Sir Loin of Beef
It’s very rare to see a MMO title have more than a small handful of class options available, largely because it can be hard to find an appropriate niche for them all. There are exceptions to this, however, such as Final Fantasy XI, which has a total of 20 different class options for you to ponder over.
F2P title Dofus, however, seems keen to challenge that established rule as well. The six year old title just recently introduced two new classes, both with unique playstyles, bringing their own total to 14.
First up is the Rogue class. Unlike the stealthy pick pockets you may be used to seeing (or not seeing), these deviants use bombs as their primary attack tool, dealing various elemental damage to their foes. These bombs also act as a form of crowd control, blocking off paths and forcing opponents to go where they want them to.
The second class is the Masqueraider. Masqueraiders can change between three different playstyles, depending on what mask they’re using. They can change from long distance attackers to close quarters combat, depending on the user’s own preference and what the situation calls for, and can even shift to an emphasis on crowd control. They can even support their allies through various buff spells.
Check out the official website for all the details surrounding these new additions.