5 months ago ::
Jan 09, 2013 - 6:18AM
I don't think that this will work. Names are important and classes like fighter and wizard are popular classes. It isn't going to go over well for someone who wants to be a fighter to have to settle for a barbarian because they also want simple. For many no matter how much sorcerer might fit perfectly to their playstyle, it isn't a wizard and there is no getting passed it.
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