New Neverwinter video shows off the tank class, the Guardian Fighter

Guardiman!

By on September 20, 2012 at 1:34 pm

I am cautiously excited about upcoming MMO Neverwinter. I sure loved the Neverwinter Nights games, and I sure love D&D. But Fourth Edition? And an MMO? I am yet to be convinced. This video looks pretty nice, though, and makes combat look pretty dynamic for an MMO, so I guess we’ll have to wait and see. Coming courtesy of IGN, this video shows off the Guardian Fighter, the game’s tank class, doing what he does best.

Flower arrangement.

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Looks like it’ll suit my style of play nicely :)

 

looks awesome and im a bit of a d&d nerd at heart. looks like it might be a bit latency dependant though.

 

i like the idea of a class having a set roll rather then the “everyone is everything” idea that a lot of MMOs are trying to do these days. If you want to tank roll a tank, if you want to heal roll a healer. Genius!

 
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