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Here's Your Exclusive Reveal of Swords of Legends Online Spearmaster Class

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Here's Your Exclusive Reveal of Swords of Legends Online Spearmaster Class

We’ve got an exclusive reveal of the Spearmaster class for Swords of Legends Online for you this morning. Read on for some additional details on this melee class.

The Spearmaster is purpose-built for the Tank and Melee DPS roles in SOLO, specializing in spears (in case the class name didn’t give it away). The lore blurb discusses how Speamasters have proven themselves as allies and bring to battle their martial arts skills, in addition to their skill as engineers. This means they’re able to construct various machines for battle.

To that end, Spearmasters can summon special constructions to which items can be sold. Additionally, it can repair your damage gear in exchange for some gold. The Spearmaster has two primary masteries. The first is Melee DPS which sees Spearmasters launch enemies into the air. This then incapacitates the enemy when they hit the ground allowing Spearmasters to follow up and attack.

The other role is that of Tank via Phalanx. Phalanxes will want to position themselves in front of their allies, like any good tank, to absorb the damage by summoning a shield wall. You can get a glimpse of the Spearmaster.

The Spearmaster is just one such class revealed for SOLO. We’ve covered various other classes over the last few weeks. These classes include the Reaper, the Berserker, the Spellsword, the Bard, and the Summoner.

SOLO is coming to the West later this year through the Gameforge client in addition to Steam and the Epic Games Store. It’s currently available to purchase for $39.99 USD (€39.99), $59.99 USD (€59.99), and $99.99 USD (€99.99).


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Poorna Shankar

A highly opinionated avid PC gamer, Poorna blindly panics with his friends in various multiplayer games, much to the detriment of his team. Constantly questioning industry practices and a passion for technological progress drive his love for the video game industry. He pulls no punches and tells it like he sees it. He runs a podcast, Gaming The Industry, with fellow writer, Joseph Bradford, discussing industry practices and their effects on consumers.