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Is there a penalty for choosing an AC late?

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Is there a penalty for choosing an AC late?

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Sylriana
01.22.2012 , 08:26 PM | #1
I know in some games it can permanently screw up your character's base stats or somesuch. Just wondering if there's any penalty for choosing an AC at 11, 12, 13, etc over 10.

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Caelrie
01.22.2012 , 08:33 PM | #2
No penalty other than leveling for a while as half a class.

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Sir_Roderick
01.23.2012 , 12:34 AM | #3
You already have 10 levels to make up your mind between the two

...but no, I don't think there's any problem there.
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jmjon
01.23.2012 , 12:50 AM | #4
One would think not having class defining skills or talent trees would be penalty enough, but other than that no.

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Kallist_Rhoka
01.23.2012 , 02:50 AM | #5
It's kinda like playing a healing Priest on WoW without picking Discipline or Holy; you're kinda screwing yourself over since you miss out on talents and new abilities/spells that you get from your tree that REALLY give you that oomph that makes it easier to get by.

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Mikkeos
01.23.2012 , 05:05 AM | #6
The early skills are not that strong.

1-3% more damage dealt or less damage taken wont win or lose a fight for you.
But these tiny things add up in the long run.
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rocdogg
01.23.2012 , 03:53 PM | #7
I thought I had a problem when I couldn't get my AC choice window back on one character. It was a trooper I wasn't sure about. I was relieved when I saw a PENDING quest.

Actually, vanilla classes are viable for quite a while. You can still train levels in the base skills and you will get new class skills whether you pick an AC or not. They're also much simpler to play than an AC.