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Bravely Second’s New Fencer And Bishop Jobs Sound Powerful

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    Bravely Second is just a few more days from release in Japan, and Square Enix have a couple more surprises to share, including a closer look at the two newest jobs and a peek at a new village that has an Eastern look to it. 4Gamer shares a look at the latest.

     

    Fencer:

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    Fencers are damage dealers that use “Stances” to perform various abilities with their swords.

     

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    “Bison Horn” is a Stance that increases defense, while the “Falcon Claw” stance increases speed and allows them to do four consecutive attacks.

     

    Bishop:

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    Bishops are one of the new jobs, and they use “Holy Magic” as part of their role as a healer.

     

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    “Heal” is the Bishop’s standard Cure-like ability, and they also have new magic with different effects like the “Divine Night” which turns damage into HP recovery during Defaults.

     

    They also have the job trait called “Reiteration” that increases the spells potency whenever you use it twice.

     

    Here’s a look at some of the other returning jobs from Bravely Default, along with their Asterisk Holders:

     

    Templar:

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    Dark Knight:

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    Ninja:

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    Next, 4Gamer shares a look at a few other newer parts of Bravely Second.

     

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    The above images show a new boat, which will allow you to travel on shallow waters of the sea. They say that there will be other useful vehicles or means of transportations besides this one, too.

     

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    The Hot-Spring Village Yunohana is a new town located in the northeast of the Eisen Region. They say that it inherits the culture style of an “Eastern Country” that abruptly vanished several hundred years ago.

     

    Bravely Second will release in Japan on April 23, 2015 for Nintendo 3DS.

    Sato
    Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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