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Dueling Blades Ninja or Rogue

1. Either way,if you choose to be ninja you would be sucky at health and defense,which will make you have more chances in dying in pvp but of course those bots could be ended with your blade in a fast time,rogues on the other hand are BALANCED so they will give you some pros and cons,but,keep in mind that rogues can be sometimes beaten by ninjas,(sometimes)if ya wanna defeat helena ya better choose goose…oh wait choose ninja so its easier.but will give you some disadvantages against samurais who have high health and defense.hope i helped

2. The ninja has a harder default attack than any other class in the game, also they have the highest agility, so they move the fastest and hit the hardest and have the widest attack arc, now when you look at skills, the ninja has invisible (from my understanding it functions like one turn of invincibility), clone (teleports you at random and makes two stationary copies that fade at the end of the next turn), and caltrops (which can limit the battlefield but shouldn’t be expected to do any real damage as most players will avoid them). So the ninja (apart from the fury) has no damage skills, but excellent escape options, making them hard to pin down and good at harassing and saving their ep. The rogue has backstab (a passive 1.5 boost to damage when you hit someone in the back), poisoned blades (which does damage over time, forcing the other player to act under sustained pressure), and throat slice (a short range radial grab that stuns and does good damage). So the rogue has a lot of offensive options, but no escapes, this makes them very capable of dealing TONS of damage very quickly, yet more easily pinned and manipulated than the ninja (who can get out of practically any situation).

3. I’m currently a lvl 34 knight. I don’t know about everybody but I think ninja is better because of its greater agility and attack. Ninja offers you greater escape options like Caltrops and Cloning but at the same time, doesn’t boast of good offensive skills. You need to rely on the skills offered for the thief class especially Stun Kick and Dagger Fury. I, at most times hesitate to fight because of its higher strength because its one attack can produce more damage which is slightly dangerous in forest like conditions where they have a greater chance of escaping. Also, their attack range and angle gives them superior advantage in close combats especially in bridge.

So, my advice to you is if you want quickly finish off the bots especially Helena and the pirates, then choose ninja. Also, if your play style is attack and escape type, choose ninja.

Now, let’s come into the next class Rogue. It is one of the underrated classes of this game with Knights. If you like the adrenaline rush in your veins and want to live on the edge, then this is the option for you. Because if you are rogue, then you are probably the best class to go in close combat with your move set of offensive skills like Throat Slice and Poison Blade. I personally feel that Poison Blade is as good as Stun Kick because it deals regular damage to your opponents HP which brings him under a lot of undue pressure. Also, the Thief’s skills help in maintaining you as the one dominating the battle.

But, both Ninja and Rogue have very similar weaknesses of having a very poor defense and HP which is probably the only reason behind the superiority of Knight and Samurai classes.

Last point that needs to be mentioned here is the rare armor that is available for both the classes. If you are able to unlock the complete rare armor (Top, Pants and Weapons) of a Ninja, then probably you are the most strongest player in strength which can give you cutting edge over any other player including the Samurai class. On the other hand, rare armor of the Rogue class is not as majestic as the ninja class but good enough to cause problems to even the most experienced players.

This is the complete explanation of both the classes. I hope this helps you in choosing the class of your desire. According to me, choose the class which suits your style of play.

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