I have a hard time deciding on what third class to pick for Sorc-FF build, because I really like those classes. Why?
Sorcerer: I am the Pokemon master : P But seriously, I love this class mechanics, because it can adapt to nearly any situation. Need farming? Summon Gorkas for spammable AoE. Bossing? Marnox, Froster Lord, Necroventer, etc… My only wish for this class would be a card album, like grimoire, where we can keep all summonable cards to pick them out whenever we want. Big bonus is also that this class posess high SPR and SP attribute, so that lessens the amount of SP pots I need to snort.
Featherfoot: I only played this class before Re;Build, but I remember that it has great single target damage and, most important for me, self healing skills (I am a cheapskate for pots), gotta love the self-sustain : ). I don’t know how the class is after the recent patch tho.
My third class choices are (also with my builds):
- Necromancer: synergy with both FF and Sorc, additional minions which scale with SPR and buffed by Desmodus, easier debuffs for KS, FF benefits from Corruption as all its skills are poison element
- Bokor: basically Necro light. When tis class was with Cleric tree I remember it being freaking SLOW. Not a big fan of this one.
- Onmyoji: Something about this class makes me love it for some reason, maybe it’s the huge AoE on HWT… I don’t know if summons benefit from Mediator attribute. On a side note, Y-YH is a b*tch to aim.
- Taoist: Since I feel like having Gorkas do the AoE, this would be another single target class, and I hear it’s pretty strong.
I guess that the most logical choice would be Necromancer, but any sumons other than those from cards feel sluggish and lackluster, also that class has a sh*tload of skills and I like to keep my pad slots to max 18 skills (2 slots reserved for pots). My second choice is a tie between Onmyo and Tao, but I don’t know which does better late-game. Onmyo is great for levelling but I think I remember it starting to slow down around lv 200+, so if going for long term investment then Tao may be a better choice.