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We're back with another Gods & Heroes feat tree. Today, we see what the Priest will be up to between levels one and twenty. We also get three images of this game that won Best of Show and Best Graphics at E3 2006.
| The Priest is the most godly hero in Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising -- which is to say, they wield the powers of the gods more extensively than any other class. Because of their intense and unyielding dedication to the gods, Priests command unsurpassed powers of blessing and cursing. In other words, they are sure to be a necessary component of any group of heroes seeking to defend Rome: not only can Priests heal their groups members, but they can also do extensive damage to their enemies. Priests are also the only heroes in Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising who can learn the spell to resurrect an ally who has fallen in battle. This, more than anything, demonstrates the immensity of the powers invested in the loyal Priest by his or her chosen god.
Priests have at their disposal a variety of spells that replenish the health of their comrades. Healing mends the battle wounds of one specific companion, while Unit Healing restores the well-being of the entire group or squad. Healing Genius allows the blessings of good health to be regained over time, which could come in very handy during a protracted battle. And if things get really dire, Draining Heal allows the Priest to convert all of his or her energy into health for an ailing ally. When a companion needs to be cured of a specific affliction, Priests can perform feats like Cure Poison and Cure Plague. And of course Priests have the ability to learn the Revive spell, which raises their fellow combatants from the dead.
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