The Classic Pros return from Monday Night Combat to join a roster of new Pros in Super Monday Night Combat. All veteran classes in Super MNC have a special 'Veteran' uniform for sale, comprised of gold-plated armor sections.
Like the new pros, the Veterans are divided up into different archetypes based on the role they best serve and the abilities at their disposal.
Commandos are the 'specialists' of MNC. Having complex skills, high base speed and low health, Commandos are arguably the hardest type of Pro to learn, but also the most rewarding. They harass, ambush and finish off enemy Pros, slow them down with De-Buffs, and generally just make the game more difficult for the enemy team.
Strikers are 'Jack-of-All-Trades' Pros, combining medium health, burst damage, and high mobility to get around the arena quickly. As such, Striker pros tend to have low-to-moderate difficulty ratings, making them popular both with players new to Monday Night Combat, and veterans looking to learn how the rules have changed.
Enforcers are the offensive brutes of the team, having high health, high short-range damage, but low speed. They generally act as the escorts for the Bot offensive, moving with them to cut down enemy Bots and Pros.
If Commandos make the game harder for the enemy, then Defenders make it easier for their teammates. Designed to heal or buff teammates as well as lock down areas, Defenders are one of the most important members of a team's composition.
Sharpshooters, as their name implies, rely primarily on player accuracy and high burst damage to support their team from a distance. With much of their usefulness resting on the skill of the player, the Sharpshooters tend to be the most unforgiving of a player's mistakes.