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PostSubject: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:53 am



Scouts
Warriors
Discussion about the classes!
Mages
Priests


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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:55 am

The Scout
If the Warrior is about grit, power and sheer strength, then Scouts concern themselves more with speed, camouflage, agility and awareness. They dress in light armour, making them vulnerable… when they can be hit. Scouts are complex creatures requiring a delicate touch and measured approach, and once their inherent strengths and weaknesses are understood, they are formidable opponents indeed!

Once the scout has reached the required level of ability, they will be able to choose one of two classes to specialise in: the Ranger, or Assassin.


Ranger
Rangers are experienced Scouts who have shunned the idea of working within a regular military unit, choosing instead to work alone or in specialist teams. They are solitary figures with finely honed survival instincts and the ability to endure even in the harshest of environments. In fact, I have only met two Rangers in my lifetime, both of whom were strikingly shy figures, and never seemed at peace in the populated areas of our world.

Regarding their weaponry, Rangers are expert archers, and can set traps in anticipation of an oncoming enemy. They are also well trained in the use of daggers, so are able to engage in combat regardless of the enemy’s proximity.

A Ranger must always be aware of their surroundings, and has to plan ahead in order to ensure a good victory or a clean kill is attained.

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Assassin
Assassins are a mysterious class, and though I studied them for many years I’m afraid I found out little regarding their methods. However, it is clear that these men and women are valuable characters indeed, able to strike silently and with devastating consequences at vulnerable targets, effectively bringing down whole groups with a single action. I have heard whisperings that they follow no god, and instead follow the star of death for instruction.

Assassins themselves are fairly weak, and when prematurely discovered, rarely survive the inevitable consequences.

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:56 am

The Warrior
Fearsome and hulking, a Warrior’s way is found more through brute force and great resilience than guile and trickery. However, do not be fooled into thinking Warriors are brainless, or simple: though your first steps may be relatively easy to master, Warriors must fully dedicate both body and mind to fully understand the powerful skills they’ll later be taught. I have seen a great many Warriors in my time, and it is only the strongest and most dedicated that can truly survive in this world.

Once a Warrior reaches a certain level of proficiency, they will see their path end, and split into two distinct and new routes: those of the Gladiator, and of the Templar. Only one of these can be followed, so read on, and choose wisely.


Gladiator
Gladiators are the true melee masters of Atreia; vicious and beastly - constantly training to perfect the various fighting styles their class excels in. Much like the Warrior class that they emerged from, a Gladiator’s power comes from sheer, brutal strength - to see one of these behemoths in combat is a truly awe-inspiring sight.

Gladiators are a vital cog in any group of Daeva, and give enemies a large and powerful target to focus their attacks on. Their presence is always felt, from my understanding most often at the end of a sharpened sword.

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Templar
The Templar is a brave soul who must hold the frontline, using their shield to block and parry attacks while waiting for a weakness to show itself before retaliating. A Templar becomes more powerful when struck; indeed they can only reveal their full potential when they are in the midst of combat.

The Templar isn’t just a heavy shield and pointed sword however. Unlike their Gladiator cousins, I have seen Templars using incantations and chants to protect and heal their allies, making them a versatile yet sturdy class.

The Templar is a brave soul who must hold the frontline, using their shield to block and parry attacks while waiting for a weakness to show itself before retaliating. A Templar becomes more powerful when struck; indeed they can only reveal their full potential when they are in the midst of combat.

The Templar isn’t just a heavy shield and pointed sword however. Unlike their Gladiator cousins, I have seen Templars using incantations and chants to protect and heal their allies, making them a versatile yet sturdy class.

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:56 am

The Mage
Now we turn to the Mage, the class which first enamoured me and inspired me to learn about the Daeva and their ways. Mages are at once incredibly powerful and yet exceptionally vulnerable - able to deal out terrifying, awe-inspiring levels of damage, while taking little in return. They have command over the elements, summoning raging fireballs and chains of the coldest ice to wreak havoc over ranks of the enemy. They can even speak to our shattered planet, calling forth roots to bind enemies in place.

However, as I mentioned, Mages are also extremely weak, and so must learn to evade and divide whenever possible. As with all classes, knowing when to fight and when to flee is vital, but this is only accentuated when the defences of the subject are so very limited.

