The eighth class in Shakes & Fidget brings a mix of the three basic classes: Mage, warrior and scout. While the druid's magic damage is significantly reduced (-66%!), you get a complete warrior and scout with the druid's masks.
The Masks of the Druid
Up to level 10, the druid is just a significantly weaker version of the mage, from then on you can wear the bear mask. With this mask, the druid transforms into a warrior who has exactly the specific stats. You also get the warrior's special ability: Shield block (25% chance).
From level 25 you can finally select the scout form. With the cat mask your character receives all typical values for damage, life and armor of the scout. In this form you also get the respective ability: Evade (50% chance).
All Mask Variants of the Druid
Depending on which race and gender you have chosen for your character, the look of both masks changes. This has no effect on your attributes.
Humans (above) and Elves (below)
Dwarfs (above) and Gnomes (below)
Orcs (above) and Dark Elves (below)
Goblins (above) and Demons (below)
Advantages of the Druid
The flexible kit of the druid allows the player to switch between the two masks as needed. This way, the character can be individually adapted to the game situation.
In the arena, the warrior (bear mask) usually has an advantage, as you only have one chance to win and bring more hit points to the fight than the scout.
In the dungeons, the scout (cat mask) is the better choice, as he can use evade to his advantage through many attempts.
The variant without a mask is almost useless, as it deals less damage than a warrior (at -60% health).