Sega recently showed off some of 7t Dragon III Code: VFD’s classes with the Agent, Duelist, Samurai, and God hand. The latest update by Gamer shows us more, with the Rune Knight, Fortuner, Mage, and Punisher.
Rune Knights are magic swordsmen that can use small knives that goes with elemental and different effect-based attacks. Not only can they heal themselves, they have skills that can heal the entire party or protect allies from enemy attacks. They’re truly the masters of defense.
“Knight’s Pride” automatically activates when a Rune Knight’s health goes to 0. It does a physical non-elemental attack to an enemy, and the damage is determined by how much damage they took prior to getting knocked out.
“Brave Sword” does massive close-ranged magic damage to all enemies. This will make the user’s health go to half, and the more health that gets depleted from this skill, the more damage it will do as a result.
Fortuners are the fortunetellers of the battlefield. They specialize in putting enemies in abnormal states, with skills that can do even more damage against enemies that are under a status ailment. However, their health and defense is a bit on the lower side.
“Poem of Wind and Tree” uses mana to regenerate each turn for all party members.
“Sacrifice” consumes a massive amount of MP in order to launch a powerful magic attack that hits all enemies. This attack is so powerful, the user will withdraw from the after after landing the hit.
Mages are the specialists of magic. They can use magic attacks of various attributes, and can even support the party with healing magic. Their low defense stat is their weakness.
“Volcano” does long-ranged fire magic damage to all enemies. It also gives them a “burn” affect.
“Mana Bullet” is a long-ranged magic attack that deals big damage to all enemies.
The Vanishers use a hybrid weapon called “Armored Spear,” which is a mix between a giant spear and mortar. They boast the best physical damage of all classes and have the most amount of health. Their powerful attacks require “Explosives” to use, but you’ll need to supplement it if you use too much, so you’ll want to be careful with that.
“Assault Spear” selects a group of enemies and launches a powerful close-ranged attack. It requires mana and Explosives to use.
“Dragon Buster” does long-ranged fire attribute damage to all enemies from a mortar shot. It does extra damage against dragons, and it also consumes mana and Explosives.
7th Dragon III Code: VFD will release in Japan on October 15, 2015 for Nintendo 3DS.