Thread: The best class youve tried
Jul 17 2012 07:57 PM #41
Let's just say PEW PEW UNF.
I love my mini, but hunters are sexy in most every conceivable way.
Jul 17 2012 08:35 PM #42
My favorite, by far, is the Champion class! My first character I made and my favorite! Champs rule!!
Jul 17 2012 09:01 PM #43
I've only rolled a Hunter, Minstrel, and Warden.
Hunter is my first, and my main, and will likely be my favorite, but Warden is a close second. I think it loses one or two points primarily because there are so many combos you need to memorize. He's absolutely tough though with self healing abilities, and the capability of going toe to toe with an Elite at his level.
Minstrel is my least favorite of the moment, because she seems to be the weakest and squishiest of the bunch, save for self heals. She has more trouble with enemies than the other two classes has, but she can also move while fighting to keep enemies at range. I'm not very fond of kiting though. I either want to get in, kill the enemy up close and personal, or have them dead after a few shots from a bow. I don't like having to evade regularly for a protracted period of time.
Jul 17 2012 09:08 PM #44
I will always consider my warden my first love but now I am leveling a LM and I must say it is delicious! Both classes allow me to take on multiple mobs and stand on a pile of corpses after I am finished, just in different ways Then again I am an alt-a-holic and dabble in a little of everything. My Champ is my favorite stand by to take a break from my two advanced classes and just go faceroll over some hbaddies which is awesome. This game has some brilliant classes, that's for sure.
Jul 17 2012 09:59 PM #45
only got my awesomesauce up to 75
no other class has got what it takes to make me lvl them
Jul 17 2012 10:37 PM #46
I have a total of 12 characters. My first and main for the longest time has been a hunter but after over a year of focusing mainly on the hunter I branched out and began to put more serious time into all the other classes. I would have to say, even though my heart will always be with my little hobbit hunter, at this point I have found the minstrel to be the best to handle. I heard so many negative things from others about how squishy minnies are or how they cannot handle combat as well as guardians, champs, etc. but personally my minnie rarely ever dies and she has been able to take on mobs that would quickly kill all my other classes (except my guardian but battle on her is too slow and tedious for my liking at times).
While I have many reasons to love all classes it is the minstrel whom I turn to the most when I want to get stuff done.
Jul 18 2012 03:15 AM #47
I'm a sword and shield guy. Not only here but in Skyrim also. There is just something about charging into a bunch of baddies with no regard to stealth.Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, totally worn out & proclaiming "WOW, what a ride!"
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Jul 18 2012 03:40 AM #48
Huntress: because there's not a scuffle she can't get out of.
Captain: because of his conflicts between his inheritance and his nature, his heredity and his deeds.
RK: because she's found her place, and she's versatile.
Guardian: because he's like a water current; little by little, he chips away the dross in his path to the gold.
Minstrel: Singing herself out of trouble? What's better than that? Now, if only we could hit with the instruments...
Warden: Versatility; no matter what harms haunt the borders, he'll be prepared to face them. Alone, if need be.
LM: She's chosen to teach her foes that there's no shelter in the Shadow for them, no defence Darkness can grant them to shield them from the Firstborn.
Burglar: Nothing beats sneaking past dangerous mobs, and emptying their pockets, while you're making your way back home.
Some of them are still growing, and for some reason, I haven't yet tried a Champion.Jestem tym, czym jestem.
Jul 18 2012 04:56 AM #49
I love my warden! No need to memorize thousands of different icons and what skills hide behind them, just a simple three builders to combine (and the gambit combinations are so much more easier for me to memorize than all the little pictures the other classes have ). She's flexible, she's fun, she's invincible ... the way to play the warden is just so much easier for me than any other class I've tried, and it feels like there's nothing in Middle Earth she can't do . (Disclaimer: I haven't tried tanking ToO T2 with her yet, I may finally find my match there )
If I leave the warden aside and compare all the other classes with their colourfil skill icons, the minstrel is my favourite hands down. She was my first character in this game, the character that got me into instance running (and later on even raiding), the first to reach level cap, and to this day no class I've tried (except for the warden) has felt nearly as enjoyable as the minstrel. I've since tried the burglar, loremaster and guardian in (low-level) groups and found I enjoy them in grouping much more than solo, too (although the guardian does feel clumsy and kind of boring ever since I finally learned tanking on my warden ), but so far the warden is the only one that's come close to the minstrel.
