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I don't think we have to make a first-through 'easy' game, if we save often, at many strategical times and locations.
There are many strategical decisions to make in MM7 (mainly, WHEN to make a quest, and then were to go in priority to make it in time), and I don't think that we can understand and remember all well them if we don't read some parts of a walktrough.
However you are right that it is not easy to find out our prefered party in the 1st game, so I think the game must be cancelled and redone as soon as we appear to prefer other classes.
A gamer should know that an all-knight party will not be the easiest, above all for a 1st play, so the default party is (was?) for the newbs in gaming (16 years ago, the pc games were still not a mainstream hoby). Your advice is good for them, but I don't think that is very relevant for a nowadays gamer.
Post edited February 11, 2015 by ERISS
"Your advice is good for them, but I don't think that is very relevant for a nowadays gamer."

I have to bow to your comment here, this is definitely true, and I didn't even think about this until you mentioned it. I saw things from my prospective, which hasn't changed much since the 90s, e.g. I just installed MM3 (brand new for me :) ) yesterday, and I'll play it without any walkthrough's - of course I'll see into stuff after finishing it and hopefully give it another try.

" so I think the game must be cancelled and redone as soon as we appear to prefer other classes. "

The perfect idea for anyone. Exactly the same as I did many times. You can get the best experience out of this game when finally you manage to run your party your favoured way.