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Dark Age of Camelot Forum » RvR Discussion » Thinking of returning, what's a good support class?

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  RudedawgCDN

Novice Member

Joined: 12/13/04
Posts: 488

 
OP  10/21/09 12:54:26 AM#1

 

I played a reaver, but I'm thinking this go round I'd like ot play a good support class.

A buffing class with some healing, maybe some CC and decent survialbility.

Any suggestions?

Thanks.

Also what server has good pop?

 

  Sokekoke

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Joined: 9/29/04
Posts: 42

10/31/10 4:32:02 PM#2

Well i have only played middy for quite a few years now,

So let me see...

Warlock can be great support class, if you spec them "that way" they can have powerless group heals.. good stuff

Else i guess we have the classics Healer or Shammy. I have played healer for loooong time, but i know that shams can be great fun aswell and lets face it, every group needs a sham! Buffshears is powerful stuff! A dude just dinged rr13 on his sham the other night :S

Healers typically go pac or aug, pac is cc/heals/interrupt and aug is main heals/celerity/interrupts... You have alot more survivability on a paccer imo, but then again you will have to play pretty aggressive and get in the line of fire sometimes