We who have played mmos since the dawn of ti..mmos (no wow was not the first mmo) are familiar with the "OP" class that always, no exclusions, gets nerfed first. You guess it? thats right, the Assassin/Thief/Asstaber/Stalker. It would be nice, if for once, there were a company that didnt listen to the complaints from the men and women running around in cloth dresses for once. In mmos after mmo, there have been a massive outcry against the poor assassins and their brethrens, right from the start, when most people are running around in their white/green armor (usually the crappy stuff) thinking its the top of the line gear. And they get nerfed way to much so once people start gearing up and learn their classes, said assassins fall behind, and it takes months or years for the developers to do anything about it. For some reason, ranged classes also seem to think their cloth armor is the same as platemail, and the staff in their hands are a combined 360degree shield and 2h melee weapon of mass descruction. DPS classes are usually the easiest ones to learn, making the very powerful in early game. Players usually have an easier time learning how to use them, not to perfection but decently, then lets say healer. One got to consider, should a clothwearing staffuser go toe to toe in melee range against a very squishy class specialized in fast damage before they get killed themselves, or is it said clothweares fault for letting the near and positioning themselves away from their teammates in the first place? We all know its going to happen once again, it always does, but it would be nice if one developer does something different.