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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:03 am

Sureshot wrote:
As for a Druid style combat class there's a Monk or if you're looking for more of a healer/spellcaster then Cleric is available to select at the start of the game I think.
Oh, ffs Rolling Eyes. Trust me to love the only class they seem to have dropped. I love my D&D Druids (3.5, not 4th Edition which may as well just be Wizzards) and my animal companion. I can't remeber, but do Clerics get Teleport?
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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:07 am

Maybe it's an unlockable class? It doesn't have the full skill & spell listings I'm afraid so I wouldn't know. Sad

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:10 am

LOL! I tell a lie: Teleport.

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:18 am

wOOt!

Well, if you're ok with making a new post Sure - here's the details people will need:

Races:

6 races in total, any race can be any class
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* Human
* Elf
* Halfling
* Dwarf
* Warforged (locked): Living automations, these are like golems/walking tanks made to fight in a war - imagine a fantasy version of Robocop Razz and yes, they can use magic.
* Drow (locked) The quintisential dark elves. Nasty to the core, these are the same dark elves you've seen from previous D&D games such as Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights, etc

Classes

There are 11 Classes (dunno where I got 15 from before Razz), and each class is also has 2 or 3 seperate "paths" that further customize your character (meaning two people can play two different types of Wizards, for example)

Each of the Classes also falls into 1 of 3 different gaming 'types'

3 "Types"

Melee

* Fighter: All-round, customizable warrior type. Paths: Vanguard Warrior, Stalwart Soldier, Whirlwind Fighter.

* Barbarian: More offensive fighters, melee specialists who like to get "stuck in" - they wear less armour than others but have more health to compensate. Paths: Savage of the Wild, Storm of Kargon, Bastion of the Outlands.

* Paladin: A "Holy Knight", Paladins mix protective/healing magics with strong martial powers. Unlike clerics, they concentrate less on magic, more on arms. They are bastions of 'good' and specialize in fighting creatures of darkness like demons, devils and especially undead. Paths: The Mighty Protector, The Flame of Justice, The Truthbringer.

* Monk (locked): Unarmed and unarmoured martial arts fighters who hone their combat to almost supernatural levels, monks are incredibly hard to hit due to being so agile and their bodies actually alter overtime to 'extra-planar' creatures as they become 'one with the universe'. Use no armour (can use magical protection) and only a limited weapon selection - very, very good unarmed though. Paths: The Path of Shadow, Two-Headed Heron, The Path of Light.

Spell

* Sorcerer: Less refined than a Wizard, their spells tend to be not quite so powerful overall, but they get a lot more than wizards and the spell-sets are more varied. Their spells are still exceptionally powerful however, and they are more diverse than wizards in certain other areas. Paths: Arcane Cannon, The Dynamic Hand, The Voice of Power.

* Cleric: Martial Healers, Clerics are similar to Paladins except that they focus more on magic and less on arms. That said, unlike Wizards, Sorcerers and other Arcane Casters, Clerics spells are not effected by what armour they wear, so expect lots of plate-mail wearing healer-tanks. Paths: The Font of Healing, Scourge of the Undead, Warpriest of Syberis.

* Wizard: The archetypical spellcaster. Physically weak with minimal armour, the Wizard nevertheless possesses the capability of being the most powerful of spellcasters. More difficult to play than sorcerers because they have a more limited spell selection and low health, the spells they do have tend to be devestating, and become more powerful as they progress. A true "glass cannon". Paths: The Ingenious Sage, Necromancer, Elementalist.

* Favoured Soul (locked): "chosen of a god", A favoured soul is like a mix of cleric and sorcerer. However, with a link to their god a Favoured Soul has access to more magic than anyone else and this equates to having the highest spell-points in the game. In short, they can cast more and quicker than everyone else. Paths: Angel of Vengeance, Beacon of Hope, Divine Avenger

Specialist

* Ranger: A mix of Archer and Woodsman, Rangers are able to fight up close and personal with twin blades but excell at ranged combat. They also have specific "favoured enemies" who they specialize in killing, a bit like a big game hunter. Paths: Deepwood Sniper, Tempest, Arcane Archer

* Rogue: Assassins, Thieves, Burglars. These nimble adventurers sacrifice armour for dexterity and hit from the shadows, very painfully indeed. They also excel at finding, disarming and setting traps, can find secret doors and pick locks. Invaluable in a party. Paths: The Dark Blade, Master Mechanic, The Acrobat.

* Bard: A mix of rogue and spellcaster, the Bard uses musical magic to aid friends and hamper foes, but is also a good fighter and has many skills that help in social situations. Bards are also 'worldly' and can find out secrets others cannot. Paths: Warchanter, Spellsinger, Virtuoso of the Sword.

Hope that helps some!

PS: No Druids. Due to the nature of the world of Eberron (Its complicated and involves Dragons) there are no Druids; hence none in the game.

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:28 am

Monk Paths: The Path of Shadow, Two-Headed Heron, The Path of Light Razz
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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 3:30 am

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Monk Paths: The Path of Shadow, Two-Headed Heron, The Path of Light Razz

You used the Interwebz! YOU CHEAT! (you can't access that from the game screen which was where I was flicking back and forth from) Cheers Red, updated.

Can ye grab the Favoured Soul paths too please?

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 6:57 am

Lunarwolf wrote:
You used the Interwebz! YOU CHEAT! (you can't access that from the game screen which was where I was flicking back and forth from) Cheers Red, updated.

Can ye grab the Favoured Soul paths too please?

It's not cheating, it's a divine research tool. In BT we trust (foolishly).

Favored Soul Paths: Angel of Vengeance, Beacon of Hope, Divine Avenger
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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Sep 30, 2009 7:33 am

Muchos Grassy-@%&#!

Updated ^^

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Sun Oct 04, 2009 8:57 pm

Mentioning this to both Sure and Red made me go and find my snes emulator and now I'm playing this awesome game at work Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: What Are You Playing?   Wed Oct 07, 2009 2:55 am

I'm restarting this tonight at work