Class Change Mechanics [Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia]

This article is all about the mechanics for swapping Job Classes and as to when you should. We'll update this when we find more tips.

Job Class

In Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia, you get to play around with different classes. But it’s not just that. You can also do a job class change which allows you a little versatility on the battlefield. It’s an ongoing trend nowadays that you can earn several job classes and master their skills. Each job class has a certain specialty that allows them to aid their team to victory. Each job class has a different purpose. Some job classes focus on damage, others on defense, and the others focus on buffs and healing.

*Currently the article is incomplete and most of these are rough translations. We will update it when the game comes out.

Job Class Change Mechanics

When changing into a different job class, most people would do it when they’ve completely maxed out the first job class. However, in Fire Emblem Echoes, it doesn’t work that way. Sometimes, it takes a whole lot longer if you focus purely on maxing out the first job class. One tip is that, once you can go through a job class change, do so already. That way, you can easily earn the other abilities that may serve you better than your prior set-up.

Pros and Cons of Class Change

Before you do swap, take note of the stats. Because you decided to level up, the over-all stats may decrease. This sometimes may compromise the amount of damage you’re dealing. This also may cause you problems in the long run. Because some battles may require a specific strategy, choose your roles carefully. In doing so, not only do you have a great time playing but you’ll also learn as to what battle style is best fit for you.

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