Many RPG's allow you build your character to your own personal tastes and that allows you to choose from many different play styles that include but are not limited to: Warrior, Mage, Archer, Assassin ect
What class do you favour and why?
If I had to choose one... Tank type, usually because they're essential in parties and can take and deal tons of damage even when playing solo.
But I also like being a buff/healer support class, it's hard to run solo as one but every party will take you no problem.
Same, I act like I'm way more strong than I actually am in the game.
@darkazrael999: No way, you like Tenchu? 8D I love those games! Ayame is one of the coolest female game characters ^_^ So wanted to be her growing up.
I love Tenchu. If there is one series that needs reviving, it's Tenchu. Ayame is pretty darn cool. Wasn't she introduced into the ninja world (ninja world? That's not a real name, is it?) about the same time as Rikimaru?
It was an awesome game. I consider it to be more important to the stealth genre than Splinter Cell or MGS. Except perhaps Thief.
@darkazrael999: Yeah, they are the two playable characters in the first game :) I was a little wary of next gen Tenchu (well I guess it is current gen now lol) on the 360, but Tenchu Z was quite good. Still, that was a few years ago now. Would love to see a new one. Who knows, maybe when the next gen of consoles is out, fingers crossed we might get another....?
I usually go the stealth/indirect combat route. In Oblivion and Skyrim I chose the Bosmer race and just sniped with the bow from a distance while remaining hidden. Also, I steal literally everything I can find and just drop it in the floor of my house.
I've never really played any tabletop games, but I have played several video games that incorporate a class system. For instance games like The Elder Scrolls series and the Dragon Age games. Usually I always play as a Rogue/assassin type of character.
Rogues and assassins for me. I always liked being able to take care of myself by vanishing and teleporting around. I started playing assassins, because of Deadpool and then I also realized that the class suits me overall well. I played rogues in World of Warcraft, Assassins in Guild Wars and Ragnarok.
Warrior. (I know it's a pain to fight against mages of skyrim, still)
Mainly focused on one hand swords+shield/two handed swords. Magic for lulz, or if I get bored. So I generally end up as a fairly strong character, not as defended as a tank, nor as soft as a mage, and seriously versatile in battle, can handle a lot of stuff alone..
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