Warrior Levelling Guide
In the world of fantasy, there are a lot of ways for you to vanquish your enemy but you can simplify them in only two ways. You can either do it from a far or up close. For those who prefer to do it from a far, they prefer the use of magic or range weapons like bows, crossbows or throwing weapons (spears, throwing knives). For those who prefer doing it closed quarters or by simply hacking someone, and then the correct term is melee. Melee class characters vary, but if you want total concentration on close combat, then the warrior is a perfect fit for you. You will need the warrior levelling guide to start on the right foot. Below are a few tips on what you need to know about the warrior. After all, for you to perform better, you have to know what you’re getting in to.
● Weapons – talking about warriors and weapons is almost synonymous. The warrior will live and die by the sword, or the axe, or the spear or any combination of the sort. With the warrior, it is the ideal class for a newbie for all the concentration and distribution of skill sets should all be invested on the melee aspect of the character. The warrior knows nothing more about battle rather than fighting melee and this should be you focus when using one. The warrior’s melee damage is perhaps the most fatal and highest hit point damage in the land and in due time, given the correct way of bringing up your character, it could even wield dual weapons with twice the damage at the same time.
● Spells – the warrior’s energy is relatively low versus its hit points which are very high. The warrior again knows no other way of fighting other than melee. Using spells to vanquish its enemies would prove pointless because of not harnessing the true prowess of the warrior which is melee fighting. Another point to bring up is that because of the warrior’s low energy, it’s not strong enough to cast spells or maintain the casting thereof. There are however a few spells that a warrior can conjure like healing spells or buff spells, but at a very low level thus it is unadvisable to invest time and effort on spells when using the warrior class as stated in most leveling guide for warriors.
● Armor – another requisite of a good warrior is wearing good armor. The warrior on the battlefield will be on the frontlines and not all hacking and slashing can be avoided, so having an armor as sturdy and as thick as possible would be of big help. Paired with the massive melee damage and the speed and swiftness of the warrior’s attack scares almost everything that stands in its path.
● Group or party battle – the warrior is a tank by nature. The frontlines are where a warrior’s skills are utilized effectively. The offensive of the warrior is enough to give a crushing blow that would bore a hole in the enemy’s defense. The only thing that must be remembered when on group battles or party quests is that a warrior must have support units as well for it to sustain the heavy damage it will take when on the frontlines.
Remembering these items would be a very good start when using the warrior class. But the lesson does not end here, expand your knowledge further by looking up more warrior levelling guide.