I play a warrior and one shot kill everything. Anything that I don't one shot kill is knocked unconscious by the butt of my axe and then corralled with every other enemy for a good ol' round-house sweep. But it lacks complexity and depth. Just run in the the fray, chop chop chop, run away, do a drive by pummeling, choppidy chop. Where's the flair? The amusement?
I play an archer and shoot everything dead. More complex; I have access to every area of the game, and testing the waters of unseen ranged combat is a treat. The alchemy gives me a feeling of voodoo experimentation I know and love.
I want to start a mage. But is it too early? Was it too early to start the archer? Do I simply want to change because I hope for something new while disregarding what I have at present? I guess I should settle my heart on the archer, my old time sniping friend. I mean, he's a lizard man. With a feather headdress. Isn't that what I always wanted. I mean, a mage would be fun, but who's to say I'll settle on the mage with satisfaction?
Change and hope don't always equal success. I love you lizard man.