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Of course there is more to it than the things that I listed but the ultimate winner is both of them depending on how long you want to play. Because of godly mobbing ability in 2nd job (thanks to the vertical range of Shockwave/ Static Thumper) between thsese two, Jett would be the best class to play from levels 1 - 120.
If you plan to go beyond 120+ though, Corsair wins because all of those little ATT buffs throughout the jobs finally add up and there is not a lot Jett can do to ever catch back up.
I like both classes but the choice becomes, would you rather have passive healing forever (which does save countless pots) or the ability to call giant Octopi at will? (style and substance is a hard combination to beat)
"All of these jobs are racist against people who dont have skills!." Luanne - King of the Hill, El Nido Bow Master
Sorry pal but they are only the drunken day laborers of the crew. Kidding aside though, I would like to hear from a Brawler expert or two about the best points of their class.
the best part of bucc is gone, going super sayian. We are exactly like warriors now but with higher DPS due to speed. However it is a more expensive class due to knuckles having low weapon attack. Also warriors still have their buffs
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