Oh dear, it was ranger... phone corrector messed it up...
As for the priest.. what race and stats did you give him?
Priest - Pale Elf - (this is my picture i am using. I didnt make just found but agh pales elvs dont have dark hair , besides that it works)
M-15 C-10 D-10 P-14 I-14 R-15
This can be changed up alot though. So instead of Per do more Dex for faster casting. Instead of Res do more Int or Might. Priest have really good accuracy and deflection spells. Some of these choices were for role playing purposes but can be changed.
Ranger - Hearth Orlan ( used stock photo) wolf for extra damage and pretend its my dog with me on the adventure
M-15 C-9 D-15 P-15 I-9 R-15
I focused on Animal melee talents/abilities like vicious, merciless, resilient, predetor's sense. For Raner - stalkers link (also stalkers torc amulet this is random look so loot at table to find its easy to miss) binding roots or take down for cc, Stunning shots (important because this works in melee and really make ranger shine later in game basically stun enemies on hit without needing that enchantment like prone on crit). Even stuff like defensive bond become useful for this build since your are always together with animal. Ranger i gave great sword because wounding is best ranger weapon enchantment and Tidefall is great sword. Can be done with dual wield with drawn in spring (although you find this weapon much later in game) but you can have two weapons worth of enchantments and faster attack and faster stuns (basically stun lock enemy with fast weapons). For dual wield i would drop dex and pump M/P/R. The way i played this ranger is by keeping my ranger and animal together and then picking off backline/weak or available targets by setting up a flanking position between my animal and ranger on either side of target so right off you get a flanked status on enemy which trigger merciless companion since it the animals sneak attack. Later on your animal will crit over 100 damage makes you look like a wimp. Then with stalkers link, stunning shots, binding roots, and predetors sense they drop like flies. I also generally hid at beginning of fight for a tick or hid behind enemies for a tic when fight starts so they dont auto targert you right off. Ive seen Boeroer do more of a tank version with shield.
My concept for this build was deadfire slave looking for his people. So he really hates the ruling authorities here because of what he finds out about the wars and general racism but does good toward the glanfathans who he come to find out are his people. So i generally work against the interest of dyrwood but for the interest of the glanfathan. So my spin on typical evil character since its a matter of perspective whether character is evil or not. I generally dont love straight good/evil stuff.
Edited by draego, 26 January 2018 - 02:13 PM.