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October 11th, 2013, 16:46
Originally Posted by wolfing View Post
I usually don't use 'hybrid' classes unless the party is like 6 characters or more. In almost every game I've played (except maybe Baldur's Gate 1) it's better to use pure classes.
My preference is usually the opposite: for a smaller parties, using hybrid classes helps shore up the group's weaknesses. (E.g. a fighter/thief rather than a thief.) It's only when I have six of more that I can have party members focus on non-'hybrid' classes.
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