This question is regarding class balance, AND BEFORE YOU CLICK OUT OF THIS THREAD HEAR ME OUT. This is an extremely important question that I feel will help PA devs, You guys at Kakao, and the player community. What is the vision for each class? After the balance changes there has been little direction in terms of balance, things that players feel is obviously in need of fixing has been ignored and things that nobody asked for have been implemented. This question is asked for the following reasons. 1. So we know what to expect from the devs and more properly tailor our suggestions for you guys to forward to PA 2. So the PA devs set a clear expectation that they must follow through on. And 3. So that players know how they can expect their class to function from now and into the future. The ideal would be having an explanation for every change implemented so that we can understand why a change was made. But just giving a general statement for each would be enough at this point. Some questions I hope this will answer are things like: - Are there class roles, or should every class be the same more or less? - Is BDO supposed to be a hack and slash? - Are Warrior and Valkyrie supposed to tank? - Are Witch and Wizard supposed to lose 1v1? - What are assassins like Tamer, ninja, and Kuno supposed to do in nodewars and sieges? That one question can answer so many things the playerbase is unsure about. If there is one thing that needs to be asked, it’s that question. Near the end of the year PA has usually done a “letter from the developer” or something with questions that, I assume, they imagine players having. But if there is something we are all wondering in regards to balance it’s that question right there. @CM Yukimura @CM Servantes @CM Serenity @CM Richter @CM Praballo @CM Kabz @CM Aethon Please make sure PA answers this question. While it being sooner (like next week) would be nice, even waiting until the “letter from the devs” at the end of the year would be fine as long as we get an answer. Please do what you can to stress how important this is.