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#1 Aug 28 2010 at 1:11 AM Rating: Good
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Am I the only person who's at least a little bit curious. I know most people will mix and match classes, leveling more than one, or even all, but I'm sure many of us also have a preference in a specific class. Afterall this is the system most of us have grown up using in MMO's over the years. I purposly haven't narrowed down the choices of work classes, I have a feeling a minority of players will consider a specific work roll over anything else, so this will even it out.

So out of curiosity, the class you priorities is..

The class you priorities is..
Archer :15 (12.9%)
Gladiator :18 (15.5%)
Marauder :12 (10.3%)
Pugilist :16 (13.8%)
Lancer :11 (9.5%)
Conjurer :19 (16.4%)
Thaumaturge :17 (14.7%)
Diciples of the Hand:5 (4.3%)
Disciples of the Land :3 (2.6%)
Total:116


Edit: If a poll like this is already around, you can get around to deleting this. I haven't seen one in the weeks I've been here however, but I could just be stupidly blind.

Edit2: Guess only certain players can create polls! ^_____^

Edited, Aug 28th 2010 3:13am by Phanty
#2 Aug 28 2010 at 1:12 AM Rating: Good
Poll Removed: No more than one per thread, please!

Edited, Aug 28th 2010 12:12am by Olorinus
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#3 Aug 28 2010 at 1:14 AM Rating: Good
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Thank you Olorinus!
#4 Aug 28 2010 at 1:14 AM Rating: Good
no problem.

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#5 Aug 28 2010 at 1:17 AM Rating: Good
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I'm definitely going to be playing a lot of each class, but feel like settling down with thaumaturge. I have this vision of a hellsguard roegadyn from Ul'dah that's a master of magic...some of my inner RPer comin' out there. That could change though...I had a lot of fun with pugilist and marauder already in beta...and when it was all said & done @ closing time wednesday my highest class was actually fisher. No matter what I decide, I think it's close to automatic that I'm going to start with leveling pugilist to 6 simply for 2nd wind. That sounds like the beginning of a really solid "guide for beginners"

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#6 Aug 28 2010 at 1:21 AM Rating: Decent
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Conjurer since I only really like magic.... surplus here I come... maybe..
#7 Aug 28 2010 at 1:22 AM Rating: Good
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THM I guess, probably with CON thrown in if/when I hit the surplus limit. In every RPG I played as some sort of spellcaster (MMO and tabletop) except for XI and I am not sure why that is. Now, when I play XI I find myself longing to be a BLM but not having the patience to level it up these days. Thus, I intend to start off down the Magic side of things from the get-go and possibly level a melee char later :D
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#8 Aug 28 2010 at 1:29 AM Rating: Good
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I'm definitely going to be playing a lot of each class, but feel like settling down with thaumaturge. I have this vision of a hellsguard roegadyn from Ul'dah that's a master of magic...some of my inner RPer comin' out there. That could change though...I had a lot of fun with pugilist and marauder already in beta...and when it was all said & done @ closing time wednesday my highest class was actually fisher. No matter what I decide, I think it's close to automatic that I'm going to start with leveling pugilist to 6 simply for 2nd wind. That sounds like the beginning of a really solid "guide for beginners"


Omg. It is like we are the same player. Except I'm going to be a hellsgaurd roegadyn from Gridania who specializes in conjury. I did love Pug though - and I highly suggest everyone level pug to 6 for second wind. It is the best cross-class skill I've seen at a low level. Once you get it on pug you can equip it from level 1 on every other DoW and DoM class - it uses 500(?) TP to cure a significant amount of damage, and since the magic classes, for example, don't have anything to use their TP for until level 10 (I believe) - it is an effective thing to have on the action bar to save your **** and your MP.
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#9 Aug 28 2010 at 1:32 AM Rating: Decent
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Apparently every ******* class because there is no choice in the matter.
#10 Aug 28 2010 at 1:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
TwistedOwl wrote:
I'm definitely going to be playing a lot of each class, but feel like settling down with thaumaturge. I have this vision of a hellsguard roegadyn from Ul'dah that's a master of magic...some of my inner RPer comin' out there. That could change though...I had a lot of fun with pugilist and marauder already in beta...and when it was all said & done @ closing time wednesday my highest class was actually fisher. No matter what I decide, I think it's close to automatic that I'm going to start with leveling pugilist to 6 simply for 2nd wind. That sounds like the beginning of a really solid "guide for beginners"


