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New Classes Revealed For Conception II
Your kids failed their last class? Don't worry, there's more!
02.23.14 - 12:01 AM

A few days ago, we brought you news on some of upcoming 3DS and Vita RPG Conception II's character classes. Today, we have new classes to present, though since there will be 30 in total, we haven't seen them all yet! Check out the new ones revealed below:

Archer: Solid ranged attackers than can add debuffs and other effects when they deal damage.

Archer

Blacksmith: Capable of breaking through an enemy's defence or lowering their power.

Blacksmith

Bondsman: Mixed attackers that use "Bond Points" instead of mana to perform magic attacks. A late-game class that will require a strong relationship with their mother to use.

Bondsman

Diva: Can buff allies or even revive them. Requires a rare item to use.

Diva

Gun Saint: Reportedly, a paladin with a gun. Awesome. Capable of piercing an enemy's defence.

Gun Saint

Lancer: Can build the Chain gauge faster to immobilise enemies. Also deal high damage.

Lancer

Merchant: Can set up shops, even in the middle of a dungeon where you can buy and sell items. Handy.

Merchant

Ranger: Diverse units who are capable of high damage, solid defence, and can even heal. Good all-rounders.

Ranger

Conception II: Children of the Seven Stars will be released in North America on April 15th and in Europe as download-only sometime later this year.


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