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Class Skills[edit]

It would be nice if ALL classes have their class skills listed, as just a few of them have now.

Yes it would Tihocan 16:42, March 6, 2006 (EST)

Starting a...[edit]

The links to the "Starting a..." pages are now almost all gone, or at least they are not as obvious as they used to be. They should be made more easily accessible. Tihocan 16:42, March 6, 2006 (EST)


Is there either a way to include/link to an image on a page so it shows up but is not a link, or to specify an alternate link for one? It seems silly to have to put a warning on a page to tell people not to click on an image, but I can see where it's confusing for new site users when they expect to go to the class page when they click the image. Dedridd 21:58, March 7, 2006 (EST)

Seems to be a way according to, but I couldn't get the "external link" icon to not appear. Ben

Ability Requirements[edit]

Why is/are the main Ability/ies of each Class missing from each entry?!!
I've done enough editing for the day, can someone else add them?
Gabe69velasquez 00:31, September 24, 2009 (EDT)

Revision to concise[edit]

The central page for classes seemed to be full of information that would be easily found elsewhere. The page should introduce classes and common abilities and needs for each for differentation. I found the page full of grammar and spelling errors and many other redundant or unnecessary information that wouldn't be helpful for the article's target: the new player.

I concised heavily and reorganized the article for that reason. I also added the new Artificer class (surprisingly missing given all the wiki's usual speed in updating). Please readjust if you see a key part that's missing in summarizing what classes are, with less emphasis on what each class does (that's for their parent articles). --Spencerian 15:04, September 21, 2011 (EDT)