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Of the list of reputations with classes doable with Swag Tokens you have:
Lycan: for the Lycan class, a mediocre 2 hit class with pretty decent sustain.
Mythsong: part of Stonecrusher, widely considered the best support class and for good reasons, also doubles as a great soloing class and the DPS isn't half bad either. It really does excel in parties, it's a staple for group fights nowadays. Mythsong is faster to farm with it's own quest though, you can do the Kimberly quest and get 2k rep per kill.
Arcangrove: Shamand an Evo Shaman. You probably already know how good of a class Shaman is. Evo Shaman is more focused on debbuffing a single enemy, but otherwise is very similar, Evo Shaman is generally considered weaker than Shaman. Arcangrove is also necessary to get Stonecrusher, alongside Mythsong and Brightoak (which is not available through Swag Tokens).
Sandsea: Master Ranger....is Master Ranger, it's one of the worst classes in the game and definitely the worst reputation class in my opinion, perhaps some of the member rep classes can prove me wrong, but I never used any of them.
Skyguard: for Skyguard Grenadier, I haven't heard great things about it.
Doomwood: Necromancer is a fairly good class still since the buff to it a while ago. Doomwood is also needed for Blaze Binder.
Troll: for Troll Spellsmith, still holds up as a decent farming class although it only having 1 AoE skill kind of outdates it when we have classes like Vampire Lord, Shaman and Blaze Binder. It's also not a bad soloing class, it has 35% damage resistance when fully stacked and the heal has a low cooldown.
Horc: for Horc Evader. Horc Evader is a little weird, it's close to being a good class, but I can never make more out of it than a semi good class for killing low/mid hp bosses, it's also quite hard to play optimally with 3 different invisible timers you need to keep track of.
Etherstorm: for Elemental Dracomancer. I haven't used it within the past couple years, but it's lack of heal makes it's uses quite limited. It could be useful vs a harder hitting boss with someone healing you on the side while being able to dish out a fair bit of damage. It's a real keyboard smashing class.
Chronospan: for Thief of Hours. a subpar dodging class, even as a dodge class with healing, it's cooldowns and/or mana costs are just a tad bit too high. I find it hard to find any real use for it. The only thing it really has going for it, is applying Temporal Insanity to very hard hitting enemies, especially when you apply it to Nulgath and he punches himself for billions of damage, that never gets old.
Thunderforge: for Darkblood Stormking, which is still a decent jack of all trades class, a little outdated like Troll Spellsmith, but still more viable than some other rep classes.
Swordhaven: for Royal Battlemage, it has no healing and very long cooldowns. It rarely does enough damage to justify it though, but it has some support potential aside from probably a great damage output with a Stonecrusher and a large amount of defensive options, but it's lack of heals makes it not that great, kind of like a slower Dracomancer. It has the ability to switch between AoE and single target, it's single target skills dealing more damage than the AoE classes. It feels like a prototype of Chaos Slayer honestly, it has the same kind of playstyle of being able to switch between AoE and single target with the use of a skill, but Chaos Slayer is a good class, whereas Royal Battlemage just falls flat on it's face.
Chaos: for the Chaos Slayer classes. Chaos Slayer is a better jack of all trades class than Darkblood Stormking in my opinion. Even after 4-5 years, it still holds up against newer classes and is my number 1 recommended first rep class for newer players, because the rep is one of the easier ones, with an option for a 5k daily quest, if the individual is lazy about it.
Embersea: alongside Doomwood and Pyromancer will give you access to Blaze Binder. Blaze Binder is well known as a good AoE class, and part of the AoE trio (Shaman, Vampire Lord and Blaze Binder) which I consider the best 3 non rare AoE classes, in no particular order.
Ravenloss: for Arachnomancer. Arachnomancer is a quite limited class, but powerful under the right circumstances. It essentially does one thing (aside from dealing damage) and that's having a skill that instantly makes the enemy take 100% more damage (and an option for quadrupling all DoTs the enemy, in combination with another skill). The mana cost of these 2 debuff skills is quite high though and without a Stonecusher, you are going to have mana issues. It's a pretty bad class to play solo.
Of all these I would recommend getting Chaos Slayer, Darkblood, Troll Spellsmith, Blaze Binder (which almost gives Necromancer by default) and Stonecrusher (which also gives you Shaman + Evo Shaman).
This one is not part of the list, but if you can get to it, I would also recommend getting Glacial Berserker with rep, it's a very strong single target and soloing class with great debuffs on top. The reputation can be farmed for all year long, but the rep shop with the class is only available during Frostvale.
< Message edited by Metakirby -- 6/24/2018 6:02:08 >