Dark Age of Camelot Grab Bag Q&A

Mythic Entertainment's Joanne Laroche has added yet another entry to the long-running Dark Age of Camelot Grab Bag Q&A series on the Camelot Herald.
Q. The sheer number of the different resistance chants that Paladins have is kind of mind-boggling. What resistance chants are best to use against groups from Hib/Mid? Should I be focusing on single resists or should I just use one of the multi-resist chants?

A. The Rambling Paladin Team Lead Kyera has this advice: The six single-resist chants will stack with the tri-resist chants. They will overwrite the lower value resist buffs acquired from a Friar or Cleric. They will co-exist with the tri-resist Champion Level resist buff spells. The two tri- or multi-resist chants will stack with the single-resist chants. They will also stack with the Friar or Cleric resist buffs. They will co-exist with the Champion Level resist buffs.

The single resist chants all share a recast timer; the tri-resist chants do not. At level 50, you can get a maximum of 26% from resist buffs/chants.

The standard combination to use would be both tri-resist chants and one elemental single-resist chant. It all boils down to what you're fighting, so if you tend to run into the same people and know what they're playing, you may want to check the documentation on the Herald to see what sort of damage they're doing, and pick your chants appropriately!