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Infographic: Here’s A Look At The Job Classes In Final Fantasy Explorers

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The Dragoon, Black Mage, Monk and Ninja job classes are just some of the 21 different jobs SQUARE ENIX offers for adventurers to learn and master in FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS to defeat the realm’s mightiest monsters. This upcoming action-RPG allows adventurers to fly solo or band together with up to three friends to gather the crystals scattered throughout the world.

The jobs system has evolved over the years into a beloved part of the FINAL FANTASY series, and is an integral part of this game. Each of the 21 jobs possess their own unique abilities and skillsets, allowing players a tactical edge when switching, combining and leveling between jobs, and creating endless amounts of character customization for all skill levels. Additionally, the North American release will include the specialized Blue Mage and Samurai jobs, which were previously only available as DLC in Japan.

Story:
The world is on the brink of war over its reserves of crystals, the planet’s chief source of power. Players must band together to form an elite squad of Explorers on an island rich in crystals, braving hordes of monsters in hopes of conquering a newly discovered Grand Crystal – every Explorer’s dream.

Source: PR

19 comments

  1. Not a fan of some designs (wtf is wrong with that blue mage?), but it’s nice to see the good old FF jobs getting some love. Might as well get this since FF Tactics is dead.

    1. “Each of the 21 jobs possess their own unique abilities and skillsets, allowing players a tactical edge when switching, combining and leveling between jobs, and creating endless amounts of character customization for all skill levels”

      Sounds like it.

      1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of a great PS4 & a great 3DS! Oh & I guess the Wii U is good, too!*~ says:

        Sweet! So like Bravely Default, I’m not stuck to one class for the majority of the game!

          1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of a great PS4 & a great 3DS! Oh & I guess the Wii U is good, too!*~ says:

            So you’re pretty much saying Bravely Default’s class system was inspired by another game from SE.

            1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of a great PS4 & a great 3DS! Oh & I guess the Wii U is good, too!*~ says:

              Or maybe another game did it before those two did.

            2. I don’t follow. Isn’t BD’s class system just a revamped version of FFV’s job system? What does that have to do with my post? I was referring to the MMO aspect of the games.

              1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of a great PS4 & a great 3DS! Oh & I guess the Wii U is good, too!*~ says:

                I thought we were talking about the job/class system… ._.

                1. I see the misunderstanding now. I was talking about the similarities between FFExplorers and FFXIV (botj have MMO elements), not between Bravely Default and FFXIV.

                  Although, yes, BD’s class system was totally inspired by FFV (and I and III before it) job system. It’s very similar to the one SE used in FF The Four Heroes of Light (a godsend for longtime fans).

  2. nice, reminds me of FF tatics and tatics A2, I just played them and ff 12 of the franchise, I really loved the jobs and the spells names, hehe.

  3. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of a great PS4 & a great 3DS! Oh & I guess the Wii U is good, too!*~ says:

    Holy shit! I lost interest in this game but now it’s been renewed after seeing all of the classes I can have my character be like a Dragoon or a Samurai! AND I can switch between classes at any time I want just like in Bravely Default! @.@ HURRY UP & GIVE ME WHAT I WANT, SQUEENIX!!! D:< LOL

  4. this game seems really similar to final fantasy tactics. Sometimes I really want square-enix to give up Final fantasy in their title. just a shame this is not a home console game

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