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« on: December 19, 2016, 12:46:22 AM »

hi! i haven't played l2 in a while so i want to ask.

Which class is the best for me? i have in mind a few

OL (have a lvl38 shaman): will i get party easyly?
Soulbreaker (34 trooper) : party?
warlock (30 wizard)          : i havent seen a single archer in the server
Sorc                                     : XD
BladeDancer (lvl 1)          : everyone is dualboxing?

i cannot play +5h like everyone else :<
Explain your opinions if posible!!!

thank you in advance!
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« Reply #1 on: December 19, 2016, 12:58:09 AM »

hi! i haven't played l2 in a while so i want to ask.

Which class is the best for me? i have in mind a few

OL (have a lvl38 shaman): will i get party easyly?
Soulbreaker (34 trooper) : party?
warlock (30 wizard)          : i havent seen a single archer in the server
Sorc                                     : XD
BladeDancer (lvl 1)          : everyone is dualboxing?

i cannot play +5h like everyone else :<
Explain your opinions if posible!!!

thank you in advance!

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« Reply #2 on: December 19, 2016, 01:10:45 AM »

Open Party Matching, open Waiting List, select level range from 77 to 85, see which class you want to play is least visible in the list then focus on it, if you want to play it.
How your classes are being played in this server (at least in my opinion, from what I've seen as SWS):
Bladedancer: you can solo and you can party through party matching. There is a very low amount of high level bladedancers and they are needed in all kinds of parties. If you wanna party, take BD and grind it through and forget about your items, cos you just dance and sometimes debuff single target and sometimes hit single target and nothing else. All you need is to dance and the parties will be happy. Keep the rhythm up, keep the routine, ask them what to do and do it and you will have it easy. Seriously, bets choice.
OL: grind solo till Dominator cos nobody needs OL, then watch Party Matching searching for OL spot in DV/FoG parties, then stand in train drop place and spam debuffs and pray to God that the healers will spam heals;
Soulbreaker: ride on the Newbie Buffs from Adventurers' Guildsmen till 75 cos you wreck solo, get 3rd prof, search for spots as solo and hook up with a buffer (or box) or go into parties as DD150 (if you can afford, weapon with element attrib. over 150, though they are expensive, even the stones alone). Also, if you have AoE dmg skill, you can be trainwrecker, but you need either insanely good heal or a tank with healer and buffer (miniparty, which is very difficult to group up and I saw only one CP farm this way and they were ridiculously effective);
Warlock: you can solo, you can be DD150, you can buff fighter parties, you can summon people to group spots, you just have to stay active and creative and will be fine (though you can easily get bored);
Sorcerer: well, you're the DD in the FoG/DV parties - same as OL you pray to God about the healers, but instead of debuffing trains you do damage and take damage and get flagged and spam the enemy nukers and healers and die and regroup and run again into overoccupied farming zones cos where else can you go? Nowhere.

ES can solo and can buff mage parties and can wreck AoE trains cos Unicorn summon enchanted deals insane damage AoE. OL can buff parties (which still not all players know and that's why warcryer is more often taken to parties before 3rd prof) so you can dualbox and be just fine. If you can switch boxes to debuff and to AoE spelldmg you will have it easy: +DEX +CON dyes on OL and heavy armor and good Acumen weapon and tattoo speed and run make a train and root and debuff train and switch box to ES and spam AoE dmg spell. Sounds easy but is very hard to learn and you will need to find spots with rather weak mobs so they go down on one root spell duration.
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« Reply #3 on: December 19, 2016, 03:21:57 AM »

Thank you for your answer.

I did what you suggested and everyone ask for sws/bd.

So now im doubting between bd/sws/trooper

I've played sws for years as main so im used to it, but probably will disesteem it.

I've never played soulbreaker before, i dont know how to exp (i just go to kamaloka XD). I think exping as mage is not viable, also i have warrior buffs. but being in a mage party would be cool, but i guess is not a real nuker.

Thank you anyhow!
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« Reply #4 on: December 19, 2016, 03:43:25 AM »

95%+ community is russian, if u cant play in cp dont make sws/bd/ol/wc,

stick to dd+cov or pony+cov

ull make 78/9 on cov and thats it, Wink
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