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Yet another which class to play

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beastedkidd Level 102 Scania Cannoneer 4
Which one should i play?
I kinda like the combo systems.
I like the arrows that fly off of wind archers.
I like kaisers dragon form!
-Which is least played
-Whats YOUR favorite and WHY
-Best bossing
Posted: December 2013 Permalink

Yet another which class to play

0%0 / 12Thunder Breaker or Bucc
58%7 / 12Aran
25%3 / 12Wind Archer
16%2 / 12Kaiser

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SlimeBlue Level 186 Mardia Night Lord
Night Lord. We throw stars. We are ninjas.
Dec 31 2013
fradddd Level 170 Windia Hero
Aran is so much funner than the other ones.
Dec 31 2013
I suggest playing a zero Cause they're really op.
Dec 31 2013
beastedkidd Level 102 Scania Cannoneer 4
I suggest playing a zero Cause they're really op.[/quote]

Not looking for Op, im looking for satisfaction, and i got my zero to lvl 135 in about 8hrs just not for me.
Dec 31 2013
krzyvboi05 Level 174 Scania Shadower
Nope! haha How funded are you though?[/quote]

I'm pretty funded. My guess would be 150b+ in gear alone.
Dec 31 2013
beastedkidd Level 102 Scania Cannoneer 4
I'm pretty funded. My guess would be 150b+ in gear alone.[/quote]

You see the way my life is setup, is i have about 30m messo, and about 400m items all put into my bishop..
Dec 31 2013
juarmo Level 218 Bera Evan 4th Growth SixHeroes Guild
Not looking for Op, im looking for satisfaction, and i got my zero to lvl 135 in about 8hrs just not for me. [/quote]

First off, define satisfaction. Second, don't assume that you won't be satisfied with the effort you put into a class when you get to a "high" level, not if you START the character at a level ALMOST as "high". Sure, you got to 135 in 8 hrs, but that means you leveled from 100-135 in that time, of COURSE it isn't as satisfying as getting say, a dark knight from 1-135, you've skipped 100 of those levels, meaning you've gotten through a mere 35 levels since starting. If you want satisfying TRY playing the class longer, then you might find what wise men have said for years, "Beginnings are often easy, the journey will get harder, but that should not stop you from seeing the journey through" Zero's story has a satisfying conclusion, unlike every other storyline in the game, which either abruptly stop in the middle, or have a dissatisfactory ending. Regardless, it feels satisfying to clear a map of HOH by myself, with these EPIC skills you end up getting, that make you fly across the map, and obliterate everything in sight! Zero isn't like other classes where you see much of the gameplay by 120, you have to get to 150 or so, to see its true, brilliant, colors, and even then, while you may not enjoy dungeon crawling, that just means you can't truly say Zero is for you until you're FINISHED with said dungeon crawling and can do the same content that everyone else is doing. Also, Zero is kind of boring in the beginning before you get the hang of its skills or, heck, even have more than one set of skills. You see impatient people quitting their Zeros before they get to 110. They're used to being able to get a good feel of the class by 105, but Zero is different, you don't get used to using its new skills immediately, you don't have all your skills to begin with at 100, and you don't really know if you'll enjoy until you get the hang of it, which takes a bit more effort than other classes.

For Zero, its not training that's what takes hard work that enables you to be satisfied with the results, nor is it upgrading gear to godliness, no its certainly not that. No, the part that takes dedication is the MASTERY of its techniques and playstyle, the little nuances in skill. With enough patience, you an get to 200 on ANY class, but it takes REAL skill to master the power of Zero, THAT'S true satisfaction, when you REALLY know you put effort, not just time, into something, and you know that it was the effort, not the time that you poured, that pays off. Its the little subtleties in your technique that REALLY makes the class enjoyable.

TLDR: If you hate dungeon crawling, then you can't say that zero isn't the class for you until said dungeon crawling is OVER. Since, its likely that its the DFO-style dungeons that you hate, not the class itself. If you're not at least 135-150, then you can't honestly say he isn't for you. Zero doesn't truly get enjoyable until you've gotten a few extra combos, the first ones aren't as satisfying to use OR look at, and the real strategy element doesn't kick in until you've gotten at LEAST two combos with cooldowns. Zero is also THE most repetitive class until you've unlocked at least ONE other combo, when it becomes slightly less repetitive than most other classes, and becomes less and less repetitive as you unlock additional combos.
Dec 31 2013
beastedkidd Level 102 Scania Cannoneer 4
First off, define satisfaction. Second, don't assume that you won't be satisfied with the effort you put into a class when you get to a "high" level, not if you START the character at a level ALMOST as "high". Sure, you got to 135 in 8 hrs, but that means you leveled from 100-135 in that time, of COURSE it isn't as satisfying as getting say, a dark knight from 1-135, you've skipped 100 of those levels, meaning you've gotten through a mere 35 levels since starting. If you want satisfying TRY playing the class longer, then you might find what wise men have said for years, "Beginnings are often easy, the journey will get harder, but that should not stop you from seeing the journey through" Zero's story has a satisfying conclusion, unlike every other storyline in the game, which either abruptly stop in the middle, or have a dissatisfactory ending. Regardless, it feels satisfying to clear a map of HOH by myself, with these EPIC skills you end up getting, that make you fly across the map, and obliterate everything in sight! Zero isn't like other classes where you see much of the gameplay by 120, you have to get to 150 or so, to see its true, brilliant, colors, and even then, while you may not enjoy dungeon crawling, that just means you can't truly say Zero is for you until you're FINISHED with said dungeon crawling and can do the same content that everyone else is doing. Also, Zero is kind of boring in the beginning before you get the hang of its skills or, heck, even have more than one set of skills. You see impatient people quitting their Zeros before they get to 110. They're used to being able to get a good feel of the class by 105, but Zero is different, you don't get used to using its new skills immediately, you don't have all your skills to begin with at 100, and you don't really know if you'll enjoy until you get the hang of it, which takes a bit more effort than other classes.

For Zero, its not training that's what takes hard work that enables you to be satisfied with the results, nor is it upgrading gear to godliness, no its certainly not that. No, the part that takes dedication is the MASTERY of its techniques and playstyle, the little nuances in skill. With enough patience, you an get to 200 on ANY class, but it takes REAL skill to master the power of Zero, THAT'S true satisfaction, when you REALLY know you put effort, not just time, into something, and you know that it was the effort, not the time that you poured, that pays off. Its the little subtleties in your technique that REALLY makes the class enjoyable.

TLDR: If you hate dungeon crawling, then you can't say that zero isn't the class for you until said dungeon crawling is OVER. Since, its likely that its the DFO-style dungeons that you hate, not the class itself. If you're not at least 135-150, then you can't honestly say he isn't for you. Zero doesn't truly get enjoyable until you've gotten a few extra combos, the first ones aren't as satisfying to use OR look at, and the real strategy element doesn't kick in until you've gotten at LEAST two combos with cooldowns. Zero is also THE most repetitive class until you've unlocked at least ONE other combo, when it becomes slightly less repetitive than most other classes, and becomes less and less repetitive as you unlock additional combos.[/quote]

Im not going to lie i really didnt even want to read that, but i could tell you put a lot of effort into that. You made some really good valid points, and i think i did quit because of the dungeon crawling thats exactly it! Dont get me wrong the class was quite fun, but tbh i dont like op classes at all, they just grind my gears. I like to be balanced as possible so when i do successfully hit that high damage no one can look at me and complain about the class being op.
Dec 31 2013

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