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6 races, 2 classes for each
[/b]-[b]Blademaster:[/b] Specializing in melee combat, blademasters come from a long line of seasoned warriors, and have been hardened by years of combat training. Blademasters are the most versatile of all damage dealers in Perfect World. They are also famous for being a strong solo class after level 60. Finally, blademasters are the kings of status effects, specifically in terms of stuns. This makes them extremely effective both against monsters and other players. There are two primary stat builds that players use with blademasters: heavy strength build in order to wear heavy armor and specialize in physical defense, or a mix between strength and dexterity while wearing light armor which has a better mix of magical and physical defense.
[b]-Wizard:[/b] Trained in arcane knowledge, wizards have developed an array of long-ranged and high-powered magical attacks utilizing the elements of nature. As masters of the conjuring arts, wizards are vulnerable while casting, but once the casting is complete, they deal great damage to enemies. There are two primary stat builds that players use with wizards: full magic, which maximizes magical damage and high magical defense but poor physical defense, or a light armor build, which sacrifices magical damage and magic defense in exchange for better physical defense.
[b]-Barbarian:[/b] The barbarian is the class fit for those who, like its predatory ancestors, like making a mess out of an opponent. The barbarian is a natural-born tank staple to any squad on the battlefield, a staple which is comfortable taking hits and returning the punishment. Though the name of this class might suggest a sight composed of a massive brute ready to be outpaced by even the Abysmal Turtles native to their homeland, do not be fooled; the barbarian itself has the potential to reach speeds comparable to those atop mounts when morphed into their true form. Barbarians can allocate their stats a variety of ways, including, but not limited to, either building for maximum defense or maximum damage. Either way, this brute would wreck whosoever clumsily strays in its path.
-Venomancer:[/b] Evolved from an assortment of bats, foxes, and other small creatures, venomancers are cute, seductive, and deadly. Venomancers have the ability to charm animals and tame them as pets for battle to hold the foe at bay while you hit it with spells, and, similar to the barbarian, can take the form of a fox in order to increase their physical defense. Venomancers have a lot of freedom in terms of allocating their stats: they can invest a lot of points into strength in order to equip heavy armor and strengthen their defense while in fox form, or they can go full magic in order to maximize their ranged poison attacks, or even go for a mix of both in order to wear light armor to mitigate both magical and physical damage.
[b]Winged Elves race: [/b]
[b]-Archer:[/b] As guardians of the winged elves, archers are both strong and agile. The heightened reflexes of the archer provide the steady aim required to vanquish enemies from afar. With an unwavering sense of pride and duty, archers can learn to shoot arrows both elemental and poisonous in nature. Archers gain the ability to fly at level 1, providing them with an early advantage in terms of mobility. Archers are one of the primary ranged physical damage dealers in Perfect World, specializing in critical hit percentage and accuracy. While having somewhat of a slower start than most other classes, this class really shines above level 70.
[b]-Cleric:[/b] Clerics are needed in every squad. The great thing about being a cleric is that you get to heal your teammates and resurrect them, but also clerics are tough enemies to fight because of their abilities to heal themselves in an instant. Clerics also have the ability to fly at level 1 without the loss of mana. They deal moderate damage but learn powerfu