Jul 18 2012 07:14 AM #50
Warg. No buffs, no legendary weapons, no armour, but bloody great claws. Hardly play anything else these days.
Jul 18 2012 07:28 AM #51
Jul 18 2012 08:40 AM #52
1.) Hunter.. bacause I feel so relaxed playing it. Easy skills, nuking, some CC, squishy but deadly. I'm exploring new places and gathering resources..
2.) Warden.. because gambit system is so unique. I haven't played such class in other pc game.Elves - Dusriel (RK75), Dusreth (HNT85), Dusaran (WRD65), Dusador (GRD24+)
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Jul 18 2012 09:45 AM #53
Minstrel. The amazing burst dps, mobility, and self healing power make soloing far easier, and the ballad/anthem mechanic makes grouping something more than just spamming BC. A close second would be Warden, due to its flexible nature and uncluttered toolbars. These two classes are the ones I've felt really powerful playing. I also like RK, but it just seems too squishy...
Jul 18 2012 09:55 AM #54
for getting thru the game, guardian or champion. for extreme fun: burglar
Jul 18 2012 09:57 AM #55
For me I can't decide but my top 3 would be:
Guardian would be 4th :P
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Jul 18 2012 09:58 AM #56
All of them.
No, really, I love playing every class. I enjoy different ones most at different times depending on my mood. I'm nostalgic about my hunter, since she was my first character, but I can't say that she's my favorite. Wardens are of course awesome, and I love playing mine. I've also really been enjoying my Guardian recently. But I'm not sure that I could pick a favorite...
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Number 1...minstrel due to the versatility, their burst DPS is now nearly continual DPS with self healing and both heal over time and power over time potential, plus group buffs and corruption removal, still a bit squishy for end game raids though
number 2 hunter kills most mobs before they can even get close enough to put up a fight, amazing travel skills, too, plus the tracking skills really help with various quests and deeds
number 3 Guardian, great solo but can be tough for holding aggro grouping due to the DPS ability of other classes
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Jul 19 2012 01:10 PM #58Originally Posted by Fionnuala
Glad to see someone has a more positive viewWingwoz (on hunters in LOTRO), "I prefer to think of them more like Elvis or James Dean. Terminally self indulgent but their presence in a party, nay, the very fact that they ever existed, makes the world a cooler place."
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Jul 20 2012 03:49 AM #59
Well, as I haven't been playing LotRO that long (just over 3 months), my highest level character (a Hunter) is only level 41. Being an alt-aholic and a craft-aholic, I'm very impressed with all the classes I've played so far, and now looking forward to getting the Moria expansion (hopefully today, after thinking I had got it yesterday *laughs*) so I can play the Warden and Rune Keeper as well.
I suppose I'm very influenced by the crafting skills I give to each character as well. For example my LM is good to have as a Jeweller and Cook, supplied with cooking ingredients by my Minstrel, and who can make his own instruments, a Staff for the LM, a bow for my Hunter, and hammers for my Explorer Champion, if he fancies a change from the weapons made by my Hunter. The Champion is kept busy gathering essentials for the others, and also supplies them with Light and Medium armour, as well as metals for the Captain to make his armour, and wood for the Minstrel to do his thing as well.
My present Guardian is a bit stuck at the moment (level 22 - I have a higher level one on another server), due to wanting to get his historian qualifications higher before progressing in level (and I think I have had a run of rather bad luck in acquiring enough components to bridge the gap), but the others are stacking the later level components away ready, so I'm looking forward to an enjoyably long period dedicated to levelling him up, with the others all capable of providing what's needed, as they will be needed.
With my 'key' character, from a craft-aholic perspective, being the Champion (an Explorer Champion is very complementary to my other classes, with the Hunter being the main provider of hides for his tailoring), I thought I'd try a Burglar as an Explorer too. So far, that's panning out well.
