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In Life Forge, there are four starting classes to choose from; Page, Hunter, Magi, and Bard. These classes have three unique subclasses that the player chooses to advance to at Level 25, which can minorly or dramatically change how the class is played by changing how the class scales with certain stats, by granting new class specific skills, and more.
 
In Life Forge, there are four starting classes to choose from; Page, Hunter, Magi, and Bard. These classes have three unique subclasses that the player chooses to advance to at Level 25, which can minorly or dramatically change how the class is played by changing how the class scales with certain stats, by granting new class specific skills, and more.
   
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<p style="text-align:center;">A hybrid subclass that allows for respectable damage while having great health scalings, making them the sturdiest of Hunters. The warden possesses multiple transformations that increase abilities, damage, health or defense which allow for a wide range of possibilities.</p>
 
<p style="text-align:center;">A hybrid subclass that allows for respectable damage while having great health scalings, making them the sturdiest of Hunters. The warden possesses multiple transformations that increase abilities, damage, health or defense which allow for a wide range of possibilities.</p>
   
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<p style="text-align:center;">'''[[Wizard]]'''</p>
 
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<p style="text-align:center;">The healer focused class. Clerics are saintly individuals that use white magic to assist their allies and tanky items to withstand their enemiers.</p>
 
<p style="text-align:center;">The healer focused class. Clerics are saintly individuals that use white magic to assist their allies and tanky items to withstand their enemiers.</p>
   
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<p style="text-align:center;">'''[[Blademaster]]'''</p>
 
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<p style="text-align:center;">The esteemed 'tank' of the Page class. This class is capable of soaking up huge amounts of damage, and is a key component of any party.</p>
 
<p style="text-align:center;">The esteemed 'tank' of the Page class. This class is capable of soaking up huge amounts of damage, and is a key component of any party.</p>
   
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Latest revision as of 02:12, May 1, 2020

In Life Forge, there are four starting classes to choose from; Page, Hunter, Magi, and Bard. These classes have three unique subclasses that the player chooses to advance to at Level 25, which can minorly or dramatically change how the class is played by changing how the class scales with certain stats, by granting new class specific skills, and more.

Hunter Edit

Shade

A stealthy assassin class, capable of massive damage and nimble movement. While Shades possess impressive damage potentials, be aware of their low durability - they are an extremely squishy class.

Ranger

A ranged DPS class capable of sustained damage from a distance. This class possesses slightly more durability and utility compared to the raw damage of Shades, making them a well-balanced mix of survivability and damage.

Warden

A hybrid subclass that allows for respectable damage while having great health scalings, making them the sturdiest of Hunters. The warden possesses multiple transformations that increase abilities, damage, health or defense which allow for a wide range of possibilities.

Magi Edit

Wizard

The classic blow 'em up spellcaster, focused on using damage-dealing magics to fell their enemies. This is traded off by Wizards being the most fragile of Magi, with poor health scalings.

Necromancer

A tankier caster class. Necromancers delve into dark magics and power. They concentrate on using a balance of tanky and damage dealing items and spells.

Cleric

The healer focused class. Clerics are saintly individuals that use white magic to assist their allies and tanky items to withstand their enemiers.

PageEdit

Blademaster

A high damage melee class, ideal for rushing in to battle and dishing out fast damage.

Knight

A stoic tank capable of damage somewhat in between that of a Blademaster and a Guardian, while also maintaining a decent defense. This class is considerably durable, but still very capable with a sword in hand.

Guardian

The esteemed 'tank' of the Page class. This class is capable of soaking up huge amounts of damage, and is a key component of any party.

Bard Edit

Minstrel

A very support focused class, capable of buffing nearbly players with its many buffs. The base bard kit making it quite capable of still holding its own in battle

Muse

A mixed class that uses transformations to adapt to their build/situation at hand. Adds a good deal of versatility and survivability to the class.

Jester

A offensively oriented class that can navigate the battlefield more efficiently with the use of blind, blink and stealth.

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