Classes are the types of characters the player can choose to start the game with. Currently, there are three classes to pick from: Swordmaster, Mage, and Defender. Along with those classes are two sub-classes for each class, which can be unlocked by collecting Class Tickets or buying them with Crystals.
There are three types of classes currently in game. Defense, Offence, and support. Defense has a more tank-like build, able to defend against more damage. They do less damage. Offence classes are the damage dealers, and support classes provide healing and buffs.
When creating your character, there are three starter classes to choose from. These classes are all offence.
Endgame Classes are classes that can be obtained near the end of the game. There is currently one class, the Demon, that is available for 100 Class Tickets. More will be added in the future. They will be called Dragoon and Bow.
When enough Class Tickets have been obtained, you can unlock and switch between any of the Sub-Classes, regardless of your Starter Class.
|Dual Wielder||25 Class Tickets (Tier I)||Offence|
|Paladin||75 Class Tickets (Tier II)||Offence/Defense|
|Elementalist||25 Class Tickets (Tier I)||Offence|
|Mage of Light||75 Class Tickets (Tier II)||Support|
Skills are the abilities classes use to assist in battles against enemies.
All classes have a Basic skill, which has no cooldown. In addition to the Basic skills, all classes have Damage skills, sometimes at least one Support skill, depending on the class, and an Ultimate skill, which requires some time before it can be used. However, the Starter Classes do not have an Ultimate skill. In addition to the skills unique to each class, all classes have the sheath and dodge skill.
Class Tickets are a form of currency used for unlocking classes. They can be collected through means of quests, world events and dungeons.
For more information on Class Tickets, click here.
- During the game's Alpha, the only two classes available were Dual Wielder and Frostfire Mage.
- The Elementalist subclass was originally called the Frostfire Mage.
- The Paladin subclass was nerfed because of it dealing more damage than envisioned.
- AbstractAlex states on his Discord that the next classes (or rather weapon users) being implemented were Spears and Bows.
- Sub-Classes used to be unlocked at level 15 and 30. Upon reaching the required level, a player could choose from one of 3 classes and could not change their decision afterward.