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In Blade & Soul, both Warlocks and Force Masters are ranged fighters. But the Warlocks skills have no trajectory time consumption. If you have already played as the Force Master before you try the Warlock, you will feel that the Warlock's LB, RB, 2,3 and X keys have no trajectory time consumption. As a result, the attack speed of the Warlock is faster than the Force Master. So in terms of trajectory speed, the Warlock is way better than the Force Master.
Both the Warlock and the Force Master are ranged fighters, but Warlocks' range of skills are rather large.
When it comes to the control skill, the Warlock uses Soul Shackle [shortcut 2] to snare enemies with a range 3 meters in diameter. You can see a circle on the ground, and as long as mobs enter the circle they will be locked. In addition, the skill effect is sustained. After the mobs are locked, there will be an outbreak of Dragoncall. As a knockout skill, Warlock Tether Blade [X] is remote. Force Master's Second Wind [TAB] can only be used near himself.
If you play as a Force Master, you can use Frost Nova  to lock mobs. Although range permafrost can be used, no one would really use it. Compared to the Warlock, the Force Master's Frost Nova  is a one-time, inconsistent control. Therefore, in terms of range and practicality of control, Force Master is beat.
The above comparison is already evident. If you are a beginner and are choosing between the Warlock and the Force Master, then the Warlock is recommended. This class has powerful DPS, the buff that other classes don't have and impressive attack range and control. The Warlock also has Warding Charm.
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