I can see both sides of the argument, though, personally, I kind of like that they have it bound this way and you can't change it. It makes it easier, I think, because you don't have to memorize skill names when you're explaining things to people. "Hey, Fey, how do you take down a Necromancer so fast" "Oh, you start out with the 4 skill, follow up with 2 and then 3, then lay into them with auto-attack until skill 4 cool-down comes back up" (that's just a random example, of course). I just think it's nice that every class has the same set (at least the primary skills). That's just my preference though. I can see your point and see why some people would want to change up their skill bars. I can see that many people might want to change the skill orders to reflect their personal play style. If you start out most fights with skill 4 or skill 2 or whatever, it might be nice to put that skill in the first slot and put the skills in the order of how you use them. So yeah, I can see both sides of the argument.
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