I'm relishing getting the Moria expansion, but what to do with the new classes from a crafting perspective? I think both may temporarily be historians, to help the Guardian get over the hump, and then respeccing, as I see how they pan out.
Strange thing really, if I didn't know how nice the Guardian really is to play, on another server, the grief I have had with this particular one, due to the Historian skill on him, could easily have put me off the class entirely. But I know it is just a glitch to work through, so no panic, and let the others get well ahead for a bit, to pave the way for him with vast quantities of crafting components for higher levels.
If you have had problems playing a particular class at low levels, and have abandoned it, go back and have another look at it a few months later. Your experience with other classes will have changed your perspective, and second or even third time around, you will probably 'click' with it.
Have fun anyway, which is what it is all supposed to be about.
Jul 20 2012 01:17 PM #60
Burgs are easily the most survivable class in the game. On one of my burgs (Riddermark), not even trying, I was in my late 40's before dieing for the first time.
My favorite though is Champ. Continually mowing through mobs at 10-30% health... awesomesauce.
I think my champ has hit 1% health - and lived - more than all my other toons, combined.
Now THAT is what I call FUN!
Oh, and yes, I have died more with my champ than all other toons combined as well. But that is a properly played champ.
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Jul 20 2012 06:36 PM #61
Favorite for soloing--Burg. Favorite for grouping--mini. Favorite for just.. all around.. LM.
Least favorite would be hunter, which was my first class, but I completely abandoned it after I got my mini to max level.Pony Lovers Anonymous
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Jul 20 2012 07:01 PM #62
I've played every class to at least level 45. Out of all of those classes I've only leveled a Captain, Lore-Master, Burglar and Minstrel to the end-cap. I enjoyed all of the end-cap ones but the Minstrel. I don't like the Minstrel anymore thanks to the RoI update.
Captain - The #1 versatile class in the game. Amazing support class offering the roles of Tank, Healer, and Buffer. While the Captain may be slow at leveling, he makes up for what he lacks in with his group skills. Captain leveling picks up after level 30.
Lore-Master - The #2 versatile class in the game. Also another amazing support class offering the roles of DPS, CC and Backup healer. While he's not technecally a true mage, he certainly looks like gandalf in appearance and skill-inspirations. Lore-Master leveling picks up after 30.
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Jul 20 2012 08:42 PM #63
I'm going to gripe about about my hunter who I loved until after level 65. My level 75 hunter is a disappointment. Talk about not leveling well from 65 to 75. I have great gear and still feel like a slightly above-average dps. Sure I do really nice sustained dps, but look at burgs and minis and champs. Champs will out-aoe us in sustained damage. Burgs do sweet damage and although it isn't as sustained as a hunter, it's darn close. Not only that, but burgs have addle to interrupt enemy inductions. Minis have decent dps too... and can self-heal, and can move, and can stun. but I have to trait a legendary to get a heal? Really? I have to run up to an enemy to interrupt them? A hunter, who is suppose to kill at a distance? At level 75, I only use about six skills in a rotation. Needful haste, quickshot, powershot, swiftarrow, barbed arrow and use blood arrow to offset power costs. Sure I could use my new buff arrow with annoying character animation, or burn hot for 20% damage every once in a blue moon, or split shot (Who the heck designed that, anyhow?). I could use rain of arrows, but I don't need a ton of aggro from mobs that haven't been picked up yet. Melee skills? I have needful haste, I'll still use bow before sword. And legacies... when I played my burg into Moria, I was thinking: "I might have to choose between legacies? Awesome!" For hunter, what else are you going to choose? They aren't impressive at all. Needful haste, induction crit, focus crit (thanks for making us have two crit unlocks, nice!) and bleed damage from barbed.
Induction crazy. I hate when people say hunters kite... we don't kite... we hit a target, run away! Then hit a target, run away! Kiting is running around the enemy constantly. My burg kites, my mini kites, hunter does not kite, I'm dps, if I pull aggro that's my fault. If you kite a hunter you're not playing the role they're supposed to play: burning a single enemy down faster than any class. Up until level 65, the hunter did just that. After RoI, we seemed incredibly nerfed. Armor doesn't protect us nearly as much and our skills don't level well at all. Heartseeker at level 75? Swift arrow does more consistent dps.
