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Basically if you like naturalistic ranged style with a pet you choose Ranger, if you just want to shoot things choose ranged spec Warrior.
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GW had the best Rogue/Assassin Class i have ever played. The Assassin in that game really felt right with his shadowstepping, powerful but fragile combo-structures, animations (if a bit awkward at first) and great and nimble looking armor-designs.
It just felt like an Assassin should feel like in a game: fast, mean, powerful but fragile. It was already great in PVE but boy was it fun in PvP. Arenanet where the only ones who did it right.
Mesmer. Fell in love w/ this class & I'm really expecting GW2 to be adding this class. Not only is it an iconic GW class but it's just so fun to play.
Originally posted by Unlight Originally posted by tazarconan Originally posted by Loke666 Originally posted by tazarconan It wont affect my choise since i quited Gw 1 after playing 2-3 weeks. The fact im playing ranger in ddo,Nwn series,oblivion and hunter in wow and rl sniper will surely affect my choise..Im guessing it will be...a RANGER
You do know that they moved a lot of the ranged combat things to Warrior?
Rangers can't use rifles to mention one thing. Is it the pet you want, go for the ranger but if it is a great ranged weapon fighter you want you might consider warrior as well.
I think I read that Warrior ranged skills are heavily canted towards AoE, whereas Rangers have much more diverse ranged skills and are focused on single target damage and control. It sounds like Artillery versus Sniper. Can't remember where I saw this so take it with a grain of salt.
That's close... warriors will be good at ranged AoE although ultimately, at range, they'll still fall behind the ranger. Professions will be good in a lot of areas and better in a few. Even rangers will be good in melee, but ultimately the warrior will prove stronger there.
Oderint, dum metuant.