept at taking punishment, and he's happy to be up at the front lines, serving as a martyr and champion for his ranged companions. The Templar's starting stats are 23 STR, 14 DEX and 23 INT.

The armors associated with the Templar's strength and intelligence are Coifs, Chainmail/Ringmail, Metal Gloves, Metal Boots, and Kite Shields.

Base stats

Stat Value
Intelligence 23
Dexterity 14
Strength 23
Life 62
Mana 52
Damage per second 4
Chance to hit 83%
Attacks per second* 1.2
Main hand total combined damage 2-6
Main hand physical damage 2-6
Main hand accuracy rating 28
Main hand critical strike damage multiplier* 150%
Endurance charges* 0/3
Physical damage reduction per endurance charge* 4%
Additional elemental reduction per endurance charge* 4%
Frenzy charges* 0/3
Attack speed increase per frenzy charge* 5%
Cast speed increase per frenzy charge* 5%
Power charges* 0/3
Critical strike chance increase per power charge* 50%
Evasion rating 58
Chance to evade* 32%
Fire resistance* 0%
Cold resistance* 0%
Lightning resistance* 0%
Chaos resistance* 0%
Mana regen per second 0.9

* Same for all classes Updated to beta 0.10.0g

Builds

See more Path of Exile Templar builds at Exile Pro.

Text and Speech

The Templar is voiced by New Zealand actor, Kevin Harty.

Intro speech

"I fought, wept and bled for God and the Order. I would have died for my Templar brothers, every single one. And how do they reward my piety, my devotion? They exile me to the land of the damned. To Wraeclast.

I know now that my brethren are merely God's tools. He has given me this path to walk, so I shall muster my strength and my power... and my faith. It is my shield against the darkness to come."

Character Dialogue

Achieving Level 2: "It would seem that my God has no need for my company just yet."

Achieving Level 3: "My prayers are thus answered."

Achieving Level 5: "The path becomes clearer with each bloody step."

Achieving Level 10: "Your humble servant thanks you, my God."

Achieving Level 15: "Your trust is the only reward I need, my Lord of light."

Achieving Level 20: "The night must give way to the day."

Achieving Level 30: "I was born to this land, delivered to this task. I will prevail."


On the Terraces: "My nightmares...they were prophecy."

On the Lower Prison: "In this cage, evil claws at the bars and howls for freedom."

On The Ship Graveyard: "This is a mortuary for lost children, hidden from the eyes of their Father."

On the Chamber of Sins: "The lair of a toy maker, with pretensions of Godhood."

On the Solaris Temple: "Something eternal remains of this empire. The question is, how?"

On the Crematorium: "Life in his right hand, and death in his left. And then there are those who fell through God's fingers."

On the Lunaris Temple: "And so, I take my first steps into damnation and condemnation."


Having killed the Hungry Corpse: "Even death gives no solace in this tortured land."

Having killed Brutus: "Rest now, tormented soul."

Having killed Merveil: "A woman corrupted from her humanity. I must cure this plague before it sickens all of God's creation."

Having killed Kraityn: "You're nothing, thief. Not even the life you wasted on spite and avarice."

Having killed Alira: "You are thus blessed, daughter of God. He will show you what true friendship is."

Having killed Oak: "You dare to speak for peace outlaw ? There's the peace your lies have earned you."

Having killed the Vaal Oversoul: "Back where you belong, nightmare. The faithful need not fear your kind."

Having killed Gravicius: "You chose the road, old friend. God put me at the end of it."

Having killed Piety: "Rest while you can, mistress of suffering. Judgment will not go easy on you."

Having killed Dominus: "By exiling me you were my genesis, Dominus. And now, countless miles and murders later, honored to be your revelation!"


Full inventory: "I'm no beast of burden."

Using skills in town: "This is neither the time nor the place."

Out of mana: "My mana is spent."

Not enough Strength: "I have not the brawn to use this yet."

Not enough Dexterity: "I'll need to be lighter on my feet to use this."

Not enough Intelligence: "I'm baffled by this at the moment."

Occasionally, after killing a rare mob: "Go with God."

On releasing the darkness: "I beg of you God, help me lead this world back into the light."

Gravicius, to the Templar: "You are God's greatest disappointment, heretic."

Unique NPC Dialogue

Nessa's Introduction: "I know you, The blasphemer. That's what my father called you. God saw fit to drown my father, and everyone else I ever loved. I wonder what fate He has in store for you. I'm Nessa, and I suppose I should thank you for ridding us of Hillock, that putrid giant you felled out there. You know, back in Oriath, I was taught that God loved me. He has a funny way of showing His love, doesn't He, Templar?

Bessel's Introduction: A tyrannical Templar, to be tested and tempered in the straights of Wraeclast. That's the first line of the poem I'm writing about you, exile. Easy, mate. You could damn a bloke with a look like that. The name's Bestel, captain of the good ship 'Merry Gull'. Alas, my Merry Gull is gone. My crew is gone. But my wits remain... after a fashion."

Hargan's Introduction: A Templar... in exile? Now I've seen it all. Has Dominus run out of scum like me to banish already? Ah well, since you're here, Your Worship, you might be able to help us out. We've lost some doe-eyed lovers. Clarissa and Tolman. Last I saw, they were headed out for the slums. May God above light your way in their salvation, brother.