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Paladins | LS16Geek | Part 16


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Paladins: Champions of the Realm is a free-to-play hero shooter video game developed and published by Hi-Rez Studios.
Closed beta began on November 17, 2015. The game went into open beta on September 16, 2016. The game also went into open beta on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on May 3, 2017.
Champions and roles[edit]
Paladins provides various characters, called champions, for the players to choose during their multiplayer sessions. Each of these champions fall into one of the following categories: Front Line, Damage, Support and Flank. Being a team-based shooter, players must rely on strategy, character knowledge, coordination and teamwork in order to attain victory. Players may use VGS, along with text and voice chat to communicate. A good team will have a balanced choice of classes that will support each other during the game.
Front Line: Champions who serve as the anchor of the team, holding the front and protecting their allies. With high health pools and shielding capabilities, Front Line champions excel at blocking enemy fire and disrupting enemy objective captures.
Damage: Champions who possess reliable and consistent damage outputs or large burst damage potential. Their damage, coupled with average health pools and decent mobility, make Damage champions ideal for skirmishes and extended firefights.
Support: Champions with high utility and healing abilities, the backbone of any team. Due to their healing capabilities that keep their allies in the fight, Support champions are invaluable allies.
Flank: Champions who excel at traversing the battlefield and getting behind enemy lines, eliminating vulnerable key targets. While most Flank champions are relatively frail, having lower health pools than any other role, their excellent mobility and self-sustain provide them with the means of escape and survival.
There are 33 champions[1] in Paladins, 6 of which are available from the start for new players to choose . Additionally, 4 champions are also temporarily accessible for free on a fortnightly rotation. Players can permanently acquire additional champions through purchases using in-game currency. More are slated for release in 2017.
Game Modes[edit]
There are different gameplay modes for Paladins:
Siege: The 'main' Paladins game mode, teams are tasked first to capture the map's central capture point and, if successful, push a payload that spawns from it to the enemy base. Each successful push or catpure grants one point. The first team to 4 points wins the game.
Payload: An attacking team is tasked with escorting a payload through an extended railroad track to push it as far as they can, or to the end goal, while a defending team thwarts their progress. A push is halted if the both teams engage in combat near the payload and it slowly moves backwards if no one on the attacking team is nearby to push it, though push progress the team has accumulated is not lost. Once time runs out or if the payload is pushed to the destination, teams switch attack/defense roles. The winner is determined by the team that pushes the payload the furthest, with the attacking team setting the bar in the first round. If the attacking team in the second round are able to push the payload the same distance as the first team, the second wins the game.
Survival: Teams try to outlast each other on a relatively small map with no respawning until the next round, all the while avoiding deathly fog that closes in from the outer edges of the map. The fog deals percentage-based damage of a champion's health and negates all healing while a champion is in it, foiling long term stall tactics. The fog starts at the edge of the map, which starts closing in after a short delay until it reaches the map's epicenter, where any surviving champion are forced to battle. To gain points, one team must eliminate the entire enemy team. Five points wins the game. This game mode was removed in OB 52.
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