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27th Mar '16 6:25:40 AM EternalNothingness
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* ''VideoGame/TheBannerSaga'' never really had any literal thieves or mages, but the following classes make up for it:
** The Varl Warriors and Shieldbangers are the fighters of the caravan, designed to deal and absorb as much punishment as a typical fighter.
** The human Raiders, Landsmen and Spearmen are the thieves, specializing in speed, agility and hit-and-run tactics.
** The human Archers and Menders, while not literally mages, might as well play as such because of their long-distance capabilities and higher willpower.
27th Mar '16 6:20:28 AM EternalNothingness
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' featured three playable characters who, while not literally a fighter, mage and thief, do possess special abilities that make them play like such characters, including:
** Michael is technically the mage, because his ability to slow down time to snipe more easily would have made him a long-range GlassCannon similar to the mage.
** Franklin is technically the thief, except instead of on-foot hit-and-run tactics similar to the thief, he's all about precision driving that could have otherwise made him as fast as a thief.
** Trevor is technically the fighter, because his special ability grants him temporary invulnerability, which would make him deal and absorb as much damage as a fighter.
27th Mar '16 6:15:26 AM EternalNothingness
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* ''TheWitcher3'' features the family of Geralt of Rivia, Ciri and Yennefer of Vengerberg, who all share the exact same fighting styles as the Fighter, Thief and Mage, respectively.

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* ''TheWitcher3'' features the surrogate family of Geralt of Rivia, Ciri and Yennefer of Vengerberg, who all share the exact same fighting styles as the Fighter, Thief and Mage, respectively.
6th Mar '16 5:04:36 PM drac0blade
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* Vyse, Aika, and Fina from SkiesOfArcadia fit this dynamic; Vyse being the front line physical attacker (fighter), speedy Aika backing him up with her trusty Boomerang and a number of useful skills (Theif), and Fina supporting them both with powerful healing specials and buffs.

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* Vyse, Aika, and Fina from SkiesOfArcadia fit this dynamic; Vyse being the front line physical attacker (fighter), speedy Aika backing him up with her trusty Boomerang and a number of useful skills (Theif), (thief), and Fina supporting them both with powerful healing specials and buffs.buffs (mage).
2nd Feb '16 7:51:29 PM triscion
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** Also applies for their cameo in ValkyriaChronicles; Vyse is a Shocktrooper, Aika a Scout, and Fina is a medic.

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** Also applies for their cameo in ValkyriaChronicles; Vyse is a Shocktrooper, Aika a Scout, and Fina is a medic.
2nd Feb '16 7:51:03 PM triscion
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* Vyse, Aika, and Fina from SkiesOfArcadia fit this dynamic; Vyse being the front line physical attacker (fighter), speedy Aika backing him up with her trusty Boomerang and a number of useful skills (Theif), and Fina supporting them both with powerful healing specials and buffs.
** Also applies for their cameo in ValkyriaChronicles; Vyse is a Shocktrooper, Aika a Scout, and Fina is a medic.
2nd Feb '16 5:31:31 AM Protagonist506
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* ''VideoGame/Bioshock'' takes after System Shock. A character built to use normal weapons is the fighter, a character built to use plasmids is the mage, and a hacker build it the thief. So, you have Gunner, Plasmid-eer, and Hacker.

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* ''VideoGame/Bioshock'' ''Bioshock'' takes after System Shock. A character built to use normal weapons is the fighter, a character built to use plasmids is the mage, and a hacker build it the thief. So, you have Gunner, Plasmid-eer, and Hacker.
2nd Feb '16 5:30:56 AM Protagonist506
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* ''VideoGame/Bioshock'' takes after System Shock. A character built to use normal weapons is the fighter, a character built to use plasmids is the mage, and a hacker build it the thief. So, you have Gunner, Plasmid-eer, and Hacker.
31st Jan '16 10:48:27 PM Adeon
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* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' Agatha, Zeetha and Violetta are essentially this (with Agatha as a [[MagicFromTechnology technomage]]). Zeetha points it out in [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20140509 this]] comic.
30th Jan '16 11:40:05 AM nombretomado
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* ''SystemShock 2'' opens with the main character, a soldier, deciding whether to join the Marines (which specializes in combat), the Navy (which specializes in technical skills), or the OSA (which specializes in psychic powers). While it is possible to get a smattering of cross-training in other class abilities, attempting to be an across-the-board Jack-of-all-trades really will leave you MasterOfNone.

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* ''SystemShock 2'' ''VideoGame/SystemShock2'' opens with the main character, a soldier, deciding whether to join the Marines (which specializes in combat), the Navy (which specializes in technical skills), or the OSA (which specializes in psychic powers). While it is possible to get a smattering of cross-training in other class abilities, attempting to be an across-the-board Jack-of-all-trades really will leave you MasterOfNone.
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