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What class do you usually choose while playing an online role-playing game? Why?


There are four basic classes common in most RPGs which include a tanker, offensive magic-caster, buffer, and an assassin-type. I prefer to be a tank in almost every MMORPG I joined since it's less expensive given you don't need to purchase a lot of potions while leveling/farming. Do you prefer tanks like me? Or you often go for casters or a purely offensive melee class?

 

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    dailytop10 4 years ago

    True..Probably the only weakness of those type of characters are sealers. You won't be of so much use if you can't cast any spell. hehe

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    dailytop10 4 years ago

    An all-round class. That's really cool. I never played WoW but I'm judging from your experience, it's not a surprise why it's one of the most popular MMORPG today.

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    dailytop10 4 years ago

    So true. The problem about majority if not all tankers in MMORPGs today is that they tend to be useless without a party. Either too slow to chase down enemies or lacks destructive skills. In some games, tankers can be disregarded during pvp.

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    dailytop10 4 years ago

    Same here. I remember a game which features Mages with spell shields making them pretty good tanks as well.


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