Omg. It is like we are the same player. Except I'm going to be a hellsgaurd roegadyn from Gridania who specializes in conjury. I did love Pug though - and I highly suggest everyone level pug to 6 for second wind. It is the best cross-class skill I've seen at a low level. Once you get it on pug you can equip it from level 1 on every other DoW and DoM class - it uses 500(?) TP to cure a significant amount of damage, and since the magic classes, for example, don't have anything to use their TP for until level 10 (I believe) - it is an effective thing to have on the action bar to save your **** and your MP.


That's kinda funny, I definitely want to borrow some of the elemental spells from conjury if I go thm, I'm tempted to pump up my affinity towards fire or lightning and kind of specialize in burning/shocking things along with the enfeebles & such. Thaumaturge can also use a shield which is cool. Only 250 TP for 2ndWind & I remember it gave me a third of my HP back @ rank9 pug. Which was awesome, allowed me to solo a dodo for like 600 something class exp...though that's still risky when they sleep & slow you down.
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#11 Aug 28 2010 at 1:40 AM Rating: Decent
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Gladiator main, I really enjoyed in B3 after I got some abilities an d notably a shield to use phalanx with. Only hting I'm not sure of yet is race.
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Gladiator first so I don't get left behind on the end game stuff in the future. Then most likely archer or conjurer for my "fun" job. We'll see what else SE throws in class wise though. If assassin or hunter type ever make it in, that's what I'll be going for.
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#13 Aug 28 2010 at 2:26 AM Rating: Decent
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My plan is to LV all classes up some cause there is some rly nice spells/abilities out there. But I'm hoping to settle down with Gladiator since I loved main tanking in FFXI. I have to wait for PS3 most likely unless i get lucky for b-day/xmas and get a new PC. Also I'm hoping there will be a lot more stuff to come for the release that we have not seen yet. Rly rly looking forward to digging into this game, its gonna be EPIC!!!!
#14 Aug 28 2010 at 2:45 AM Rating: Excellent
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I know only a few votes have been cast but I'm very surprised that this amny people are opting for the mage classes and THM in particular - I honestly thought that THM would be one of the fringe classes - obviously wrong. Will be interesting to see how this poll turns out :)
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#15 Aug 28 2010 at 2:54 AM Rating: Good
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Thaumaturge for the hitting, Carpenter for the earning.
#16 Aug 28 2010 at 3:44 AM Rating: Decent
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Pugilist for me all the other classes kind of look lame atm maybe i do some crafting when i can't level my Pugilist anymore :(
#17 Aug 28 2010 at 4:35 AM Rating: Decent
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Conjurer most likey with a dash of thaumaturge.

But I'm thinking of saving my stat points to when I hit level 10-15 so I got a good view of the class, if I do not like it then I'll go for physical dmg dealer(s).
#18 Aug 28 2010 at 4:56 AM Rating: Decent
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I was planning on Musketeer, but since that won't be in at launch it gives some freedom to focus elsewhere. Particularly on the crafting and gathering classes.
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#19 Aug 28 2010 at 6:02 AM Rating: Excellent
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This question still needs to be stickied. It gets asked every week or two. Not that I'd expect you to know that, since only premium members can search for posts.
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#20 Aug 28 2010 at 6:11 AM Rating: Good
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Riathy wrote:

But I'm thinking of saving my stat points to when I hit level 10-15


Dont bother, spend away. There is a button in the stats menu that lets you reset your stats. You can do this every 30 minutes! Its a bit restricted at higher levels (infact, it gets restricting from level 10+) in that only a few of your stats are "shaved off" for redistribution, so Id imagine at top levels itll take a while to rebalance totally from a Melee to a Caster.