Yes, I know that some people will run a different setup and will trait red instead of blue and burn hot instead of using precision. I've run with some of them. I still out-dps them in precision and somehow, just somehow I manage not to pull aggro like they do... because I know how to cycle targets and burn down the ones I can handle on my own, or on a single boss not fully dps it unless my guard wants me too... which leads me to my newfound loves... burglar and mini. Burglar has wickid dps, but not enough to really take it from a tank. In short, you don't need any more dps for grouping. Unlock that crit chain and the enemy is hurting. Plus, burglar survives more. I haven't had many wipes at all, and if I do, it usually is when I forget to hit a key skill to save my hide, like HIPS, lol, or Touch and Go.
Mini is like the hunter I always wanted... and needed. You are mobile and still ranged. You can heal yourself and buff yourself. You have a ranged interrupt for solo play and you can, if you're into that thing, kite an enemy while laughing at how quick you burn them down. RK is like that too... the hunter without inductions...
But King of them all is the Warden. Marvelous, simply marvelous! Yes, Bilbo Baggins, greater than a burglar and the dragon Smaug... the warden laughs in the face of the hardest mob. Even using Battle Prep gets me in the mood for fighting. Run toward and enemy already swinging your spear and buffed up before you slam into your opponent. I actually go looking for mobs on my warden! On my burg and mini, I try to skittle around them so as not to engage in the same ole skills. Not so the warden. All those gambits mean fighting doesn't seem to get old. It is a daunting task, but it is a rewarding class.
Champion felt so boring... first character I made and I think I'd better level him up before my warden or I'll never have a 75(85) champion. Same for guardian.
I might get around to a Lore Master or Captain, but minis have enough buffs for me, and my burg gives my a nice taste of debuffs.
Sorry for the rant, but it's my honest opinion of the classes I've played thus. Hunter 75, Burg 58, Mini 39, Warden 38, Champion 22, Guardian 8
Please Turbine... makes changes to hunter for the next release... please. I miss playing Sind!
Jul 21 2012 03:23 AM #64Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, totally worn out & proclaiming "WOW, what a ride!"
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Jul 21 2012 03:42 AM #65
I started off with a Hunter and really liked it, but personally I got bored of him a bit fast, so I rolled an LM. Oh WOW do I love LMs! Nothing wrong with Hunters at all - they're great. Hunter just wasn't a good fit for me.
I also rolled a Minstrel and that was a lot of fun. I love "support classes" and so that was a good fit.
But recently I rolled a Warden and found that really, really fun. So I've been working on my Warden lately and I love it. I've never really leveled any of my characters that high because I don't have a lot of time to play, and when I do play I tend to get distracted socializing and crafting, etc. But I have fun and I suppose that's all that counts!
So for me it's Lore-master, Warden a very close second, Minstrel, and Hunter. Captains are pretty cool too.Tuorr - Elf Lore-master | Cauliflowre - Hobbit Minstrel
Grimauld - Man Hunter | Curthang - Man Warden
Dec 10 2012 09:46 PM #66
Gotta be my champ i just love it even though im not big on traits he still is able to live amazing at lvl 71. Also wardens great fun the ga,bits can be confusing at times but the self heals debuffs life saps etc is just great i like the ability to solo so hands down these 2. I also like my rk and lm but not as much as these 2 but definitley champs all the way
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Dec 10 2012 09:53 PM #67
Burglars are my favourite class, and i've been in love with them since i started levelign one. I currently have two at endgame.
I do however have a healthy love and/or appreciation of all the other classes.
Except guardian. I hate that thing. Since Turbine will only sell me 17 character slots at least i don't have to double up on that one class :PLeader, Rangers of Eriador - Snowbourn
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Dec 10 2012 10:12 PM #68
Captain all the way! I love pushing my guy to the limits and seeing how high a level he could take and how large a mob.
