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Bravely Second Gets 2 New Jobs, Trailer and TV Spot
That's 25 jobs, but let's face it, we are all just going to play Pastry Chef.
04.10.15 - 3:21 AM

In this week's issue of Jump magazine, the next two jobs for Bravely Second: End Layer have been announced, bringing the total number of jobs up to 25.

The first of the new jobs is Fencer, who will have the ability to increase the defense and attack speed of their party members. Their main feature will be able to use the "Stance" ability that features a set of fencing skills to help dispatch enemies.

The second of the two jobs is Bishop. Bishops are powerful healers who use holy magic to heal and revive allies. The class can also use its abilities to enhance the magic power of the party, so they are not to shabby in the support department.

If that wasn't enough, Square Enix has also released a new trailer featuring the other 23 jobs in the game and 2 new Japanese TV spots. In the trailer below it introduces the jobs in this order: no job, White Mage, Black Mage, Knight, Tomahawk, Wizard, Monk, Thief, Shopkeeper, Time Mage, Exorcist, Chariot, Hunter, Valkyrie, Summoner, Red Mage, Guardian, Cat User, Pirate, Super Star, Ninja, Sword Master, Astrologist, and Pastry Chef. You can check out all the videos below.

Bravely Second: End Layer comes out in Japan on April 23rd on the Nintendo 3DS. A western release date has not been announced yet.


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