Fighters have always been renowned for their prowess on the
field of battle, and their unique skills truly set them apart from any other
who can wield
a blade or mace. As they begin on the path of combat young fighters quickly
learn to antagonise their foes, provoking them into a blind rage wherein
they forget all others, concentrating solely on the one who enraged them
so, saving spellcasters from their wrath. As they become more proficient
in their field they learn to attack with greater force, with greater speed,
or to master their defensive techniques, protecting themselves from even
the harshest blow or bit.
Fighters alone may master these attacks and defences.
Active Uses: Allows
the use of a variety of offensive and defensive techniques.
Undisputed masters of the bow ranger have become skilled with
a range of techniques allowing them to further their advantage of range with
ploys. Some simply target weaker parts of a foe's anatomy to increase
damage done, but other skills a ranger learns include loosing their arrows
and even pulling their fleeing enemies towards them. When forced into
melee combat some rangers have been known to strike their enemies such as to
paralyse them, allowing them the time to retreat to a safe distance to
use their skills
in archery to save the day.
Only rangers have learnt such subtle uses of the bow.
Active Uses: Allows
the use of various archery techniques, and a little with melee.
Rogues, the lords of stealth and masters of surprise have a selection
of deadly skills, enough to make any beast fear what is hiding
in the shadows.
fast attacks to the blinding effects of their explosive dust
rogues can surprise even the most prepared opponent, though it is when they
creep up behind
their enemies that they may really bring their skills to bear,
from the mild sting
to the near instant death of decimation rogues are truly to
feared most when they are not seen.
Only rogues have mastered the cunning ways of the dagger and the
Active Uses: Allows rogues to attack in a variety
of stealthy ways.
Passive Uses: None.