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If you've noticed, there was a bit of a shortage of spellcaster types in Blade and Soul. There were only two spellcaster classes in the game: Force Master for the Yun, Gon, and Lyn; and the Summoner, which is exclusive to the Lyn. It's a bit of an imbalance, as there are three melee DPS classes: the Kung-Fu Master, Assassin, and Blade Master, the Summoner is limited to only one race, and quite an unpopular one at that, and Jin cannot choose Force Master.
The Warlocks is a spellcaster-type class that can only be chosen by Jin and Lyn. It is a mid-ranged combatant whose bread and butter are talismans, which they use as projectiles, spells, or conduits for summoning. And if you a blade and soul account with a warlock, you can have even better gear that makes it even more powerful.
The play style with the Warlock involves casting debuffs on and binding their enemies, making sure that they are vulnerable to your attacks, and that they don't damage you while you attack from a safe distance, as the warlock is a “glass cannon”. If a Warlock gets caught off-guard, which isn't raredue to its somewhat lengthy skill cool down times, then they'll be in a pinch.
But despite that disadvantage, the Warlock more than makes up for it with its powers. Other than being able to deal damage and inflict debuffs from mid-range, they can also summon Thralls.
Indeed, the Warlock is a welcome addition to the world of Blade and Soul. With its unique play style, players are in for a treat.
As you would expect in a stealth class, similar to the rogues of World of Warcraft, assassin characters rely on dexterity and subterfuge to engage their enemies. It is a mobile class, fragile, but with high amounts of burst damage, so it is relegated to DPS roles. Their weapon of choice is the dagger, but they also use ninja tools, various kinds of explosives, and gain advantages on the battlefield by laying traps.
These guys are excellent at escapes, surprise attacks, and in general are favored team means in world PvP. Having an assassin close by, always gives you the appearance of being outnumbered, making your enemies succumb to their own bravado, once your ally leaps from the shadows and begins applying huge amounts of burst damage.
They adjust their play style with two primary “stances”, a decoy stance and a stealth stance. The first is meant to evade attacks while applying damage, while the other is meant to assist in large burst damage and surprise attacks. They use “chi points” as a resource mechanic to enable their special abilities, and are built up by using “Focus”. Focus isn't an issue in PvE, but must be carefully management in PvP due to the equipment normalization. For those who want a character with high mobility and don't mind one with lower durability, then buying an Assassin toon might be your best bet.
These are melee warriors at their finest, specializing in combat swordplay, but not to be confused with the Blade Dancer. They are a warrior class, which are good at parrying and evading enemy's attacks and following up with counter attacks. These characters use focus as a resource as welljust as assassins.
Blade Masters are fairly straightforward. Not exactly glass canons, but they are formidable DPS classes, which are part of the Jin and Yun races. They are quick and mobile units that are able more to deflect and dodge attacks, than they are at taking raw damage. Therefore it is important for Blade Masters to equip themselves with lighter armors in order to remain light and nimble on their feet. Many of their attacks are benefited from attack from the rears, but unlike Assassins, they can handle frontal assaults without any disadvantages much better. They are quick and agile, and rely heavily on combination attacks to build up combo attacks.
Destroyers, these are not difficult to classify in accordance with what most MMO players are already familiar with. These are tanks, full stop. They are known for their intense and formidable physical strength in order to wield huge axes, and other two handed weapons. They also have decent defensive capabilities allowing them to absorb or armor deflect large amounts of damage. They are the classic, slow, heavy, damage dealers with good absorption.
Like other warrior classes in MMO's, the Destroyer relies on “rage” as a resource mechanics. Simple attacks generate rage over time, which when the destroyer has culminated enough to expend it, can unleash devastating damage attacks. Unlike Chi with the Force master, the rage bar starts at zero and gradually builds up. Using judgment and ground slam attacks lead to destruction and fierce winds attacks. These dudes, are nuclear devices on the battlefield, but bear in mind their slow hulking nature.
These characters are awesome, apologies for the bias. But they are akin to the “Mage” class in Warcraft, casters that rely on “Chi” (Mana otherwise as we would know), and deal spell damage according to ice and fire, from a distance. These are glass canons incarnate, dealing damage at range, with their survivability highly dependent on keeping distance from themselves and their enemies. Don't let them get too close.
Unlike other classes in Blade and Soul, their abilities do not combine to form high combo chains, their skills are infact, fairly simply, which places them at risk of other classes who engage in crowd control.
In later levels, Force Masters will need to familiarize themselves with the Orbit mechanics, wherein after receiving the Fire Fury and Frost Fury skills, little elemental orbits will appear, stacking up to three, revolving around the Force Master. They each last 30 seconds and they contribute to stacked buffs and attack combos on enemies for more mature players.
Kung-Fu Masters use their own fists and feet to destroy their opponents. Most of the Kung-Fu Master's damage abilities are delivered in combos for fast and very effective melee ranged attacks. They have little problem making advantages over their enemies during battle with such speed.
They use “fighting spirit” points as a resource. They stack with passive abilities, and as with other resources, the more complicated and diverse combo abilities require higher numbers of stacked fighting spirit points.
These are versatile classes, “jack of all trades” seemingly, in that they maintain a balance between mobility, durability, and damage application. They are exclusivehowever to the Lyn race, so think carefully about your character background story before choosing this class. They are distance casters much like Force Masters, but they have a decent mix of defensive, crowd control, and support abilities.
Blade Dancers like the Summoners, are also Lyn-only classes. They have a small size, thereby utilizing swift and precise movements similar to the Blade master of the other races. However, they are still very different in gameplay mechanics. Blade Dancers have lower health, defense, and blocking abilities while making up with higher critical damage chances and evasion.
Due to the sandbox nature of Blade and Soul, a person creates a character, becomes committed to “that main” because of the devotion needed in building skill levels, and experience. Blade and Soul brings back the soul of original account buying that existed in games like Warcraft, when trading toons to accounts wasn't possible. So now, instead of being limited to one “main” or, tediously leveling up a second, get what you want on PlayerAuctions by trading with other gamers. The best place to buy Blade and Soul accounts, is somewhere with other players, where you can be sure that the account was lovingly and tenderly leveled by another gamer, and not by risky bots.
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