Point is though, that you can redistribute, so dont worry about it :)
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#21 Aug 28 2010 at 6:22 AM Rating: Good
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Prior To Playing Beta 3
I was planning on playing Conj, Tham and Archer. I also was interested in Weaver.

After Experiencing Beta 3
Fishing and Cooking until L.10 each. Then I'll level Conj and Tham equally. I'll use Archer as a change of pace. By the time I earn 20 levels of fishing & cooking, I'll have a nice headstart in the physical stats department for when I start out on my mage jobs. However if I find myself low on shards, I'll probably start earlier with the mage plans.

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Dont bother, spend away. There is a button in the stats menu that lets you reset your stats. You can do this every 30 minutes! Its a bit restricted at higher levels (infact, it gets restricting from level 10+) in that only a few of your stats are "shaved off" for redistribution, so Id imagine at top levels itll take a while to rebalance totally from a Melee to a Caster.


That is a very nice feature and I hope it makes it into the gold release. I'm so used to games with limited or no IP reset like Anarchy Online. It was so easy to gimp your character out and the only way to fix it is to delete and start over. :(
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I know only a few votes have been cast but I'm very surprised that this amny people are opting for the mage classes and THM in particular - I honestly thought that THM would be one of the fringe classes - obviously wrong.


...take a walk on the wild side. Every one likes to play the dark side. OBTW my kids start laughing when they see your seagull avatar. I have to boot them from my computer areas when I read these forums.
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That is a very nice feature and I hope it makes it into the gold release. I'm so used to games with limited or no IP reset like Anarchy Online. It was so easy to gimp your character out and the only way to fix it is to delete and start over. :(


I remember back when I played UO I was used to being able to reallocate whatever wherever (provided I earned the stat/skill of course) then played Ragnarok for a bit and made a terribly statted mage char and found I couldnt rebalance my stats. Nearly 2 months of play wasted and I had to restart! :<
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#25 Aug 28 2010 at 8:05 AM Rating: Good
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GLA. I want to tank. If i end up reaching the "exp cap" on GLA I will need to figure out how to "ninja" tank on PUG. Can't wait!
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GLA. I want to tank. If i end up reaching the "exp cap" on GLA I will need to figure out how to "ninja" tank on PUG. Can't wait!


That about same for me. Since I plan to have as much vit/def as i can(still with good str/dex) most of all my melee class end up tanking in some way shape or form.
#27 Aug 28 2010 at 8:44 AM Rating: Good
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I'll start as Marauder and hop around alot, ending as a Gladiator I predict.

I'm looking for a good list of skills for each Class by Rank, all in one place. Anyone know of this already?

I need to find the basic Cure, instead of letting all those MP go waste. Can anyone tell me the Class and Rank you learn it from?

I will have another character, a Mage of all sorts. Although it seems it wil lbe best to level mainly on one character for awhile. He will mostly get parked in good fishing locations, so I can log on to him and fish at will.

That's the plan. Good poll! Seems Thaumaturge is very popular.
#28 Aug 28 2010 at 8:49 AM Rating: Good
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Aha! Cure is Rank 4 Conjurer. This time around I'll probably start there.

I see there is now some very useful info in the Class forums.
#29 Aug 28 2010 at 9:42 AM Rating: Good
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Thaumaturge most likely, unless the gun wielding class is badass. (Musketeer, wasn't it?)
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* I plan on ranking up Miner/Botanist/Fishing (~10-~15) while gathering as much materials as I can.
* Run a single leve for Blacksmithing/Armorcrafting/Alchemy/Leatherworking/Goldcrafting to make the easy jump away from Rank 1.
* Raise additional ranks in the above through just regular crafting.
* Run Thamaturge up for slow
* Run Conjurer up for Cure/Stoneskin/Shockspikes
* Run Pugilist as high as possible
* Uae remaining leve's for tradeskills to reduce costs.

and that's just the first week... So yeah, pretty much everything.

