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Weeeheee.. up in the air.. A Doomdiver’s last words i think ;)

But looking down from here and counting the folks down there who fight each other i start to wonder..

There are many careers which are talked about.. but some careers are most of the time not discussed at all. I talk about the matchup Runepriest and Zealot. Some might say that there are other classes, but here and there i hear someone say, that they want to play e.g. a Blackorc or Chaos Magus (not much discussed either but still mentioned somewhere). So there are just those two healing classes who are imo left alone.

Afaik both the Runepriest and the Zealot share similar mechanics, i.e. healer with some nasty (de)buffs. So it’s not the dps-kind of Archmage/Shaman and the get-in-the-crowd melee Warrior Priest/Disciple of Khaine. Does that make the careers not interesting to play or are the players just happy with the layout of the class and think that there is no need for discussion?

The only explanation i have at hand for the Runepriest is that it’s a dwarf in a robe.. some would say dress. ;)

Maybe the people think that such careers are of no use in PvP fights as they are vulnerable (not much armor, like the WP and DoK) or don’t deliver enough damage (like the Archmage/Shaman). So why there are so few discussions about that class?

Are they just boring, underpowered/usless, perfectly fitting or is it just that the dwarf wears a robe?

If GOA manages to let me fill in my OB codes i will see.. ;)

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Posted August 7, 2008 by Karic in WAR

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