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OffsideRush

OffsideRush

Edited: 7/15/2014 5:09:57 PM
Technically, you can play as any race combined with any class. However, each video game fan-base tends to "assign" a race to a class. For example, Skyrim: Nords are generally warriors and High Elves are generally mages. Mass Effect: Female Commander Shepard is usually Renegade and Male Shepard is usually Paragon etc. even though you can mix and match these options to your own desire. So without further ado, let me be the first to "assign" Destiny races to a class. I am obviously assuming that no more classes or races are being introduced. Exo - Titan Robotic in nature, they sacrificed themselves along the Wall to protect the city. Robots tend to be stereotyped as more powerful than organic life forms (Titans vs other classes, check) and inherently possess less of a sense of self-preservation (check). Human - Hunter Writers in all mediums love detailing stories with examples of human nature in desperate times, usually depicting man as a criminal or immorally bankrupt individual (Hunters were/are outlaws, check). And being viewed as dangerously ambitious is a common sci-fi trait of humanity. Awoken - Warlock Space Elves = Space Wizards. It's really that simple. This also follows the common mantra of "something happens to a group of people, they change, and obtain powers or gifts". Side Note: Maybe Awoken are humans long ago and something happened? Anyway, let me know what you guys think of these "assignments". YES I KNOW that any class can be any races, but as I'm sure a lot of you know, we RPG fans like to make such "assignments". If anyone has different "assignments" please post and we'll compare. Be Brave, OffsideRush

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