Graveborn are Death-touched acolytes who sacrifice health to unleash devastating Dark Magic attacks and become the phantasmal Reaper of Bones. They use their Demi-Lich Companion and sacrificial Action Skills to enact suffering upon their enemies, even at the cost of their own life force. Any Spell cast by the Graveborn will cause the Demi-Lich to cast a unique spell of their own, as well as triggering Kill Skills to summon hellish minions.
- Reaper of Bones
- Gain Bonus Health Steal and Magic Damage for a duration while your health continuously drains.
- Dire Sacricife
- Sacrifice 20% of your current health to deal dark magic damage to all nearby enemies.
The Graveborn is your glass cannon, high risk/reward class. While you sacrifice some of your life you are able to regain it because the Graveborn is using Dark Magic. This is basically a life steal damage type. Also, the kill skills suggest, that if you keep dealing damage and killing enemies you will be able to stay alive and increase your damage.
The Spore Warden
Spore Warden are masters of nature who summon tornadoes and launch volleys of arcane arrows into enemy lines alongside their toxin-spewing Mushroom Companion. They are Gun and Companion specialists that can significantly boost the abilities of their companions and allies while laying down withering firepower and slowing advancing enemies with Frost tornadoes. Speed and distance are a Spore Warden’s best friends.
- Barrage of Arrows
- Fire 7 Arrows at once in a horizontal line.
- Create 3 frost cyclones that seek out enemies.
The Spore Warden is your pet class that fights from a distance. If you want to be up close and personal the Clawbringer seems to be more suited for that. The Spore Warden can easily hit enemies with its Barrage of Arrows as it fires in a horizontal line, however, the real damage is probably going to be there if you manage to hit all arrows. The Blizzard is an easy fire&forget skill as it seeks out enemies. Because these tornados freeze enemies it will make hitting them at a distance easier.
You start the game by picking a primary class and later on you will be able to Multi-class by adding a secondary class to your character. Each class has 2 Action Skills and 1 Skill Tree by Multi-Classing you will gain access to both Skill Trees and all 4 Action Skills. When both classes have a pet, you of course will have both pets by your side. So, maybe Spore Warden + Clawbringer = SporeBringer / ClawWarden.
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