It seems as though other servers' classes can become subclasses on other servers. For example, the Pirate, Viking, Hunter, and Youxia subclasses all play the role of the Yamato server's Samurai class.

  • These are alternate main classes giving a unique flavor to each server. The original class was Pirate, Samurai is the unique replacement class for Pirate on the Japanese server. Hwarang-do, Youxia, Paladin and Viking replace Pirate on the Korean, Chinese, Western Europe and Scandanavian servers. Hunter is actually an Oceania alternate main class replacing Assassin.


I also don't think this is trivia given that it's false to the topic. They're NOT subclasses; they're main classes. They're listed under their main classes.

{{SUBST:User:Givemeagoddamnusername/mastersig}} 18:29, July 2, 2016 (UTC)

See the current revision that clarifies this. Also not sure why you emphasized Scandinavian. That's correct as well. --DQ13 ~ Talk :: Blog 20:11, July 2, 2016 (UTC)

Change the classes??? Edit

Reorganize "joke" classes. Some classes aren't jokes after the catastrophe. IE Carpenter, and many others. There are also several new classes after the 12th expansion

21:47, July 26, 2016 (UTC)

Role-playing subclasses are still role-playing subclasses, they are simply more functional after the Catastrophe. Like the Sword Maker subclass (or whichever one wasn't Swordsmith) can't make swords. That still applies post-Catastrophe. Also, there are no suggestions that there are new subclasses post-Catastrophe aside from Adventurer, which is already listed. --DQ13 ~ Talk :: Blog 21:50, July 26, 2016 (UTC)

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