Dungeons & Dragons Online demos the upcoming Warlock

    
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In the context of the tabletop game that gives Dungeons & Dragons Online its name, a Warlock is a class defined by making a pact for power with some exceptional power. DDO simulates this by giving you laser beams that fire out of your hands. That’s admittedly glossing over the details (they’re actually more like orbs than laser beams), but if you want information on the class, you can just jump down to watch the class in action for an hour.

Yes, the most recent livestream from the game’s developers covered the Warlock extensively, focusing on what the class can do and how players can make the most of it. Best of all, you don’t have to make any dark pacts in order to see it in all of its pew-pewing glory; just hop on down and start watching the archived stream.

Source: YouTube
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Midgetsnowman
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dirtyklingon Midgetsnowman either way. yeah. I will have me some warlock. Oh yes.

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dirtyklingon Midgetsnowman Yeeees. baking prestiges directly into classes was a great idea too. No more having to create a 16 multiclass character just to get the one prestige upgrade to your fighter you wanted.

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dirtyklingon Oh, dont get me wrong. I love 3.x. My fave settings of all time, Ravenloft and Eberron , either were spawned by 3.x or enjoyed great renaissances in 3.x.

I just love 5e mechanically and roleplayingwise all the more.

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dirtyklingon Yep. Its become my favorite edition very fast for that.

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dirtyklingon Midgetsnowman eh, possibly. I just love the rp opportunities in that you can be any alignment now and pact with stuff other than devils.

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I’m rolling a halfling great old one warlock who maybe rolepolays as an occult investigator :D

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Rustybladez 
When I moved to DDO from WoW I thought the graphics where 10x better. There are games with higher graphic fidelity but none of them have game play that is as good. The graphics are good enough for immersion. Neverwinter is a prime example, pretty to look at gameplay flat as a pancake.

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Definitely rolling a Bard Warlock Fay character. I am more excited now about Warlock class than I was before. So glad they are keeping this great game alive by adding so many new things. Really enjoying Temple of Elemental Evil right now.

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dirtyklingon Tbh I love 5e lock. Hated 3e lock though.But the aded rp options of feypact and cthulhupact draw me in for playing them in tabletop

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dirtyklingon Huxys Yeah, I’m pretty old-school in liking that “legit sense” as you said. Still, seems like that Roll20 group finder would be a perfect way to try out more niche games at my leisure. Thanks for the thoughts. :)