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CaveWorld features three classes of cavemen, each with unique attributes, abilities, and aura effects.


Players must choose a class for their caveman upon acquisition, and can only change a caveman's class by resetting it. The three classes are:

  • Warrior: A strong caveman with strong muscles and high stamina, but slower movement and low intelligence.
  • Assassin: A skilled caveman with agile movement and deadly attacks, but vulnerable.
  • Ranger: A smart caveman skilled in ranged attacks, but relatively fragile and very slow.

Starting Stats[]

Starting stats are automatically attributed to a caveman upon choosing a class, and each class has a different set of starting stats. Cavemen start at level 0 and have no starting main attributes or ability points.


  • Hit Points: 160
  • Melee Damage: 10
  • Armor: 4
  • Movement Speed: 8
  • Attack speed: 2
  • Regeneration: 2


  • Hit Points: 80
  • Ranged Damage: 18
  • Movement Speed: 5
  • Evasion: 2


  • Hit Points: 120
  • Melee Damage: 14
  • Armor: 4
  • Movement Speed: 12
  • Attack speed: 6
  • Accuracy: 2

Primary Attributes[]

Each class has a primary attribute that cannot be lower than any other main attribute. Upon leveling up, a caveman gains one point in their primary attribute and one point that can be distributed freely by the player. The primary attributes for each class are:

  • Warrior: Muscles
  • Assassin: Moves
  • Ranger: Brains


All cavemen have a standard/global ability tree, on which they can unlock standard/global abilities from a pool. Each class has a unique ability tree and pool, that is used along with the caveman's standard ones.

Class Aura Effects[]

Each class has a class aura effect that can be triggered when a caveman's health drops to a certain level. There are three attempts to trigger the aura during a battle, triggered at 70%, 50%, and 30% health levels. If successful, the aura remains active for the rest of the battle, but cannot be reactivated or stacked. The aura effects differ between classes. If a caveman heals or gains health in any way, an aura attempt cannot be made again if it has already failed on a level.