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By Anonymous
#16224376
At the top it says that the thief starts at level ten but the table below says level nine????????
By Anonymous
#16258346
It's the collective sum of each stat's difference from 10 (base value). So the correct answer is 9.
By Spellbreakrz
#16268646
Both of yall must be blind because both the table and character class say the thief starts at SL10.
By Anonymous
#16292691
If the Thief starts at 10, it has a wasted level compared to the other classes. Meaning if you sum the differences from 10, the thief class is 9 but starts at 10 so you lose a level. The other classes are all class level away from base.
By Anonymous
#16273742
ayo barbarian looking kinda thick tho?
By Anonymous
#16405230
ayoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
By Anonymous
#16282560
am I able to change classes?
By Anonymous
#16282618
Nope but classes are just base stats, so you can just pick for instance the Temple Knight because it has the base stats to wear almost any weapon, and then raise magic/intel to make him a caster
By Anonymous
#16401563
Sorry that was an accidental downvote
By Anonymous
#16309442
what happen if all my stats are high?
By Anonymous
#16318633
victory :)
By Anonymous
#16336485
Priest stats seems wrong...
By Anonymous
#16349368
Damn, no deprived like in Dark Souls. Lame. But I’m still gonna get it though.
By Anonymous
#16355247
Barbarian is the original deprived. The armor you start with grants no protection and weighs nothing.
By Anonymous
#16380554
If you want an SL1 class then use Royalty.
By Anonymous
#16401896
It seems to me that there are very few "optimal" classes in this game.

Anything that has high luck can be disregarded, unless you are going for a Blueblood Sword build. Otherwise it's a dead stat.

The op nature of spellcasting also makes classes with less than 10 in INT, MAG or FTH unappealing, reducing your options further. And Magician is rendered obsolete because Royalty exists.

In short, Royalty is always great because of it's low lvl and equipment. Knight and Priest if you have no specific build in mind. Temple Knight and Soldier come after that. Thief, wanderer, hunter, barbarian and magician seem to be niche choices unless I'm missing something.
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By Rads
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#16801994
Sorcerer is much better class for pure magic build instead of royalty. You don't waste 6 levels in faith and have only 4 more in luck than royalty, which will make farming easier. This will save you 2 level ups.
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By Rads
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#16801995
By sorcerer I meant magician of course, but this "wiki" won't allow me to edit posts.
By Anonymous
#16811031
You'll eventually want that faith for ToB