Once a Mage has survived the fragile existence of their first few months, they may find themselves able to choose one of two areas of expertise: the path of the Sorcerer, and of the Spiritmaster.


Sorcerer
The sorcerer is in many ways the natural successor to the Mage - the amount of anguish these elite few can cause is simply staggering. While Mages spit out fireballs, I have seen Sorcerers summon raging infernos, and when a Mage casts chains of ice, a Sorcerer can reply with freezing blizzards and blinding snowstorms. Their talents have single-handedly turned the tide battle before; such is the power they possess.

A Sorcerer is not resilient however, and is one of the most defenceless classes in Atreia. In order to ensure they are kept alive it is often necessary to assign others to protect them, a cost that most are able to accept, given their extreme power.

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Spiritmaster
Spiritmasters are a unique class, in that much of their power is actually derided from the abilities of the elementals they have learned to summon. I have known this to cause a degree of stigma from other Daeva as the power they wield is not really their own. However, that is not to say that Spiritmasters are weak - indeed the extra protection granted by their summons makes them far more durable than Mages and Sorcerers.

By all accounts, the path of the Spiritmaster is one of the more testing paths to journey down. While they start out with limited actual ability, their potential is great and is only unlocked as they become more experienced, eventually granting full command over all four elements.

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 8:57 am

The Priest
Now we come to the Priest, arguably the backbone of any successful party. Their ability to keep Daeva battle-ready even in the direst of circumstances cannot be underestimated, and is absolutely vital in ensuring groups survive against the more pressing challenges in Atreia. I remember seeing ailing comrades brought to full health in a heartbeat, and I have seen deadly poisons cured just as they were about to snatch their victims away from their friends and family, all by the fair hand of a kind and benevolent Priest.

Once a Priest has learned and fully understood the intricacies of their class, they will be given two new paths to choose from: that of the Cleric, and the Chanter.


Cleric

“Send me my Cleric, and I will show you the meaning of everlasting life”
- Pytherios, 3rd Legionnaire, Sanctum Defence.

The path of the Cleric is a natural progression from the Priest, as they will be granted the ability to cure even deeper wounds and protect ailing friends from cruel enemies. Legend has it that our most powerful Clerics can even bring humans back from death, though I must admit I’ve never witnessed such a miracle myself.

The Cleric has also learned a degree of self-defence and can stand their ground when equipped with mace and shield. They also have access to a range of fortifying and weakening spells, as well as a number of powerful attack spells that can inflict substantial damage on unsuspecting foes.

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Chanter
A good friend of mine once summed up the role of Chanter for me, and for whatever reason, I still remember his words today.


“It’s about versatility, Sabahla. With one hand, the Chanter will bring down a staff on their enemy, while the other summons a shield to protect a fallen comrade, all the while shouting words of encouragement to the rest of his men.”

It wasn’t until two years later that I actually met a Chanter for the first time, and understood how little he was exaggerating. The Chanter’s ethos is one of duty and faith, disciplining his or her body and soul harshly. While their abilities may cross into several more specialised roles, still the chanter has unique skills that any group of adventurers would be grateful for.

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sat Jun 13, 2009 11:20 pm

Nice guide soul Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sun Jun 14, 2009 2:01 am

thx Very Happy

btw, is it clear that the first picture are links? or do i need to write that down?
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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:51 am

i dont have any internet on my comp so i cant see it so clear. Im on my iPhone now :/ i will get my normal intrnet back in 10 Days. But what i Can see now it looks good. Also we need to talk more about aion how we will do. When the international will come out i will probably pay for it. But ill make a topic about it.

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PostSubject: Re: Aion Classes   Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:59 am

hmm okay great idea ^^

I made the discussion topic for the different classes...
because after installation (and translation etc.) that is the next thing we were talking about...

Maybe we can start a guild or something like that, but i can't play aion very much (just now and then) because i have always 4 clients from sro online Smile and i don't like to click exit when i know it took me 4 hours to login -_-

Most of time i start aion when i just had dc or couldn't login yet Wink

I get paid for plvl @ ongs all day, so i have always at least one char (the only one with premium) online.... and 4 sro clients + aion is a little bit too much.. i hate lags =S
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