Elden Ring: Prophet Class Starting Stats and Equipment
The Prophet is another class that made it out of the Closed Network Test and into the final build of Elden Ring with only slightly altered stats. As the name suggests, they utilize faith-based magic that can heal allies and damage enemies. This specialization makes Prophets the game’s other dedicated spell class, this time for Incantation spells. Each Prophet begins their pilgrimage at level 7 with 10 Vigor, 14 Mind, 8 Endurance, 12 Strength, 8 Dexterity, 7 Intelligence, 16 Faith, and 11 Arcane. Moreover, Prophets come equipped with a spear, finger seal (a necessary catalyst for Faith-based spells), and rickety shield. They start the game with the spell Heal (which is self-explanatory ) and a Beast Claw, which rakes the ground in front of them with five damaging waves.
Even though the Prophet isn’t as durable as other classes, their magic makes up for their shortcomings. That’s especially true of the Heal spell which should be incredibly valuable since curative items in Elden Ring are, in classic Soulsborne tradition, short supply. However, like the Astrologer, once the Prophet runs out of mana, they’re in trouble.
Elden Ring: Confessor Class Starting Stats and Equipment
If the Prisoner is a mix of Bandit and Astrologer, then the Confessor class combines the Hero and Prophet. The Confessor starts the class at level 10, the highest of any beginning archetype, and sports 10 Vigor, 13 Mind, 10 Endurance, 12 Strength, 12 Dexterity, 9 Intelligence, 14 Faith, and 9 Arcane. In their journeys, Confessors bring along a broadsword, a shield, and a finger seal.
The Confessor can be considered a demi-replacement for the Enchanted Knight class from the Closed Network Test, albeit with a focus on Incantations rather than Sorceries. Still, much like the Prisoner, the Confessor is another good choice for players who can’t decide between magic and melee.
Elden Ring: Vagabond Class Starting Stats and Equipment
While most melee classes are geared towards stats that let them quickly defeat opponents, the Vagabond instead focuses on survivability. This tank class starts at level 9 with 15 Vigor, 10 Mind, 11 Endurance, 14 Strength, 13 Dexterity, 9 Intelligence, 9 Faith, and 7 Arcane. Moreover, Vagabonds begin with a longsword, halberd, and shield.
The Vagabond is geared towards players who like to play defensively with heavy armor. That doesn’t mean the Vagabond can’t cleave enemies effectively, just that they are better at shrugging off blows than other classes.