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Fire Emblem: Awakening - class details

- once a unit reaches level 10, he or she can use a Master Seal to upgrade to the next class
- some units can be promoted to one of two different classes
- the Myrmidon can become either an Assassin or a Sword Master
- you can compare your prospective stat changes and what skills you’ll learn on the bottom screen
- Second Seals allow your unit to change class once they’ve reached at least level 10
- the new class will start at level 1
- any unit can use this
- which class they can change to is limited
- Cavalries can hop into Archer or Myrmidon classes
- the Lord can hop into a Cavalier or an Archer
- use the Second Seal on your Advanced Class unit to “promote” them to their previous class at level 1
- each unit learns two skills as they level up
- turning your unit into a Thief will automatically grant him or her the Locksmith skill
- this allows them to open any door or chest without a key
- if you decide you’d like your original unit back, you can transform the unit back and still keep the Locksmith skill
- every time you switch, you will always have the opportunity to level up
- if you hit the maximum level of 20, use a Seal and jump class
- if you maximized your Advanced Class unit, you can use the Seal to jump back to level 1 of your current class while keeping your stats intact.
- every unit does have their own natural stats

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03 Feb 2013 00:49

Adding to this, there are certain skills you learn at level 15, so don't be too hasty in using those seals.
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03 Feb 2013 12:41

Basically Robin/Avatar is the overpowered unit, cause he can the biggest variety of skills, right?
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03 Feb 2013 13:42

There are some errors with these details, or just things that I don't think are clarified well.

- the Myrmidon can become either an Assassin or a Sword Master
- Cavalries can hop into Archer or Myrmidon classes
- the Lord can hop into a Cavalier or an Archer


What classes a unit can reclass to is not dependent on their original class, it's different for each individual character. Sully and Stahl are both Cavaliers but Sully has access to Myrmidon or Wyvern Rider while it's Stahl who can be Archer or Myrmidon.

- each unit learns two skills as they level up

Maybe it's just because how this is worded but this is sort of untrue. In a single new class, a unit learns two skills as they level up, yes, but since everyone has access to multiple classes, they definitely have access to much more than just two. If you never reclass anyone by the time you beat the game, everyone will have no more than four skills.

- turning your unit into a Thief will automatically grant him or her the Locksmith skill
- if you decide you’d like your original unit back, you can transform the unit back and still keep the Locksmith skill


It's called Locktouch, not Locksmith.

- if you hit the maximum level of 20, use a Seal and jump class

20 is the max for most of them, but in the cases of classes like Dancer or Villager, the cap is 30. Being at 20 at an advanced class requires the Second Seal.

- if you maximized your Advanced Class unit, you can use the Seal to jump back to level 1 of your current class while keeping your stats intact.
- every unit does have their own natural stats


As said before, you'd need to use the Second Seal in this case. Master Seals would be useless. Something worth mentioning is that reclassing often entails loss of stats for specific reasons, but this is completely normal and the article says why this can be the case.

King_Dodongo wrote:Basically Robin/Avatar is the overpowered unit, cause he can the biggest variety of skills, right?

They have the most versatility, yeah. Keep in mind that only five can be active at a time.
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03 Feb 2013 14:11

Everyone knows I'm just gonna make an army of Generals right?
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03 Feb 2013 15:53

Tendonin wrote:Adding to this, there are certain skills you learn at level 15, so don't be too hasty in using those seals.

Want to be at your best anyway. It's the main reason I sell my Rare Candies in Pokemon now.

EDIT:
Leon2457 wrote:Everyone knows I'm just gonna make an army of Generals right?

You: CHARGE!!
*clank*... *clank* ... *clank* ... *clank* etc ;)
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04 Feb 2013 00:23

@YoshiRider123

Thnx, 5 abilities at a time is an improvement over the maximum of 2 (I think)that PoR had.

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