...I have a feeling I plan this stuff out too much. :P
#31 Aug 28 2010 at 10:00 AM Rating: Good
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My priorities are going to be Pugilist > Lancer > Carpenter (or other DoH, depends what looks like it'll help out the most) and probably Botinist. I'd love to be able to make arrows by the time i give archer a try. Pugilist would be my "main" though.

I really dont have any interest in leveling casters until they add a 3rd class, I don't think I'll be able to skill up at my pace enough using only 2 classes with the surplus system.
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#32 Aug 28 2010 at 10:08 AM Rating: Decent
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I'm going for Archer as my DoW and as for DoL and DoH......I know i'll be working on multiple DoH jobs and more then likely my DoL will be Botanist as I think it adds a great deal to the DoH jobs.
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#33 Aug 28 2010 at 10:28 AM Rating: Good
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I absolutely loved playing pugulist, ever since I saw the classes get announced I was always interested in pug. Of course i'll be pulling some stuff from other classes, (especially lancer) but pug will be my main, followed closely by fisherman :P.
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I picked Archer, but I have more or less equal interest in Lancer, Conjurer, and Botanist to start with. I'm not sure about what actual craft (as in, not gathering) that I want to try.
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#35 Aug 28 2010 at 10:41 AM Rating: Decent
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Gladiator tank will probably be my main but to tell you the truth with surplus i will probably be lvling most of the classes at the same time will love to see SAM back & will be my main once it does if it does come back to 14
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#36 Aug 28 2010 at 11:23 AM Rating: Good
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I'm very surprised that this amny people are opting for the mage classes
Well, there's only two. If you combine discipline of war versus discipline of magic it's 36 v 22 (so far).
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I'm very surprised that this amny people are opting for the mage classes
Well, there's only two. If you combine discipline of war versus discipline of magic it's 36 v 22 (so far).


Lol when you put it like that who can argue! :)

Was surprised is all. I kind of thought that I was in the minority on that class. I met many many more CON's when playing Beta than THM's as I thought it was one of the least understood classes....probably still is actually.
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Personally I'm leaning towards Lancer/Botanist/Weaving + Leatherworking for my first set of "main" classes - although I think I really want to play Archer and I'm just so worried about the financial requirements that I don't want to start messing with that until I've got a little bit of established income.

The caster classes appeal to me moderately, but the biggest turnoff (as in promptly logged off and never bothered getting any further than the opening battle) is the control for using AoE vs. single target for spells. So they'd have to definitely change that system before I'd be interested in giving them another shot.

Now I just need to decide what race I'm going to be :(

I don't want to be a Lala (I was a Taru in FFXI, no thanks to being a midget again), I can't get a Hyur to look just right (those **** Highlander caveman faces just kill me!), I'm not feelin a Manthra, and the Roegadyn are pretty sweet but with the mouse controls being as poor as they are I was constantly clicking on my big always-in-the-way character when trying to click on npcs. Oh, and Elezen {No thanks}.

On a completely unrelated sidenote, yay for finally dropping my wowhead ZAM account and setting up a XIV one, but :*( for mega low post count. lol.
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I'm focusing on Goldsmithing at the start.
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#40 Aug 28 2010 at 11:59 AM Rating: Excellent
Pug to start, while leveling other jobs for goodies. I was thinking about going the fishing/cooking route again but I think I may give Botanist/Weaver team a go this time.
#41 Aug 28 2010 at 11:59 AM Rating: Good
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I'll start as Marauder and hop around alot, ending as a Gladiator I predict.

I'm looking for a good list of skills for each Class by Rank, all in one place. Anyone know of this already?

I need to find the basic Cure, instead of letting all those MP go waste. Can anyone tell me the Class and Rank you learn it from?

I will have another character, a Mage of all sorts. Although it seems it wil lbe best to level mainly on one character for awhile. He will mostly get parked in good fishing locations, so I can log on to him and fish at will.

That's the plan. Good poll! Seems Thaumaturge is very popular.


