Hey there. I've been playing my LM for awhile (I love it so much I made him my main xD) but I need help with Virtues...basically, I don't really know which ones to choose. So, a list of which Virtues to use and maybe a quick explanation of what they do would be much appreciated!
Little side-note, maybe this will be relevant: I'm playing an Elf LM, and I'm working towards maxing the Keeper of Animals for my Class Traits.
Thanks in advance!
Tuorr - Elf Lore-master | Cauliflowre - Hobbit Minstrel
Grimauld - Man Hunter | Curthang - Man Warden
Wisdom is a must-have for +will. I use Zeal and Valour for their +morale, and Loyalty for +vit. The last one varies somewhat... you may want Confidence and Idealism for +will too, or Innocence for mitigation. I've started using Determination for +morale and crit from agility. We'll see!
Wisdom is nice for lower levels, but when you reach 75 and get properly geared, you'll find yourself swimming in an ocean of will, when I'm in full dps gear, i have about 2100-2200 will unbuffed. So instead, I focus my virtues to add morale and mitigation to help me survive. My main 3 are Zeal, Loyalty, and Valour. The last 2 slots I keep for Innocence, Tolerance, Fidelity, and Compassion. If I'm doing Orthanc raids where the boss hits entirely tactical damage, or when I go to the moors, I slot on Tolerance and Fidelity for the tactical mitigation bonuses. (You can actually reach the tactical mitigation cap or get close to it with the raven buff and no other buffs, if you gear/trait properly and still manage to do decent damage, good tactic for the moors). If I'm about to do a Draigoch raid, I slot on Innocence and Compassion for the physical mitigation bonuses.
Also, critical rating from fate and agility are useless for a LM in my opinion, the amount you get from them is so small if you compare it to the amount you can get from pieces with pure critical raiting stats on them.