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D&D 4E What 4E class do you most want to try out?

What class will first 4e character be?

  • Cleric

    Votes: 16 6.3%
  • Fighter

    Votes: 40 15.6%
  • Paladin

    Votes: 14 5.5%
  • Ranger

    Votes: 19 7.4%
  • Rogue

    Votes: 14 5.5%
  • Warlock

    Votes: 47 18.4%
  • Warlord

    Votes: 43 16.8%
  • Wizard

    Votes: 63 24.6%

  • Total voters
    256

Zaruthustran

The tingling means it’s working!
4E is an entirely new edition, and therefore even "simple" classes like the fighter will be very different from their 3E or 2E counterparts. They're all new and exciting, but what 4E class are you most interested in trying FIRST?
 

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Henry

Autoexreginated
The Cleric, of course. :) I've always been a "Cleric" man, when all is said and done, even since the AD&D days.
 

WyzardWhately

First Post
I'm a Wizard man, tried and true. But I would like to give running a Paladin a shot, if the rules for them are good, and I had the right GM and players around...
 

FourthBear

First Post
I also picked Cleric. It hits all the right spots: holy warrior, spellcaster, healer, foe to the undead and almost always easily tied into the gameworld. The plot hooks come easy that way.
 



Belorin

Explorer
I was torn between the Wizard and the Ranger, but finally went with the Wiz, my first surviving character.
Of course he was a fighter back the, didn't switch to wizard till 4th level. Back then he was a dual class after he made Wiz 5 all the way to Wiz 9.
Then 2E came along and he multiclassed.

Bel
 





Glyfair

First Post
To tell the truth, I won't know until I see the classes. The actual abilities will likely swing the vote. Right now I have interest in the Wizard, Warlord and Warlock. That being said, a really interesting ability or take on a class could easily swing my opinion in any direction.
 

Mercule

Adventurer
I was always a ranger kinda guy, until they turned him into some tree-hugging pansy. The warlock might lure me to play a "caster", though.
 

ivocaliban

First Post
If invited to a game I would most likely want to start out as a Fighter. After hearing all the rants about broken Fighters for the duration of 3.0/3.5e, I'd hope 4e fixes the problem. Playing a Fighter seems like a good way to test the vaunted improvements of the new edition.
 

Zaruthustran

The tingling means it’s working!
Mercule said:
I was always a ranger kinda guy, until they turned him into some tree-hugging pansy. The warlock might lure me to play a "caster", though.

You mean the divine casting, animal companion thing? Yeah, I'd be happy if the 4E ranger was spell-less and more of a rugged survivalist guy. Nothing mystical; all training and rancid bear fat.
 


Baby Samurai

First Post
Zaruthustran said:
Yeah, I'd be happy if the 4E ranger was spell-less and more of a rugged survivalist guy. Nothing mystical; all training and rancid bear fat.

Me too, the spell-casting aspect of the ranger has never jived with me in any edition, but as he has apparently mugged the scout and taken his purse we should be looking forward to a kick ass, smelly, Martial Striker!
 


OakwoodDM

First Post
I've been a cleric (well, druid really, but they aren't around at the start, it seems) man right from my first ever character, so that's where I'm sticking.
 

Moonshade

First Post
I like playing "knight in shining armour" characters, so I'll want to try the 4E paladin. Maybe the warlord if the abilities are interesting.
 

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