Minstrel

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Minstrel
Minstrel
Realm Arthurian
Archetype Support
Motto With a song for our friends, and a blow to the skull for our enemies.

It is said that members of this class will share a song from deep in their hearts to all in their Realm, while those from other Realms get a lute to the head! Minstrels use the power of song to aid fellow Arthurians in their travels, making the miles fall away faster and stiffening their spines during battle. The earliest Minstrels were known to wander the Realm, recording the hardships and triumphs, successes and failures, of all. Their songs spread stories of heroism among their fellow survivors, as well as stories of King Arthur himself.


History[edit | edit source]

TBA

Sample Components[edit | edit source]

Minstrel-Light-Harp.png Light Harp (Instrument)
Greatly increases the power of song abilities, and reduces the effect of Fading Melody.
Minstrel-Song-of-Speed.png Song of Speed (Song)
Provides an aura that increases the movement speed of the player and nearby allies in their group. Damage taken while under the effect of this aura breaks the effect, and applies a physical debuff that prevents song effects for a brief duration.
Minstrel-Melody-of-Malady.png Melody of Malady (Song)
Provides an aura that damages nearby enemies and reduces their resistance to poison and disease effects.
Minstrel-Harder-and-Faster.png Harder and Faster (Technique)
Increases song ability radius and initial power, but increases the effect of Fading Melody.

Key Features[edit | edit source]

Divine Intervention

Aria of Area
The user’s current song spreads across a massive range by consuming the user’s remaining blood over a moderate duration.


Death Curse

Refrain of Retention
A giant lute will appear near the dying user’s head and their current song will persist beyond their death for a long duration. The lute gains additional power based on the number of wounds on members of the user’s group.

Banes and Boons[edit | edit source]

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • 15th century Minstrels were actually required to be in a guild to practice their craft.
  • The term Minstrel was eventually used to designate a performer that both sang and played music.

Revision History[edit | edit source]

  • November 13th, 2015 - Minstrels were revealed during the 7th week of the Fall Class reveals.

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