Warrior

Axe or Mace? Rifle or Greatsword? You know, they're all good.

Warriors are masters of weaponry who rely on speed, strength, toughness, and heavy armor to survive in battle. Adrenaline fuels their offensive power - the longer warriors stay in a fight, the more dangerous they become.

Adrenaline makes Warrior stronger, increasing his damage with every attack and giving power to his unique skills - burst attacks. There is a burst attack associated with every weapon Warrior can activate spending all accumulated adrenaline in one deadly strike. Warrior can use it any moment, but the more adrenaline he has built up, the more powerful the attack. Some burst attacks place conditions on enemies, some deal more damage.

Every set of weapons is for particular reasons allowing Warrior to change his fighting style. Warrior can complement one hand weapons like swords or maces with shields, warhorns or other one handed weapons. However, his main style depends on the weapon in his right hand.

Mechanics

Adrenaline

Warrior begins the battle with no adrenaline and build it up with every attack. The pool of adrenaline is divided into 3 levels. Filling the next levels requires more adrenaline. Warrior can unleash all his adrenaline at once using a Burst Attack. Moreover, every adrenaline level gives bonuses to every attack.

Burst Attacks

Burst Attacks spend all the adrenaline Warrior has. Every Burst Attack is associated with one type of weapon; and it grows stronger with every new adrenaline level. This strength can be expressed in dealing more damage, apply different and longer conditions.

Weapon and Armor

Warrior is a Soldier, and he wears heavy armor.

Warrior can use two weapon sets in combat. He may take:

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