I guess a lot of it comes from the fact that I love that inspiring leadership role (which is what I'm assuming led me to working in management...at least that's what I tell myself). While everyone else was always all about the elves or the hobbits or, even, Gandalf...Aragorn, Boromir, and Faramir were always my favorite characters from the books. In fact, the first time I read the Fellowship (forever ago in grade school), I actually cried when Boromir died.
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Dec 10 2012 10:15 PM #69
It was Warden until Turbine made Champs they way I always thought they should be. Now it's neck and neck, champ and warden. I've tried all the classes and most are fun, but I just can't get into Captains and Burgs. I've tried ever so hard, but could never get either above 20 or so. Every other class I've taken over 40, and have five over 75.
Dec 10 2012 11:03 PM #70
"Best?". Dunno. Most fun?
I have to say that my Champ is what I often look forward to most. At the time when I happened to create it Champs were temporarily unable to win the fights I wanted to fight, something that has been corrected since then.
Dec 10 2012 11:22 PM #71
It took me a while to get the hang of it.
It was my third toon after Hunter and Guard. I made it to show my son how a character was made.
My Guard was (and technically is) my main toon. (Fun to play too, but much more interesting in groups.)
The Hunter doesn't get much play because I have kinnies with only hunters to play at high levels.
L-M is versatile and fun. Just like the burglar you have to find a different way to get things done much of the time.
I really like the Burg too, but he's parked in Moria in his mid 50s waiting for the second half o Moria to update. (Which will be this month. woo!)
RK is cool too.Claims made in forums are larger than they appear in real life.
Dec 11 2012 12:06 AM #72
For me, the lore-master. Hands down. It's fun, diverse, powerful at times, and unique to LotRO in what and how it delivers all of that.The Bees have chosen.
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Dec 11 2012 01:09 AM #73
... channels my inner Gandalf .... Lore-Master! 2nd ... Champion. The only thing that beats ISG or Lightning-Storm is Shing Shing .
Dec 11 2012 01:17 AM #74
Tried Hunter, Warden, Captain, Burglar and Guardian in that order...
I have to say my Captain will be my all time favorite for eternity...next would be burglar...
Dec 11 2012 11:54 AM #75
Oh it's a question with so many answers.. Kind of depends on what you like doing, I guess.
I like all classes except one, and here's my reasoning - hopefully it may be of some help. Either way, I just felt like writing, hehe.
- Rune-keeper is my main class and I simply love it. It's so flexible, and can excel at anything - solo to groups to raids. If you haven't levelled a rune-keeper to cap, you haven't enjoyed the game yet. One of the best classes I've played in any MMO, and I've pretty much played them all. If there ever was a reason to worship Zombie Columbus, this would be it.
- Champion was my main in the early days of the game. Still a blast to play even though I preferred it in the past. Great for solo play, great for groups although slightly tedious in group play - to me anyway. Superb class to start the game with!
- Hunter, one of the stronger solo classes. Very enjoyable I think, but I get bored with it in group play. Too monotonous. I know many people disagree with that though. Easy to play, hard to master - a good hunter is worth his or her weight in gold.
- Warden - probably my favourite solo class. SO strong, and very interesting gameplay. I never got into it in group play, but that's probably just a testament to my limited skills, hehe. Really strong class, a must-play. Slightly boring and weak at lower levels though, make sure you level it up. Really shines at 60+.
- Lore-master - a group favourite to me, I really enjoy this class. It brings so so much to the group, and it's a blast to play! Personally I don't enjoy it as much solo, but I know others do. Together with captains, LMs are shining beacons of light in larger group play. You don't want to leave home without at least one! They are quite weak at lower levels though, you need to get to 30+ or so before they take off.
- Minstrel is a blast to play as DPS I think, in solo or smaller parties. I never really enjoyed the healing part of it though, but that may just be me and my preference for RKs.. Very strong group class however, I love them in groups.
- Captain is probably my least-favourite to play solo, and probably my favourite class to have in my groups. What a captain brings to a party is pretty much overpowered, but hey.. We all love them, right? I think it's safe to say there are exactly zero successful raids without captains. They are just so good.
- Guardian is really tedious at lower levels but once you get into Moria territory and become powerful, man they're fun to play. It's like a champion that can't die, more or less. Tanking in groups is hectic and at least to me quite enjoyable. A good guardian tank is also worth his or her weight in gold. A great class, but not for everyone.
