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In a little under two weeks Dragon’s Crown will finally be released for everyone. Do you guys already know who you are going to use as soon as you dive in? Well if not I am here to give you a brief breakdown of the character classes telling your their strengths and weaknesses to help you figure out which character is best for you that way you can dive right in. Now the information I am about to give is given right at the character selection screen so it’s really nothing hidden about any of this but by reading the stats of each class now it will allow you to think of which character really suits you so you can be prepared to jump right in as soon as you get the game.
STR- Increases physical attack damage
CON- Decreases physical damage taken
DEX- Increases damage dealt with weapons
INT- Increases magical attack damage
MGR- Decreases magical damage taken
LUC- Increases likelihood of critical hits
The Sorceress has really high magic defense and is a really good support character. While her offensive magic may not be as high as the Wizards, she is still very important in battle since she has powerful spells that can aid allies that can really change the tide of battle. She is recommended for expert players.
The wizard has very high offensive spells. The Wizards can cast devastating spells that can wipe out groups of enemies at once. The downside to the Wizard is his lack of defense but formed with a group the Wizard will well accepted in those very tough battles. The Wizard is recommended for expert players.
The Dwarf makes for an awesome tank. His physical strength and defense is unrivaled. The Dwarf will run through and dominate opponents but when faced against magic users that’s when the Dwarf will stumble. The Dwarf is recommended for normal players.
The Elf is the fasted character in the game. Her abilities up close will allow her to knock enemies into the air and continue to juggle them to continue the punishment but it’s not only up close that she should be feared, with her bow she can attack from a distance too. The Elf is recommended for expert players.
The Amazon starts her attack off slow but once she starts her assault she becomes faster and stronger. However once she stops she must start over again and constantly rebuild her attack and speed with each new attack. The Amazon is a force to be reckoned with. The Amazon is recommended for normal players.
The Fighter is very quick with his sword and is able to get up close and personal really fast. It’s not only in offense that the Fighter excels, he also has a good defense. The Fighter is able to use his shield for oncoming attacks making them seem like child’s play. The Fighter is recommended for all players.
Dragon’s Crown is set for release on Playstation 3 & Playstation Vita on August 6th. Stay tuned for continued coverage of anticipated title.