Ragnarok Online Revo-Classic Adds Two New Classes And Cities
As the old saying goes, "Don't bring a knife to a gun fight." Now you can do both in Innova's "Revo-Classic" version of Ragnarok Online, as the Gunslinger and Ninja classes have been added to the game, along with a pair of new cities to explore.
Gunslingers have a wide range of weapons at their disposal to "deal as much damage as possible in a short amount of time to their enemies." The Ninja, on the other hand, uses daggers, ahuriken, kunai, and magic and "strikes swiftly before quietly escaping into the night."
You can take the new classes, or the old ones, to a pair of steam-powered cities, the similarly named Einbroch and Einbech. Smoke-filled Einbroch, the City of Steel, is one of the biggest cities of the Republic of Schwartzvald, while Einbech is the fading city that preceded it. Both cities have plenty of new quests to keep players busy, and the Einbech Mines dungeon houses the "legendary arachnid monster" Ungoliant, which totally isn't a rip-off of Tolkien.
Learn more about the new cities, classes, and other content on the RO site.
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