Just like most RPGs, you will have to select your starting class when you are making your character. In this guide, we will see what all the starting classes are and what they do in Salt and Sacrifice.
Salt and Sacrifice All Classes Explained
There are 8 different classes to choose from while playing Salt and Sacrifice. Here we will see what they are and what they do in the game.
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Each of the 8 classes has its unique features and items that you can rely on when you start your journey in Salt and Sacrifice. Below we will take a look at all the classes available.
|Assassin||Quick and mobile, has high Will and Dexterity||Hunter’s and Throwing Daggers|
|Cleric||Self-Healing abilities, has high Conviction and Resolve||Haze Decoction, Wooden Crossbow, Runed Mace|
|Fighter||Melee Character, has high Endurance and Strength||Throwing Axes, Knight’s Vanguard|
|Duelist||Warrior Class, has high Dexterity and Luck||Crossbow and Rapier|
|Highblade||Master of the High Blades, has high Vitality, Dexterity, and Will||Wooden Shortbow, Steel Blade|
|Paladin||Heavy-Duty Holy Warriors, has high Vitality, Endurance, and Conviction||Throwing Axe, Palatine Vanguard|
|Ranger||Ranged character, has high Dexterity and Endurance||Hunter’s Shortbow and Cross Spear|
|Sage||Mage class, has high Arcane and Resolve||Channeling Rod, Haze Decoction, Iron-Band Stave|
For beginners, it is recommended to start off playing as the Cleric, due to its healing abilities and high HP. You can also have the cleric wield both melee and ranged weapons, so you can get a hand at which weapon type you would like to play with next. The Cleric’s armor is light, helping you with mobility, as well as having the ability for wound removal.
That’s all there is to know about the classes in Salt and Sacrifice. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.