Thursday, June 23, 2011

Best Rift PvP Class in Planes of Telara

If you are looking for the best PvP Rift class, then look no further than the Warrior calling. Whether you want to play solo or in groups, this class should be your top pick for PvP play.

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In particular, the Riftblade and Void Knight make a powerful combination that can beat any class in the game in a 1v1 match-up. It literally has no weakness, even after a series of nerfs which have been designed to make this class easier to defeat.

This class is so strong because the Void Knight is an anti-caster specialist and the Riftblade is an anti-armored specialist. When you put the two classes together, you have a class that takes little damage from physical and spell attacks, can drain mana, and do significant amounts of elemental damage.

It is the best class versus Clerics and Mages because it has a variety of magic-damage shields and can drain mana while dealing significant amounts of damage. No class in the game has the same level of mana drains that this ultimate Rift PvP calling has.

Additionally, the Riftblade class does great damage while using plate and a shield. This is a problem because not only does it make the Warrior the anti-caster but it also makes it the anti-melee. It also allows Warriors to equip large amounts of stamina and mitigation gear.

Due to the decent, sustained damage output of the Riftblade (even after recent nerfs), players simply are unable to compete with this class in a one-on-one match up. The Riftblade will easily finish off a player long before the player is able to put a dent in their massive HP pool.

As a result, no class is capable of beating the Warrior in a 1-on-1 fight. This is what makes the Warrior the best PvP class in Rift.

Many players like to say that the Bard is overpowered and that it is the best class in PvP. The only reason someone could come to such a conclusion is if they have not yet played the game past level 19.

Sure, in the first tier of Warfronts (level 10-19), Cadence seems to be very, very good. It allows Rogues to dish out decent damage while healing the entire group for 10% of their max healthy every 2-3 seconds.

However, fast-forward to level 40, and everyone's HP pool has increased by 3-4 times, but the damage of cadence has only doubled. Before you would get a 10% heal from Cadence and now you only get a 5% heal. By cutting this ability's effectiveness, the Bard's healing quickly goes from overpowered to hardly noticeable.

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