- Burglar is the one class I personally don't enjoy. Not my style, I think. That said, a good burglar in your party is the greatest thing since sliced bread so.. They can be a real treasure in groups, have no doubts about it!
Dec 12 2012 04:35 AM #76
Creep class: Warg. I tried a defiler for a bit and since I enjoy to heal, I thought it was pretty fun.
Freep class: I've rolled every class aside from a warden. My first toon was a champ, but by far not my favorite anymore. I'd say my mini, followed by my lore-master, and then my cappy (still in levelling progress).
I rolled a guardian awhile back, got her to level 10 and deleted her, nuff said there.
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Dec 12 2012 07:41 AM #77
My first class was Hunter, but im bored with him at 60 lvl maybe, shoot-run tactics.. then i tried Gardian, lvled to lvl 40, hes killing speed so slow... so much depedant on misses.. hrr, ok, tried LoreMaster.. its prety fun class, but a little to big skill induction, feeling like in slow motion movie.. ok, tried RuneKeeper.. its ok, verry fast kills, and healing ability making him perfect, but... to squishy armor, to much kiting because of dots healings. then tried warden.. mm.. till lvl 20 was realy not fun, hard to remember gambits, but then i say, &&&, all learned somehow... seecret is - learn keyboard/buttons combination, not gambit icons and what can i say, wardens IS insane chars, espetialy when u capable SOLO kill Archnemesis beast! its fun to feel indestructible Now im lvling ministrel alt, and can say, hes fun too - ranged, high crits in warspeach mode and self/other heals, no need so much tanking as RK, because of instant heals.
So my choyce:
3. LM (or 4.)
4. RK (or 3.)
5. rest, expept of burglar
6 Burglar (tried just til lvl 14 but that time was realy pain or i was doing something wrong )
Mar 26 2013 07:46 AM #78
i think that the champion is the best class because of his diversity of all weapons (his skill with the bow two-handed swords one-handed swords heavy armour) and his massive damage with these weapons
Mar 26 2013 11:35 AM #79
I have four L85 characters. I really dont have a favorite though. I made them because as a founder I discovered that it was good to have a few class types to bring to the table when looking for a group. All classes solo just fine in this game so there really isnt any reason to pick one for this purpose. When new content (levels) are added to the game, I'll run my hunter to max first. He is my pathfinder. Then I'll run my champion to max and start looking for groups to gear my characters up. Can't find a group, then I run my Burglar and Guardian up to max and expand my group prospects. I would have to say that my:
Hunter = my pathfinder
Champ = my murderer
Guardian = Raid finder
Burglar = Raid filler
I play all four very well and rarely screw up on any in group or raid combat (very good team player). I've been in game since beta and have played all the class types, but it's just to hard to keep them all leveled and geared up, so I had to let some go. Now as I get older my hands hurt after playing my burglar and guardian for long durations. So it's getting harder to get invited to raids and groups as Champions and Hunters are a dime a dozen.
Also I have a realy nice motorcycle and attend rallys as often as I can, Thats even funner then playing games online.
Mar 26 2013 11:43 AM #80
Although my champion has been my main since i started playing (Back in Shadows of Angmar, don't know what year), my favorite class is the Warden. The combat system is so much better and more convenient than any other. Having a number of basic moves and patterns and orders to remember is a better system as it saves clutter on action bars and is also easier. I like the structured nature of the combat, its more technical as you can't get away with mashing any skills and still kill opponents (or at least not very easily) but i find Wardens to be much more powerful in solo combat than Champions, Hunters or Guardians as they are pretty versatile. I would stick my head out and say its the easiest class to level with as the skill combinations aren't difficult to learn and Wardens can take on more powerful enemies more easily, while solo. Although i've only played a Warden up to the late 50s (i deleted that one and am starting a new one of different race now), i really enjoy playing the class. If i level fairly fast with my new one i might make it my main. It seems like a really well balanced out class, ranged options, melee options, medium armour etc.Y-DNA: I1 (Nordic)
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