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So how can I finally become a Dragon?
Greetings everyone, been a very long while since I was last around and many changes seem to have taken place. I'm a Blademaster and returned to find out that these changes have completely made my bashing subpar, and my most important goal in Achaea at the moment is (and has been for a very long while) to eventually become a Dragon. BM was great before but I dont feel like it right now, would like to explore something new (whether it is physical or magical class), since the focus of the devs are to push other changes like tradeskills and houses at the moment (no time to waste hoping for some BM bashing love).
But how do I do that most efficiently in the current state of the world? I've looked around and seen that most classes have improved a lot, but is there a couple few that excel at that? I guess efficiency would be the perfect balance between damage output and sustained survivability, or how long you can go at it until you have to rest/regroup? I hear serpents can bash now, knights not sure yet with the changes, etc. I'll be going at it with an Iron elite membership this time around and turning in my lvl 1 band (bye bye Black Wind), also having 166 credits at the side (around 400 total?) and posessing a lvl 1 crit artie. I'm also a human champion, but willing to change to a better race/spec for purely bashing purposes depending on the chosen class.
And on that note, what would you people suggest as the most efficient class-race-trait combo, together with some artie investments that could be allowed by the aforementioned setup? Bard/Priest/SoA-wielding classes? High-dex serpents? Casters with artie collar/robes? S+B, Dual-Blunt, 2H Pala/Runie/Infernal? I'd hate to make some stupid decisions at this critical point and eventually give up once and for all when being so close to the goal (just entered level 86)... I just want to finally reach that point and then be able to enjoy the rest that the game has to offer, really.