I missed this news yesterday evening and instead, I'm posting it today. I'm not particularly fond of the Confessor simply because the archetype isn't my cup of tea. That said, this is still an awesome looking class that reminds me very much of the Bright Wizard from Warhammer Online. What I love so much about the way Crowfall is going about its archetypes and their skills is the fact they're grounded in relatively simple principals and each has a core set of passives, iFrame abilities and well thought out skills. Even a glass cannon such as the Confessor has been given tools to survive, provide crowd control as well as offer variety of damage sources. It's refreshing to see.   

Her right click power, Zealot Rush, is the mobility portion of the Confessor kit. This power very quickly slides her 10 meters in whatever input is direction provided, WASD-based. This power is fueled by stamina and she can perform it back-to-back in a jam if at full stamina.    

Best of all, the use of combo skills reminds me very much of Dark Age of Camelot and the fact players can choose paths to their abilities (in this case, Hellfire) makes progression and customisation of your character just that little bit more personal. 

The Hellfire combo is a five-part series. With this series, the Confessor is not allowed to branch and must dedicate to the A line or B line all the way through. (Or break the chain if you think you have gone deep enough. Sometimes all you need is the damage shield!

There's honestly a lot more information in this post and while I'm most looking forward to the Stalker, this certainly seems an interesting archetype and one I'd happily have by my side. Head on over to the blog post to read more

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Last Updated: Mar 15, 2016

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