Our previous guide covered two skills from the Restoration Staff skill line. Now we will go over the rest of the abilities of this line in Elder Scrolls Online. ESO account holders who wish to save fellow Elder Scrolls Online gold hunters can restore HP, or place defensive shielding on them. They can even suck the life out of enemies to save their ESO gold hunting friends.
Saving fellow ESO gold hunters
Having tough Elder Scrolls Online armor to fend off Elder Scrolls Online weapons is ideal, but doesn’t always happen. In situations like these Elder Scrolls Online account holders can use Blessing of Protection. This ability will improve the armor and spell resistance of allies in front of the caster. It will also heal the said allies.
The ability can be morphed into Blessing of Restoration. Doing so will increase the area of effect, as well as the amount of health restored. Combat Prayer is another morph of the skill. This version will also improve the damage dealt by allies in front of the caster.
Protecting your ESO gold hunting allies
Using a Restoration Staff doesn’t mean you’ll always be healing. You will be constantly support your allies however. The Steadfast Ward is a skill that doesn’t heal but helps your allies. When cast on an area, the ally with the lowest health will be given a point damage shield. The strength of the shield is based on the amount of health that ally has lost.
Ward Ally is a morph of this skill which also places a shield on the caster. If you need the skill to also heal the ally, then morph it into Healing Ward.
Siphoning life for ESO gold
The last ability in the Restoration Staff skill line is Force Siphon. Casting this on an enemy will cause players to regain health when attacking that enemy. Ideal if you need to save restorative Elder Scrolls Online items.
It can be morphed into Siphon Spirit to add magicka restoration whenever the target is attacked. On the other hand, cast time can be removed if it is morphed into Quick Siphon.