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Posted 03 May 2013 - 06:08
Posted 03 May 2013 - 15:21
Control Wizards rock - even better, they are not limited to specific races; my CW is Dwarven. (The Harbinger found out - the hard and fatal way - that underestimating a Dwarf is fatal to your health.) While a Control Wizard doesn't have the range of, say, an Archer, a CW does have some decent range on spells; however, he can also mix it up in a furball (not exactly typical for spellcasters). If you prefer spells to typical bladed fighting, a Control Wizard may suit you right down to the ground - it certainly suits me.
Posted 05 May 2013 - 18:10
Abandoned as a child Arunath was raised by a group of adventurers, constantly on the road he learned by blade not book. One night he awoke to a terrible sound, a dragon hung in the air silhouetted by the moon and was raining a fiery hell down upon their camp, somehow the flames did not touch him. As he watched the lives of his friends being taken from them he prayed to Tempus that he may have the strength to one day kill the dragon. After what seemed a millennia, hungry and alone, he stumbled into Luruar and after a fateful encounter was taken under the wing of a mercenary named Horogar. With him he traveled the world helping those in need, for the right price of course, but he never forgot his true goal, to kill the dragon.
Posted 05 May 2013 - 18:59
I've played WoW quite a bit and GW/GW2 as well but always felt they were kinda slow, this is far better for me, actually being encouraged to move while fighting just makes the game so much more fun IMO.
Posted 07 May 2013 - 05:23
Posted 07 May 2013 - 19:25
Posted 07 May 2013 - 20:00
Playing a rogue elf and so far am enjoying it a lot. Still on the tutorial section but I like the mix of WoW/GW2 feel for me. Plus, always enjoyed the Neverwinter lore/setting. We'll see how long I stick with this as I tend to lose interest (was so hype for GW2 and just fell out of it after a month or two).
How is the PvP? One of my friends loves PvP from GW1 but hates GW2 so I'm hoping this one might whet his appetite. My name is Festus playing on Dragon shard.