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    Salt and Sacrifice Classes Guide

    Salt and Sacrifice is one of the most awaited games of May 2022. There are eight separate classes in Salt and Sacrifice. It can be difficult to choose between so many different classes, each with different stats. This article will give you a quick overview of each class in Salt and Sacrifice and which one is the best choice.

    Here’s a quick rundown of how each class in Salt and Sacrifice plays and what they’re focused on:

    Assassins: have dagger attacks and mobility.
    Cleric: a self-healing class.
    Fighter: a melee tank class.
    Duelist: a mix of Assassin and Fighter.
    Highblade: has the appearance of a Samurai and wields high blade weapons.
    Paladins: have a shield and melee combo, as well as substantial armor.
    Ranger: quick on their feet and effective at ranged combat and keeping foes at bay.
    Sage: a spellcaster class. 

    Best Class for Beginners

    Cleric is the greatest class to choose from at the start of the game. One of the reasons for this is its ability to heal. This class has a healing spell as well as high stats. From the beginning of the game, the Cleric class allows you to utilize both ranged and melee weapons.

    The healing ability will come in handy early on, as you’ll be relying on it a lot while learning the basics. You can move around rapidly with this class because you won’t be wearing any heavy gear.

    Aside from that, the Cleric Class grants you access to a variety of strong spells for dispatching your foes.

    Starting stats for Cleric class are:

    • Strength: 5
    • Dexterity: 5
    • Vitality: 5
    • Will: 5
    • Endurance: 5
    • Arcana: 5
    • Conviction: 7
    • Resolve: 6
    • Luck: 5

    Salt and Sacrifice Best Class

    When it comes to choosing the perfect class for the Salt and Sacrifice, it all comes down to personal preference. You can choose Cleric here as well, but we’ll stick with Fighter for now.

    The Fighter is an excellent class for those who wish to experiment with different weapons, armor, and talents. The early game should be simple due to the wide range of beginning stats and complementary equipment, and there is the freedom to modify your setup as you level up.

    The Fighter class is more tanky, with both attack and defensive attributes, so you won’t be penalized for overextending your attacks.

    Starting stats for Fighter class are:

    • Strength: 6
    • Dexterity: 5
    • Vitality: 5
    • Will: 5
    • Endurance: 7
    • Arcana: 5
    • Conviction: 5
    • Resolve: 5
    • Luck: 5

    We hope this guide will help you. Lastly, be sure to check out our Gaming and Guides sections. We cover reviews, newsBest-of, and a lot of other stuff so bookmark us and keep following Retrology.

    Mofeeza Masood
    Mofeeza Masood
    A gaming enthusiast, binge-watcher, and writer helping confused gamers with the levels they are stuck on and picky watchers with what they should binge next.
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