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I normally play a caster/ranged class with a little sneak thrown in.
I usually play a warrior but I like playing a mage too.
Stealth is key. The role of an assassin to take them out without being seen. Dual-wielding weapons to slaughter quicker, and more efficiently.
When it's done correctly, I love playing as a stealthy class. There's nothing like being able to slip around unseen and observe the actions of your adversaries - making diversions, silently incapacitating/eliminating targets... it's such a rush, and when you can finish your objectives with no one being any the wiser, the rewards are even sweeter.
Stick to melee damage dealing, typically with the biggest weapon I can find.
I usually go for the magic knight class. Regular Warrior/Berzerker type classes never interest me much.But if you have a Paladin/Holy Knight/White Knight type, that's usually my favorite.A close second is the Death Knight/Black Knight type.
Usually end up being a healing type or jack of all trades
Tank - i love being in the mix; and staring face first into dragon eyes... and surviving - thanks healers!
I usually always play casters. Both in MMORPG's and RPG's. Thanks and good luck to all.
Usually a Melee DPS of some sort.A lot of awareness is required of this 'class' and I am always up for the challenge. :)
My first toon is usually a rogue-type class, because I've always wanted to be a ninja. (and honestly who wouldn't!) It takes me a while, because at first I don't want the responsibility of keeping people alive but I always end up being a healing class, as soon as I remember I love healing! Plus I haven't played a game where healers couldn't have a dps offspec so if you're bored you can dps! I enjoy playing Priest/Cleric type classes, and when healing prefer to be tank heals.
I've always thought of the rouge as an exciting class, and I always play a rouge type class is rpgs.
I usually start out with Melee, as most RPGs do, but then as more options become available I begin to move to different classes. So generally I'll go like this in my starting: Melee hack-n-slash, Ranged bows with the hack-n-slash, and then I pick up magic and intertwine all three. I tend to do Bowshot attention-getters, throw in a few magic spells for damage, and then hack-n-slash when they get within melee range. If there are instant magic-spells I'll throw those as killshots. You could say that I like versatility. Surprise that I loved leveling a druid, eh?~Py~