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Soldier Feat Tree

Posted by Jon Wood on Nov 09, 2006  | Comments

Soldier Feat Tree - Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising - MMORPG.com

The folks at Perpetual Entertainment have given us the latest feat tree from their upcoming Roman myth-based MMORPG, Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising. The Solider class is their tank class and this journal speaks of them, then shows us what they can learn.

Soldiers' offensive capabilities are truly overwhelming in their breadth and lethality. The "Triarius Strike" is the basic attack move that Soldiers can perform to inflict extra damage on their enemies. When you're hoping to inflict massive damage, however, the "Soldier Combo" is what you need to queue up--the animation alone is worth it. "Charge" allows your Soldier to move rapidly into battle, while "Knockdown" sends your opponent sprawling in the dirt. "Nerve Strike" is another particularly devastating attack that Soldiers can learn fairly early; it reduces an enemy's combat abilities for a short time, in addition to inflicting initial damage. Soldiers who have reached level 20 can perform "Silencing Strike," an assault move that, in addition to being quite powerful, also has the ability to disrupt spellcasting. "Plumbatae," which is part of the "Shields" feat tree, allows Soldiers to throw several small projectiles at their adversary. "Armor Breaking" is part of the "2-Handed Weapons" feat tree and is such a powerful attack that it reduces your opponent's armor rating.

The whole feature is here.

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