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cornpirde35 06-07-2011 04:32 PM

the class system
 
I was wondering if someone could explain the class system for eden erternal its somewhat confusing since some of the 6X classes need 2 classes

mikecxz 06-07-2011 04:40 PM

basically, you start off with warrior and mage. as you level up your character and get the required (insert job here) levels you earn new ones your able to use. all jobs start at level one. no exceptions so if you deside to leveling another job you got a bit of a grind ahead of you. Also, there are 2 kinds of skills, ones you get when you level up - they are NOT the same for any one job however you can level them right at the start to help level the class, the limits for these kinds of skills is the same as your BASE level. the next kind of skill is the ones you get when you level your job, same thing with the other type, cap is your current JOB level for that job. now onto certificates or whatever they're called, you seem to get them every 10 JOB levels for any job. they're passives that you can use with any and all jobs, but you can only have a limited number of them on at the same time.

sorry for wall o' text

BoredomKillz 06-07-2011 04:44 PM

if youve ever played final fantasy tactics its pretty much like that. you can freely change between the classes that you have unlocked (as long as youre not in battle)

there are two exp bars, one for your class and one for your character. character level stays constant no matter what class you are. class level gains exp when you kill monsters as that specific class

so for warlock, you would level up a magician to class level 50 then switch your class to shaman and level that to 50 as well. then when you get your character level to 55 you can unlock warlock and play as that class

EDIT: got ninja'd =(

cornpirde35 06-07-2011 05:04 PM

kk ty for the help


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