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Keeping Some Older Classes Relevant
I main Paladin, and maybe that's my problem, my commitment to maining my favourite explorer class trying to relive the old days. I came back to reboot about a year ago and have been plucking away at it and I recently saw the new Adele class. I honestly just thought, Paladin's can't keep up with that! I can't speak for every explorer class such as pirates or mages but as a Paladin I am feeling forgotten. I have grinded out the mihiles soul driver skill and I believe a good way to keep Paladins relevant is to buff that skill a bit. It's not good enough to outshine a Dragon Knight or Hero, they're awesome as it is, especially Heros I hear. Increase the dmg % on soul driver back to 250%, maybe let it mob 8 mobs, and increase the range a bit. It still won't be better at mobbing than most classes in the game, it won't make Paladin stronger for bossing. It would grant paladins who want to grind for hours to get a late game benefit of a new ability to use and mob better.
I suppose this can apply to all ultimate adventurer abilities, they're all pretty useless. Just novelties. It's why I believe at least considering the idea of buffing them could greatly help keep explorers relevant. I know I don't know the full picture as a Paladin main and I assume that Night Lords are probably in a decent spot (I could be wrong) and giving them a buffed Ultimate Adventurer ability may be a bad idea but speaking from where I believe the buff wouldn't break the game in anyway, by buffing Mihile's Soul Driver specifically, I believe for people willing to do the grind, it would greatly enhance the value of an explorer. It won't be easy to achieve either, it's something you need to earn. So, it wouldn't be as wide spread as a straight ability buff.
Thanks for giving my post a read, it was my first one ever and I hope I was able to get my point across in a decent manner.