You'll also want second wind from Pug as we mentioned above. Cure can be a pretty slow cast on melee. TBH if you want a use for your MP I would suggest going for stoneskin... can't remember what level CON that is - 6 or 7 I think ... I was playing pug I didn't use cure because I had second wind as my class skill - but using stoneskin before a fight was great. There is also shockspikes from CON at level 8 (I believe) - this stuns the enemy when they attack you - also great for solo/duoing/tanking
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#42 Aug 28 2010 at 12:01 PM Rating: Good
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I'm focusing on Goldsmithing at the start.


Right on. That's going to be my first craft too - which I never expected to happen but after playing it in the last round of beta I was sold.
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I'm focusing on Goldsmithing at the start.

Right on. That's going to be my first craft too - which I never expected to happen but after playing it in the last round of beta I was sold.


So from your experiences from leveling a Goldsmith, did you have to level up another crafting job or two in order to maintain your Goldsmith advancements?
#44 Aug 28 2010 at 3:47 PM Rating: Good
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Grand Master Scribe Olorinus wrote:
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I'm focusing on Goldsmithing at the start.

Right on. That's going to be my first craft too - which I never expected to happen but after playing it in the last round of beta I was sold.


So from your experiences from leveling a Goldsmith, did you have to level up another crafting job or two in order to maintain your Goldsmith advancements?


One of the things I liked about goldsmith was that you could create full, ready-to-sell, armor at low levels with no other crafting job leveled. You can also create things like dagger blades and pommels etc that are useful for doing other completed crafts but you can create things that will sell for a decent amount and sell well at a very low level
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I plan on doing a bit of roleplay this time around, even crafted up a little background story in which my character is the ******* child of a nobleman in a faraway land. Due to a series of unfortunate events, I am thrown out into the streets at an early age where I quickly learned the best way to survive in the slums was through quick wit and quicker fists. A few years pass and Lady Luck grants me her boon and I find myself with a ticket outta the dump and on a boat headed for Limsa Lominsa, Eorzea. Setting off with nothing other than the clothes on my back and my trusty weathered hora, I sail off to face my destiny.



TL;DR: pugilist
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I plan on doing a bit of roleplay this time around, even crafted up a little background story in which my character is the ******* child of a nobleman in a faraway land. Due to a series of unfortunate events, I am thrown out into the streets at an early age where I quickly learned the best way to survive in the slums was through quick wit and quicker fists. A few years pass and Lady Luck grants me her boon and I find myself with a ticket outta the dump and on a boat headed for Limsa Lominsa, Eorzea. Setting off with nothing other than the clothes on my back and my trusty weathered hora, I sail off to face my destiny.



TL;DR: pugilist


Sounds an awful lot like Leo Dicaprio in Titanic. Without the whole drowning thing...
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Redscare wrote:
I plan on doing a bit of roleplay this time around, even crafted up a little background story in which my character is the ******* child of a nobleman in a faraway land. Due to a series of unfortunate events, I am thrown out into the streets at an early age where I quickly learned the best way to survive in the slums was through quick wit and quicker fists. A few years pass and Lady Luck grants me her boon and I find myself with a ticket outta the dump and on a boat headed for Limsa Lominsa, Eorzea. Setting off with nothing other than the clothes on my back and my trusty weathered hora, I sail off to face my destiny.



TL;DR: pugilist


Sounds an awful lot like Leo Dicaprio in Titanic. Without the whole drowning thing...


but Di Caprio could never pull off a concussive blow
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#48 Aug 28 2010 at 4:07 PM Rating: Good
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Gonna play all eventually, but first gonna do all 3 DoL simultaneously as I Weave and Cook.

My DoW class will probably be Lancer or Pugilist until I get my crafts up to where I can make my own gear and repair my own weapons as well as others.

Cant wait. ^^
#49 Aug 28 2010 at 4:09 PM Rating: Good
yeah I plan to start with mostly DoL/DoH but also working up DoM/DoW jobs with guildleves.
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Archer. First name Pew, last name mother@#%^in'pew.


I really hope you do that.
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