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Exclusive Alganon Class Interview #1 - The Soldier

Updated Mon, Apr 06, 2009 by Cody Bye

Over the last few years, the implementation of time-based advancement has become more than just a novelty. The success of EVE Online has occurred, in no small part, thanks to their reliance on time-based skill training. Now the developers working on Alganon are going to take a crack at time-based advancement. Along with the interview we recently did with them a few weeks ago, Ten Ton Hammer has nabbed a number of exclusive class interviews, so sit back and enjoy our exclusive discussion with Lead Data Designer Hue Henry on Alganon's Soldier!

Ten Ton Hammer: Where does the Soldier fit into the lore of your game world? Do they represent little more than the armored troops in Alganon? Or are they something more?

Hue Henry: In the world of Alganon, the term Soldier is used for one who has trained to become an expert in physical combat. Anyone who is trained to be an expert in all of the weapons and armors of Alganon is technically a soldier. However, when you choose to be a soldier in Alganon, you are not just a common soldier. You are an Asheroth or a Kujix.

To read the first exclusive Alganon class interview, click here!
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