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The Path of the Bloodletter

Posted by MythosGlobal Friday January 27 2012 at 4:04AM
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Bloodletters are melee fighters that exhibit exceptional sword-fighting skills and boast tough constitutions because of their superior strength. They are unmatched in close combat and can cause enemies to bleed to their painful deaths. They can also use their blood or the blood of their enemies to unleash devastating explosions or to summon minions to aid them in battle.
Bloodletters are naturally gifted with high STR and VIT to be able to do outstanding physical damage and withstand even the most dangerous beatings.
Cyclops has the largest STR among the four races so a Bloodletter focusing on physical damage will most likely be a Cyclops. On the other hand, humans have the most VIT among the four races. A tanking Bloodletter may also opt to be a human.
The three skill trees available for Bloodletters are Martialist, Crimsonate, and Red Hand. Typical Martialist skills are those that boost damage, making them a ferocious melee damager. Crimsonate, on the other hand, enhances longevity by boosting defense and life. Red Hand bloodletters make use of summoned demons and imps to aid them in battle.
Here's a video showcasing the Bloodletter:
Since Bloodletters are typically close-combat fighters, melee weapons are usually used. They can use two swords, maces, hammers, or use a shield on one hand for extra defense.
But that’s not all
Bloodletters can be typically seen as a basic melee tanker. However, there is more to them than that. Experiment different builds and see what you like the most. The bloodletter class is definitely not just restricted to Cyclops and Humans. They need not have to be strong but stupid in terms of stats. And they don’t have to wield melee weapons.
Experiment and explore! Who knows? You might just meet a wand-wielding Satyr Bloodletter with insane amount of WIS, owning the bosses of different dungeons. writes:
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