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This quiz is set up to find what role you would play in a role-playing game. It goes rather in-depth for maximum amusement. There are 7 questions and 7 outcomes. What will you be?
In role-playing games (RPG), a character class is a job or profession commonly used to differentiate the abilities of different game characters.
The terms ‘role-playing game’ and ‘role-playing game roleplaying’ are used interchangeably in this article.
Role-playing games are played primarily by players, rather than game masters. The primary aim of a role-playing game is to develop an individual player’s character and explore the fictional world in which the game takes place. Role-playing games are played in a fictional, fictitious world, with rules and procedures that are designed to allow the player to explore this world. Role-playing games tend to emphasize realism and immersion, as they are designed to immerse the player in a fictional universe.
Role-playing games have a long history in the tabletop hobby.
In an MMO, a character class is a profession that a player may choose from in order to define his or her playstyle.
A job is also used to define the playstyle of a character, as in a Warrior: an aggressive character that can take on a wide variety of situations; a Thief: a stealthy character that can pickpocket the wealthy; a Scout: a character who can traverse the world quickly; and so on.
In the original Dungeons & Dragons (1979), there were ten classes available:
In the 1980s, a “Class” was created by combining the names of the characters in the game, starting with the Bard and ending with the Cleric.