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"You have had an extraordinary adventure, my dear. Extraordinary! One that few people could ever imagine. Treasure it. Keep it safe and secure, tucked away in some special place in your heart. But... don't spend the rest of your days chasing a ghost."
Just some ideas for an Archery skillset, that builds on our current bowmanship system. Here's a few abilities.Feedback please.
If there was to be a next class, it'd probably be the anti-Jester, to give Jesters a factional enemy.I'm thinking Mimes. They pretend they're in a box, and suddenly they ARE in a box. *jazz hands*
Melodie said:Pastamancer. I'm shaking in my slippers.
Pirates would be thematically bizarre in the Achaean world, at least for me. Knights are basically mounted cavalry to begin with, and Enchantment covers the spectrum of artificing, though not tinkering. Shield-bearing Runewardens or Knight classes are pretty much that, with defend and everything.
Pirates. No question. I seen't it.Skills are Piracy, Brawling, and Navigation.They can choose from a parrot, monkey, or mongoose for a loyal. They are duel-wielders, and can switch between any combination of cutlass, dagger, club, and net. (Their loyal will collect thrown daggers for them!) Their fighting style has both flamboyant and underhanded elements, with some risk/reward mechanics, although nothing as stupid as AXK. They can distill their own spirits, and they fight better when drunk. They can call down the power of the same constellations by which they navigate. They may also draw their own treasure maps, which are magical of course.There is conceivably a counterpart class for the cities on the other side of the renegade/paragon coin. But last time I started pushing ideas around for a sailor or sea shepherd class, that uses lanterns to guide lost souls, and they can change the colour of their lantern's flame for different effects, I realised that there would be green lanterns, and suddenly that all seemed silly.
Oh, pirates look yummy.
Why would pastamancers manipulate spaghetti?What if they're actually past-amancers? Distinctly different from and possibly even opposed to traditional chronomancers.They have the ability to manipulate history, so they go around helping people by asking about things that made them sad in the past and then past-amancing those times into happy occasions. And they can do this for everyone, but not themselves so they get all bitter and twisted about it and then end up losing friends and going through some major stuff, then eventually putting their own past behind them and realising that they had the power to affect their present all along, so they never even needed to change the past. Then they'd probably open the world's greatest ramen stand, and be proclaimed a wizard with noodles just before the credits started rolling. Oh, and then there's some off-kilter bit with kids being told not to do drugs and everyone stands around laughing about something not very funny, just like He-Man used to do.
Eld said:What is KoL?
What is KoL?
What is KoL?
Highly addictive stick figure fun with classes like Pastamancers
As I said earlier in the thread, there are no plans for a new class anywhere in the forseeable future. Achaea has plenty of classes.