Lost Ark Blog Offers In Depth Look At The Martial Artist And Its Advanced Classes
The fourth installment of Lost Arks's class overview is now available to players, this time covering the Martial Artist and its four advanced classes. Those would be the Wardancer, the Scrapper, the Soulfist, and the Striker. As you'd expect, the Martial Artist is designed for high-speed, close-ranged combat. With the four advanced classes, players can take that base design in some very different directions.
Those who choose the Wardancer will be able to channel elemental power to use in their attacks. Another, very different, option is the Scrapper, which uses gauntlets to crush its enemies. Those who go Soulfist will be able to make use of energy attacks in combat, and the Striker can juggle enemies keeping them in the air and unable to defend.
All the details for each of the four Advanced Classes are available on the Lost Ark site. You can see them in action below.
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