Terms and Conditions
Conversion of Old and New Classes
Hello, fellow adventurers!
It is finally that time. Over the course of the next several weeks, each and every class is going to go through their "rework" phase. This is where the team sits down, one class at a time, and discusses where the class is currently at and what should be done to make different aspects of the class more appealing. One of the things that has made World of Dungeons rather stale over the years is players running the same build over and over again. By no means is this the fault of our players; quite a few secondary "options" for a class simply aren't as viable as the same way everyone is playing. Paladins are a prime example. They are always a blocker class. Sometimes a Paladin will get brave enough to go full support or maybe even back up heals, but you very rarely ever see a damage Paladin.
Once each class has been discussed and an outline set for reworks, the team will immediately sit down with that class and work on pushing through the changes on said class all in one go. It is our aim to not have a class being worked on for longer than a single day, to prevent issues within groups and dungeons. Once the rework on a class is complete, all active heroes of that class will be flagged for an immediate free conversion. Being flagged for a free conversion allows you to keep both your class and your race, for those out there who prefer the race and class combination they already have. Now, once the changes are pushed through it will not interfere with already created heroes. This is what the free conversion is for. The new changes to a class will not show up until a hero conversion has been made. So do not worry about having to be on right as soon as the changes are done. There will not be any interruption of dungeons.
I will continue to update this thread as this progresses, and I suggest that you recheck this thread every couple of days. I will list which class is currently being looked at so players know where the team is at during this process, and then I will update this thread when that class is complete. It will look something like this:
It is the sincere desire of the development team to make this process as smooth and as painless as possible. To that end, I do ask that you bear with us and excuse the dust and debris we knock loose!
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