Wukong, Shaseng, Bajie and Tangseng, who are familiar with each other, are actually the four major occupations in the dream making journey to the West. Among them, Wukong and Tang Monk are more popular. Does that mean the other two are not good? Let's take a look. Dream journey to the West ol job introduction.
This occupation is good at close combat, has the characteristics of strong general attack and high critical hit rate. It has strong self survival ability and certain blood sucking skills. However, the player who chooses the elder martial brother is not at ease. His weak point is his small attack range. Wukong is more suitable for novice operation, and it is also recommended to take a more general critical strike flow in the later training.
2、 Tang Seng
Shifu prefers remote operation, and has good attack ability and certain recovery ability. The advantage of Tang Seng's profession is that it can be perfectly reflected in the later stage. In the previous period, due to the low HP value, few skills, poor PK ability and other reasons, he will be very passive in the game.
If you like PVP, you'd better not choose Tang Seng, but he still has his own advantages after the attack ability is cultivated.
3、 Eight commandments
Like Wukong, Bajie takes a close combat route. He has high HP, high recovery, and can also launch bullets with his own damage. The second elder martial brother's Association has a lot of things. The choice of Bajie is more average, PK and brush copy he has a certain advantage, but the attack ability is not strong is also an indisputable fact, want to pursue absolute violence players or give up as soon as possible.
4、 Monk Sha
It can be ranged or melee, so the ability of monk Sha is an amazing balance. This professional boss is very good, PK field is God general existence, all kinds of control skills will let you everywhere.
These are the contents of the ol career introduction of dream making journey to the West. From the perspective of these four occupations, it is difficult for Tang monk, who is a noble master, or Wukong, who is known as the backbone, to be regarded as an absolutely domineering occupation.