All skill arguments aside; there is nothing indicating or even remotely suggesting elves are to be "superior" at anything. To specialize in a skill is not to be the best most superior user of said skill. The official definition of these words are literally in my last post. They have two completely separate meanings. All characters specialize in something and none of them are the best at it. -0- Using the logic being applied to insist elves are superior in magic, we could also say the same for any human who chooses to play dark knight. -- but not because this changes their character in any other way outside of increasing the INT stat some. -- High INT doesn't mean master of magic, superior to everyone else in the game.I would say by all means they are intended to superior in magic,
--because high INT can be attained and capped by anyone.
This thread came here with the intention of lifting elves up and over everyone else in the game, because they're under the false impression that an elf is to be the absolute best and most powerful player they can create. ~ I don't care how many trolls you folks pile on, or how many guild members you recruit to file against me; this line of thinking is wrong.
Elven Magic Missile is granted by your transformation (Falcon). I don't know what you're smoking, but you shouldn't be able to use it at any other time. Giants cannot use their transformation skill outside of transformation (Wind Guard is not a Beast Transformation skill).Even disregarding the idea of having final shot apply for magic, elven magic missile should scale with magic attack and be usable without trans in some fashion (like the giants can). Literally 200~ damage max at r1.
The last poll option made me giggle (it's so tempting lmao! ~ I'm kidding). ~ Being "the same" as every other mage isn't as bad as it sounds.