The first choice you make in Path of Exile is which course you want to play. There are six courses to choose from at the beginning of the game, and you can unlock another category during the campaign.
Before choosing a course, consider the fantasy role you want to play. You can hang a spell, shoot an arrow, or smash a zombie's head with a hammer-like any class, but some classes outperform others in one respect. Knowing which of the three play styles you want to be good at will help you choose your course.
Each of the six categories of Path of Exile has statistics associated with it. For example, a predator has higher power than other classes, which means he deals more physical damage to the enemy and is more difficult to kill. But killing will also get more POE Currency rewards. Agile is about speed, accuracy, and evasion. Intelligence provides improved critical attacks and larger energy shields, protecting the more vulnerable caster class.
Here is a breakdown of one or more statistics that each category excels at:
Duelists specialize in swords or axes. He uses a mix of agility and power attacks to avoid damage and critical hits. His early skills allowed him to choose between attack speed or raw damage. Predators are difficult to kill and can cause serious damage to mace-like weapons. He can gain powerful two-handed melee and defense skills near the gaze position of the passive skill tree. The ranger hurt everything with her bow and arrow and attacked quickly from a safe distance. She can invest in offensive speed and evasion tactics early in the game. Shadow uses daggers or claws to fight weapons or magical abilities. He can invest in Chaos Magic and Attack Speed early in the game. Templar uses a stick to attack enemies or spells to attack enemies. He can invest in magic and physical defense skills early in the game. Witches fight with magic wands or wands. She deals high spell damage through deadly attacks and can invest in minions and spell skills early.
Passive skill trees provide POE Exalted Orb rewards for your character. With each upgrade, you have the opportunity to select a new skill node and grow the tree. The course you choose determines your starting point-once you choose a course, you will not be able to change where you begin.
But you can completely reprogram your path and type in the "Passive Skill Tree" region of another class. Templars can achieve the Reaver's Passive Zone and have their skills, but Templars can achieve the Reaver's Zone considerably more costly compared to the Reavers. Any level may use any ability amongst gamers, however, some advanced and some kinds of abilities are more powerful.