Updated Sun, Jan 10, 2010 by ZeroMerc
Okay so first let us first explore the mage a bit more. You are a damage dealer through and through. There is nothing that you are better at or ever will be better at. You will have minimal health and a very deep mana pool. You will pew pew the stuffing right out of every beast, humanoid, demon, and hostile mob you encounter. You kill things and you are good at it!
But alas the thankless work of sending your enemies to the nether gets boring at times. Perhaps you want to take up knitting. Does anybody care? Of course they don’t; and you don’t really want to knit anyways. You just want to be the best pew pewer that this game has ever seen!
This, my fellow adventurer, is where Dual Classing comes into play. How can you be a better damage dealer? Maybe it’s by adding the Priest for a second class so you can heal yourself and the occasional party member while you dish out large helpings of pain upon your foes. Perhaps you want to explore a more vampiric approach by adding the shadowy Rogue as your second class. The possibilities are endless as to what you can do when you add your second class.
Here are a few key things to look at no matter what your primary class is or what you are choosing for your secondary class.
Alright! Now we get down to the who and
the what. Which classes do what when coupled with the all
powerful Mage class? Below you will find a three part chart that
will help you along your decision making path. For this guide we
will not include a full list of elites that you can receive with each
class. This is going to cover more of the what. A full list
of elites that you can obtain are listed here for the Mage/** dual
****All information is based off of available elite skills and general class information. TTH scores are based on general Runes of Magic information and how they are perceived to play in the game. Actual game time with the dual class listed varies greatly. If you have suggestions or updates please feel free to post in the form below and notify ZeroMerc by PM or e-mail (email@example.com) so that we may be as up to date and accurate as possible. Thanks!!
The Mage class only does one thing and is really really good at it. This works to the advantage in that as soon as you roll a mage you know what your focus is going to be without question. So if you are in the biz of putting major hurt on your foes then a Mage is for you and I am sure you couldn’t be happier!!