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Do classes with same DP take same amount of damage?

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So if I'm a warrior with 200 DP or a Dark Knight or witch, and I HVe 200DP on all of them. When I get hit by mobs, players in pvp, World bosses and so on, because we all have 200DP do we all take the same amount of damage? 

I presumed a warrior was not as squishy as a witch but if they have same DP are they both the same? 

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4 minutes ago, PipR89 said:

So if I'm a warrior with 200 DP or a Dark Knight or witch, and I HVe 200DP on all of them. When I get hit by mobs, players in pvp, World bosses and so on, because we all have 200DP do we all take the same amount of damage? 

I presumed a warrior was not as squishy as a witch but if they have same DP are they both the same? 

Pretty sure it's the same, however, some classes have more protection than others, or different types. Such as super armors, I-Frames, frontal guards, passives, etc...

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4 hours ago, PipR89 said:

So if I'm a warrior with 200 DP or a Dark Knight or witch, and I HVe 200DP on all of them. When I get hit by mobs, players in pvp, World bosses and so on, because we all have 200DP do we all take the same amount of damage? 

I presumed a warrior was not as squishy as a witch but if they have same DP are they both the same? 

Passives as other mentioned. A warrior has Passives that adds +1 to range, melee, magic per skill point. I haven't tried all the classes, but it seems to be unique to the warrior at this point. While not being officially registered to his gear score it's still there, making him a bit tanker. Also they seem to be a have bit more health, not as much as a boost as zerker. That will also change the way you see hp % drop. Not sure of the actual number for damage taken. As I look at the general state of the hp bar in percentages. 

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