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Player Paraphernalia #111 The Vanguard, a New Hybrid Class
Issue #111 introduces the vanguard, a hybrid class of the ranger and rogue that focuses on skills of espionage and survival. The vanguard excels in quick and deadly strikes then disappearing back into her surroundings.
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