Best deck build for Seris in Paladins

How to build the most OP deck for Seris in Paladins.

In Paladins, many Seris players want to know what the best deck build is. While there are a variety of deck build combinations that work for Seris, some are undoubtedly better than others.

We’ve experimented with Seris a lot in Paladins and have come up with two primary deck builds that we recommend using. Note that the best deck builds for Seris will vary based on your individual playstyle and how you prioritize the abilities given to Seris.

To break everything down further, we’ve put together a full guide on the best deck build for Seris in Paladins.

Best Deck Build for Seris in Paladins

The best deck build for Seris in Paladins gives her the ability to heal without Cooldown delay.
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The best deck build for Seris in Paladins, based on our personal experience, gives Seris the ability to always have her Restore Soul ability ready. This is ideal when utilizing Seris as a Support Champion above all else.

With the deck build shown in the image above, you’ll be able to heal your teammates throughout the match as long as Seris is alive. What’s nice is that the card Blood Pact also gives Seris some health back, helping to keep her alive longer in Paladins.

To quickly recap, the best deck build for Seris in Paladins uses the following cards:

  • The Void Abides: Heal all allies within 50ft of your Restore Soul target for 50% of the healing value.
  • Soul Forge: Reduce the Cooldown of Restore Soul by 2.5s.
  • Blood Pact: When channeling Restore Soul you heal yourself 210 Health per second.
  • Nether Siphon: Heal 50 Health every second while in Shadow Travel.
  • Bane: Every Soul Charge you detonate reduces the Cooldown of Restore Soul by 1s.
  • Wickedness: Reduce the Cooldown of Rend Soul by 0.5s. 

To understand why these cards are so effective for Seris, it helps to know the skill set Seris has to work with. In Paladins, Seris comes with the following skills and abilities:

  • Soul Orb: Fire a stream of magic projectiles from your hand that deal 210 Damage every 0.3s. Your projectiles pass through enemies and apply a Soul Orb stack with every hit. Stacks up to 4 times.
  • Restore Soul: Restore the soul of an ally, healing them for 1,000 Health every second for 2s.
  • Rend Soul: Detonate all of your active Soul Charges. Deal 100 Damage to the afflicted enemy for every charge detonated. Every charge detonated also heals you for 15% of your maximum life. 
  • Shadow Travel: Step into another plane of reality for 4s. While this ability is active you are in stealth and immune to all harmful effects.
  • Convergence (Ultimate): Cast your soul core into the battlefield. After a delay, a tear in reality will manifest and drag in nearby enemies. 

Seris is currently one of the best Support Champions in Paladins for a variety of reasons. Not only is she relatively straightforward to play, but she can be tricky to kill when played correctly.

For example, if Seris is being targeted by an opponent, she can make use of the skill Shadow Travel. If the above deck build doesn’t work in conjunction with the way you play Seris in Paladins, you can try out an alternative deck which we’ve included down below.

This alternative deck build for Seris in Paladins buffs the usefulness of Shadow Travel.
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  • The Void Abides: Heal all allies within 50ft of your Restore Soul target for 50% of the healing value.
  • Fade to Black: Activating Restore Soul reduces the Cooldown of Shadow Travel by 1.6s.
  • Blood Pact: When channeling Restore Soul you heal yourself 210 Health per second.
  • Soul Forge: Reduce the Cooldown of Restore Soul by 2.5s.
  • Veil: Reduce the cast time of Shadow Travel by 15%. 
  • Dark Whisper: Increase your movement speed while in Shadow Travel by 80%.

Unlike the previously suggested deck build for Seris, this deck build utilizes the Shadow Travel ability to keep Seris alive in Paladins. Again, it depends on how you utilize Seris in Paladins. If you find yourself frequently using Shadow Travel to avoid enemy engagements and stay alive, all while healing allies, the secondary deck build may work better than the first.

However, if you don't rely on Shadow Travel as much and need to deal the most healing possible to your allies in order for everyone to stay alive in Paladins, we recommend the first deck build. The key to Seris is experimentation. Play with both deck builds, and tweak them to your liking to discover the deck build that works best for your unique playstyle. In doing so, you should have no trouble creating an OP Seris build in Paladins! 

For more on Paladins be sure to check out some of our previous deck build guides including the best deck build for Ying in Paladins, the best deck build for Tyra in Paladins, the best deck build for Cassie in Paladins, and the best deck build for Koga in Paladins.

By reading through this guide, you should now know the best deck build for Seris in Paladins.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. When she's not gaming or caffeinating, you can reach her at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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