The latest mobile MMORPG in the Lineage series, Lineage 2: Revolution, offers 24 hero classes to choose from within the four races that inhabit the world of Lineage 2: Revolution: Human, Elf, Dark Elf, and Dwarf.
But not all of them are equally exciting, and while some may appeal more to the new players due to the easiness of leveling them, this particular list will showcase the seven best classes that are universally considered the most effective and balanced.
If you're looking to up your game in Lineage 2: Revolution, or you simply want to change your class but not sure which one to choose next, then let's get started.
The Paladin hero class is arguably the most well-balanced class in Lineage 2: Revolution. It suits both new and experienced players due to its universal appeal in such disciplines as dungeoning and PvP combat.
This class has skills that can effectively increase its damage, such as Slam and Vengeance, and also protect it during multiple attacks, such as Majesty.
If you're looking for a class that can defend itself and its teammates, then Paladin should be your number one choice.
The Warlord hero class is very similar to the Paladin in many regards, except for its defensive qualities, which are on the weaker side here. However, it is fully compensated for by providing massive amounts of damage.
This trait makes the Warlord perfect for PvP combat, as it can charge and swing at wide arcs destroying everything on its path. If you want to have a lot of fun with your character, and don't care about defensive abilities, then definitely pick Warlord.
Two words come to mind when describing the Spellsinger Elf: crowd control. This gentle-looking Elf is capable of dealing with many enemies at the same time using AOE weather effects, such as Ice Shards and Blizzard.
The high speed of movement allows Spellsinger to dodge any attacks easy and quick. And with the help of the Robe Mastery skill, this Elf can increase the dealt damage up to four times.
Although Plainswalkers have low defense stats, they are super fast and can deal incredible amounts of damage in the blink of an eye. This alone makes them highly efficient in PvP combat.
Even if you get heavily damaged during a fight, you can use the Plainswalk skill that not only allows your character to increase the speed of attack, but also activates the HP drain effect.
Here is another class with high damage, but this time with heavy armor. The best thing about this class is that it retains the high speed of movement despite wearing all that armor.
Bladedancer requires a lot of attention when it comes to leveling up and is not a fitting choice for beginners. But it is highly recommended for advanced players who are looking for challenging and ultimately very powerful class.
Not too often do you see a class that has a fast speed of movement but a slow speed of attack. Well, that's not a problem when it comes to the Slayer hero class, because even if its attacks are slow, they are potentially devastating.
Slayer is all about the attack power, especially when it comes to such skills like Angry Dwarf, Weapon Mastery, Attack Aura, and others.
Now it's time to look at the best support class in the game. Sage is a universal healer that can also deal some damage in the process. If you play a lot of PvP, then you simply ought to have one in your team.
Sage can't do much on its own, so it's not the best choice for leveling up, but it sure is the best when it comes to healing and defending your teammates.
Which class do you consider to be the best in Lineage 2: Revolution? Leave your feedback in the comments section below. If you're looking for more tips, tricks, and strategies, make sure to check out our other Lineage 2 guides!