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    Soulwalker
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    Default Does track humanoids work on players?

    and assassin's murderous intent.. Says it increases physical damage.. Is this all physical damage or just damage in close combat? thanks in advance.

    Just starting out and can't decide between ranger/assassin or champ/paladin, I always have a tough time sticking to one class in a game. So far i'm really leaning towards ranger/assassin because it plays a lot like a hunter in DAOC, and I like perma stealth; plus track humanoids working on players would be almost to good to pass up.

    Kind of OT but there seems to be milliions of rogues running around, FOTM or will it stay this way?

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    it does work on players, but not very good distance, only good in towns or something, if terrain is clear, you can see player as soon as he pops on radar it seems



    as for ranged og mele, id think both, since it doesnt state range/mele like rangers skill


    also, go warrior, cant go wrong rogues are meh
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadGelo View Post
    it does work on players, but not very good distance, only good in towns or something, if terrain is clear, you can see player as soon as he pops on radar it seems



    as for ranged og mele, id think both, since it doesnt state range/mele like rangers skill


    also, go warrior, cant go wrong rogues are meh
    I think i'd prefer the play style of a rogue, I like to solo a lot and I love stealth.

    And as for being underpowered, I played a thane in daoc.. most gimped class for basically ever in that game, I think I can deal with it again; not that I want to.

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