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The Classes No One Wants As carefully as Sigil tries to balance adventuring classes so that each one brings value to a group in different ways, it seems difficult for fans to trust that there won’t be certain classes that become the redheaded stepchildren of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes. Every MMO seems to have at least one, or more likely a few--the lonely, the unloved, the ungrouped...the classes no one wants. How do you think Sigil will fare with avoiding lonely classes? Vote in our poll! "I played a druid in EverQuest. While I knew my class inside and out, and played it well, I still found myself looking for groups far more often than I would have liked. Two things allowed me to progress through levels with relative ease--my guild perma-group, and the fact that I could solo like a wood elf possessed. In fact, if you look at the configuration of EQ, many of the less essential classes compensated for their lack of group lovin’ by being soloing machines--druids, bards and necromancers are good examples (although personally, I liked having any one in my group). Rangers seemed to get the shaft, but then...they’re rangers." Add your voice to this poll at Vanguard Ten Ton Hammer.

The Classes No One Wants

As carefully as Sigil tries to balance adventuring classes so that each one brings value to a group in different ways, it seems difficult for fans to trust that there wonÂ’t be certain classes that become the redheaded stepchildren of Vanguard: Saga of Heroes. Every MMO seems to have at least one, or more likely a few--the lonely, the unloved, the ungrouped...the classes no one wants. How do you think Sigil will fare with avoiding lonely classes? Vote in our poll!

"I played a druid in EverQuest. While I knew my class inside and out, and played it well, I still found myself looking for groups far more often than I would have liked. Two things allowed me to progress through levels with relative ease--my guild perma-group, and the fact that I could solo like a wood elf possessed. In fact, if you look at the configuration of EQ, many of the less essential classes compensated for their lack of group lovinÂ’ by being soloing machines--druids, bards and necromancers are good examples (although personally, I liked having any one in my group). Rangers seemed to get the shaft, but then...theyÂ’re rangers."

Add your voice to this poll at Vanguard Ten Ton Hammer.

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