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|2016 年 1 月 6 日 星期三
|Class Popularity of Blade & Soul
|Something along the lines I would have guessed aswell. I mean, playing ranged dps (well, all classes are dps in this game) in a game with so complex and action packed combat system (mainly for melee) kinda makes you miss out BNS Gold. It's kinda why esper was the least popular class during the launch of wildstar; ranged class that had to stand still to cast bunch of the spells, in a game where running (mainly dodging) and gunning were the main aspects of the combat.
On the other hand summor is generally seen as the easiest class to play and despite the class being so "kawai" it shares alot of aspects with your general wow-like hunter spec by being a mobile ranged dps class with a pet and pockets full of utility.
Assassin should do fine in group PvP since you are still focusing down one person in the end albeit being they are a tad squishy so you have to be careful not to get double team of sorts.
That's essentially it. High skill ceiling and good coordination with your team and you will be perfectly fine. Granted in some respects there are other classes that kinda put out the similar damage while not being as mechanically difficult as the assassin.
But, I also know that this is an MMORPG in which I'm going to be playing with others. I'm not worried of being snubbed, I just want to know that I'm not holding anyone back. I don't mind a class that requires high levels of skill/learning, but I do hope that if I can master it I'll be rewarded in all aspects of the game (Solo PvE/PvP and Group PvE/PvP).
They do fine damage CC/DMG/AoE(probably one of the best AoE classes at that) It's just the nature of the pew pew pew class in comparison to the general martial arts aspect of the Blade-Soul Gold. Granted I believe they are one of the harder classes to PvP with(squishy and not too many defense mechanics) Plus it technically has some competition with Warlock in terms of being the flashy mage.