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Where the game gets deep is not with combat or dungeon progression, but in character customization and weapon creation. Min/Maxing character races and classes pretty much determines how good you will fare at the game and the amount of bonus points you get per character determines how often they will live or die. I posted a short min/max guide for the early part of the game, featuring the starting classes and the advantages of each races, along with an explanation on bonus points here, so feel free to look that over for a four page commentary on how it works. I could have probably gone for another TEN had I included the middle and late game and/or the prestige classes hidden away in the game. You’ll be changing classes and combining skills and magic from each, similar to Final Fantasy Tactics or Knight of Lodis. Start as Warrior for a massive amount of hit points, then turn said character into a Sorcerer so they can take more than a single hit. That’s just one of the many examples of things you can do. Imagine all your characters having healing or buff spells. Just keep in mind that race mixing and alignment plays a part in something called Affinity, which determines how likely you are to get stat boosts when you level up. or stat decreases.