I didn't have enough time to look at them. I saw medic and sharpshooter and chose the latter.
Finally completed every single challenge; the Sacred Scroll relic is now mine w00t. Finished the job on a high note too, as I completed the final challenge (Animus Shield one) while wreckin' a bunch'a high-level prestigers with (****-all help from) my team of nubs.
Also made a particular clanner I regularly encounter ragequit twice in the process... s/he was the only great player in said clan and thus the only one in it with my respect, which has now waned slightly. =(
Spent several hours in playing 7 Days to Die. Built myself a log cabin but ran out of food, so I went off at night to find some. Found a deer and got some meat from it. Upon returning home, I was assaulted by a plethora of undead, moreso than what's typically expected. I turns out they can smell food from afar. It was they torn down my house just to get at it. Definitely gonna stick to low-smelling foods. Stealth system is pretty nifty for being in alpha. I also tried mining, but forgot the recipe for making ladders. Would've been useful for reducing aggro.
Looks like Hardcore Wolfpack actually is efficient at credit-grinding, Contrary t' what I figured; but only if ya get fantastic times consistently. If I could replicate that 16 minute run repeatedly, I'd be golden. But it's of no concern regardless, Difficult difficulty got boring once I could manage great times when simultaneously half asleep and multi-tasking. 'Least Hardcore keeps things a bit moar interesting.
Also started playin' Pokemon Conquest, as I've always been a two-games-at-once sort'a gamer if I ain't playin' somethin' great enough to wholly keep both my attention and enthusiasm. It starts off slow with much hand-holding, as I would expect of a SRPG aimed at youngsters. Ah well, I reckon it'l pick up soon, perhaps even show some difficulty if I refrain from unnecessary leveling 'n such.
Possibly 'bout to enter Conquest's post-game. It does indeed pick up a bit in difficulty, but not enough to make me love it like I do Fire Emblem (perhaps post-game gets a lot harder, I'd hope so). It's fun 'n fresh though, so I'm at least enjoyin' it. Reckon I'll have t' check out the proper Nobunaga's Ambition games at some not-so-near point in the future.