Updated Wed, Jan 14, 2009 by Ralsu
Danny “Ralsu” Gourley thinks Runes of Magic is the best free-to-play game available, and the Dual Class System is a big part of the game’s appeal. Easily dismissed as a gimmick that lets players swap out classes, careful inspection reveals a system with depth and strategic value. Ralsu takes a closer look and shares his findings with Ten Ton Hammer readers:
Of course Frogster couldn’t relay the full depth of the Dual Class System in the five paragraphs used to describe it on their site, so I still had a lot to learn when I started playing, and it took a little trial and error to understand how dual classing affects gear, skills, talent points, and experience.
Read the Runes of Magic Dual Class System Preview to learn more about this interesting feature.