Exclusive Alganon Class Interview #2 - The Ranger

Updated Tue, Apr 21, 2009 by Cody Bye

If there’s anything that players want to know about before a game launches, it’s the classes that they have the ability to play. As Alganon draws ever closer to its initial open beta, the Ten Ton Hammer staff has initiated a series of exclusive interviews with Lead Data Designer Hue Henry centered on the playable classes in the upcoming fantasy MMO. Two weeks ago, we published our first exclusive class interview with the developers of Alganon, which focused on the Soldier class. This week we follow it up with a look at the pet-loving, archery proficient Ranger. The class certainly looks like something current WoW Hunters may be into, so make sure you take a look. Enjoy!

Ten Ton Hammer: A Ranger's presence on the battlefield definitely appears to be an interesting ability. Will these be buffs that a Ranger can cast on their targets? Or is it something that they turn one - more like an aura or a bardic song?

A Presence will be a raid-wide buff - for example, Predator's Presence will increase the attack power of the entire raid. However, Rangers will also have an arsenal of debuffs to use against their enemies (and thus boost the strength of anyone combating that enemy), as well as a few buffs that directly effect their companions.


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