Tera Priest is a Cloth Armor Healer, who speaks softly and carries a big stick. However unlike other games, you’re not limited to healing and bopping enemies with that stick. Even solo, you have the ability to harm as well as hurt. You can pelt enemies with a variety of Spells, Blasts, and Shockwaves, becoming almost a short-range Sorcerer.
And, since your first Spell is a self-Heal, you can engage in Tanking, of a sort, by Healing yourself as you trade shots with an enemy. Once you get Spells that Heal OTHER players, you’ll be highly sought-after for Parties, especially for Instances. Remember, though, your Healing Spells are based on your crosshairs just as your harmful Spells are, and it’s hard to heal a moving target, especially the bouncy Warriors. Healing and short-range fire-support, what’s not to like?
Because of the support nature, it’s quite hard to make Tera gold with this priest class. This gold making article should give you an idea how to make TERA Gold easy and efficiently in the game rather than grinding for hours!
If you have any tips and tricks which you believe will be beneficial for an overall effective gold gathering gameplay, leave it in the comment.
Play a Sorcerer Alt
The best thing I can tell you on Gold-making is: Roll a Sorcerer alt. Unlike priest skills focusing on support and healing, Sorcerers are AOE MONSTERS and Level pretty fast. They use the same equipment as Priests, which means you can Bank it and give it to yourself. More importantly, they are LESS gear dependent than most Classes. But again, the most important part about Sorcerer is simply its AOE attacks. You can wipe out Mass Quantities of monsters and get Mass Quantities of MONEY!
One way to SAVE money is to only delve into Alchemy Crafting. Crafting in this game is an enormous money-sink, but everyone needs Scrolls and Potions, eventually, especially Potions. You should try to make the ones that regenerate a percentage of HP/Mana, instead of the ones that regenerate a flat amount, as those sell for more. If you think ahead, you can “cheat” and Bank the ones from Noob Island, and have your higher Level characters sell them in the Brokerage for quite a bit.
Dawnhide: Best Location for Gold Making
Dawnhide is the biggest way to make money in this game. It is raw Leather, dropped by enemies Level 1-30 that the game considers “Beasts”. Anything from Noruks on Noob Island to Centaurs (I TOLD you those were good to farm!) in the Fey Forest, to Sabertooths (All breeds&variants), to Devans, to Lokians. Dawnhide is the rarest drop in the game, and since Leather Crafting requires Mass Quantities of it to Level the Skill, it’s literally worth its weight in Gold! Some of the more insane roleplayers will protest that Devans aren’t animals, and you shouldn’t be hunting them for their hides, but once you have the Leather and they want it, they’ll hold their noses and open their wallets!
You/your Sorcerer Alt WILL quickly out-Level the 1-30 “window” for Harvesting Dawnhide, but that’s OK, you can always make more alts, up to 8 characters per Server. You can also engage in a variant of “save-scumming”. Namely, have ONE of your Sorcerer Alts go all the way to 60, but your second Sorcerer, as soon as it hits 30, Bank all the loot you can, sell or Extract the loot you cannot store in Bank, bank the money and materials that result, then delete it and reroll. Also, all your characters on one Server can funnel Dawnhide to your main through the Bank, which will help, since it IS so rare!
Another way to save money is to Bank items that your other characters want/need, instead of using Parcel Post. Banking is free, Parcel Post costs money, and you have to visit the same NPC either way! Hope this Tera priest guide helps you!