TSKD 184 Released

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This has been bothering me for a while, I’m not quite sure why I’m only just making this change now, but I am, and that’s what matters.

Job -> Class, as, to my knowledge, the latter is the more modern, less literal game term.

Next up is a chapter of NNY. It will most likely take 2-3 days to finish, as NNY chapters are 2-3x as long as TSKD chapters on average.

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7 thoughts on “TSKD 184 Released

  1. I think both have different meaning, but some games thought to be similar. But once I had this game that both are put at the same with different use/ function.

    As “Class” specified as the role or expertise that classified them either warrior, mage or projectile types (bow/gun). Mostly put upon character creation tho.

    And for Jobs might call for the expertise after character creation, like specialties varied like daily necessity or other stuffs like Artisan, Alchemy, Cooking, Smithing, etc. (or even dancing)

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  2. I know in Final Fantasy XIV there are basic classes and once you advance far enough you get more advanced ones called Jobs such as White Mage, Dragoon, and Bard. The crafting and gathering ones are called classes as well.

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  3. >Job -> Class, as, to my knowledge, the latter is the more modern, less literal game term.

    “Class” has been a game term since Dungeons and Dragons became a game (it’s been over 40 years now!), even before race became separate from class.
    “Job” is characteristic of games of Japanese origin, probably because that’s the double translation of “class”.

    I prefer “class”, by the way.

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