I did say considered evil. To be more specific the classes can be considered evil by nature. Look at Necromancers, aside from the few we've met that are pretty neutral overall, most Necromancers could be considered evil just based on their powers to revive and enslave the dead. Same with Deathknights, the whole thing with that class is a holy warrior falling to the side of necromancy and darkness, even the Deathknight that teaches the class could be considered evil, seeing as how after he became a Deathknight he tried to kill his friends. So while our hero is not evil the classes they can use could be considered evil in how they can be used. I find the Necromancer version of us in The Inn at the Edge of Time to be a perfect example, who from how her dialogue is worded slaughtered all of Falconreach and reanimated them just because they were unhappy that she reanimated Serenity, would you consider that to be a GOOD hero? Hereís her dialogue to show exactly what she says:
<Character> (NPC) (Necromancer): Ah, Serenity. She died in my timeline, you know. But it was okay, I reanimated her.
<Character> (NPC) (Necromancer): She now bakes bread and puts me to sleep, like before.
<Character> (NPC) (Necromancer): The villagers weren't too happy about that, though.
<Character> (NPC) (Necromancer): It's fine, though. They are now reanimated as well! Falconreach has never been so perfect!
I also find it interesting how you left out the stuff I said about Doomknight not being canon, and bow aside from 2, maybe 3 classes, no class that cost real world currency is canon. Like a I said, Doomknight is there for dedicated players to have fun with. Itís a reward for sticking around for at least 2 years and willing to help fund the game, its not a class that has an effect on the story, it never hase been, the most itís done is effect some bosses and buff them, and most, if not all of those bosses don't affect the overall story of Dragonfable.
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