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Posted: Aug 16th 2010 7:55PM (Unverified) said

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That's a shocker. Who would have thunk that healers have to be relegated to being weak support classes. I thought that old school of thought was long gone. Must be some outdated and outmoded developers on this team.

Posted: Aug 16th 2010 8:54PM (Unverified) said

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I guess..... I mean until you take into account that you could mix the Sentinel soul with say the Inquisitor or Purifier, effectively multiclassing in the Priest calling for added dps/survivability.
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Posted: Aug 16th 2010 9:26PM (Unverified) said

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You should probably research the game a little. The Sentinel is 1 of 8 healer types in the game and thus far is the only non-offensive based one revealed. Take into account the mixing of 2 other classes that Mordredis mentioned and you have something far from the typical weak supporter.
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Posted: Aug 16th 2010 9:28PM xyna031 said

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With so many hype on SWTOR and Tera what so ever most of ppl didnt even bother care for this one but in the end this game will be the new "wow" that every1 is expecting with new innovations to keep the "themepark mmo" genre fresh

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 8:47AM Snichy said

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lol?
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Posted: Aug 16th 2010 10:58PM Valdur said

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A few weeks ago I said that each new info was a let down for me as the game felt so generic.But as time passes by my opinion changed.The potential of multiclassing in this game will be a major selling point.

Posted: Aug 17th 2010 10:35AM (Unverified) said

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The problem is as customizable as the soul system is.you can see the cookie cutter best builds will be most popular


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