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Artificers were first introduced in Eberron: Rising from the Last War, and they are unlike any other class in the game. They are engineers and inventors, using their clever minds and whatever materials they can find to create magical potions, powerful weapons, or incredible armor.

Iron Man: Artificer

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A lot of nerds will tell you Natasha Romanov is a Rogue. However, if you look closely at her actual fighting style, you’ll find that Way of the Shadow Monk makes more sense. Rogues are stealthy and avoid fighting unless they can ambush their target for Sneak Attack. Monks, on the other hand, specialize in hitting as many people as possible as often as possible.

Black Widow:
Monk

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The Hulk perfectly represents the Barbarian class. When he goes into a rage—aka Hulks out—he becomes a nearly unstoppable force. Wearing no armor (those little purple shorts aren’t gonna block much) and charging into battle, he can absorb far more punishment than an ordinary hero.

The Hulk: Barbarian

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Was there ever a more Lawful Good character in the MCU than Captain America? As an Oath of Devotion, he’s your classic pally, complete with a mighty shield. Yeah, it’s kind of a boring class, but it’s really powerful.

Captain America:
Paladin

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