That’s right, Bravely Default: Flying Fairy lets players call in people from their friend list or a Streetpass stranger into a battle. While you can’t call in a Mii, Bravely Default will load up Takahashi’s Agnes, for example. Summoned allies automatically use one command like striking enemies with fight or healing the group with Cura. The more you summon a friend the stronger they get.
The fourth party member Lingabel is 18 years old and like the big brother of the group. He’s a worldly dude and a bit of a womanizer. Lingabel also carries the Handbook of D, a mysterious book that has prophecies (and job information) written in it.
There’s another group of enemies chasing after the Bravely Default heroes. Matamatto Boritori Troupe has Malme (Time Mage), Jackal (Thief), Ikuma (Magic Swordsman), and Nikosguy (Merchant).
So far, all of the key enemies share the same jobs the Bravely Default: Flying Fairy heroes can use. That means Time Mage, Merchant, and Thief are probably other classes in the game. Well, Thief and Merchant are confirmed for sure. Screenshow Tiz dressed in outfits for both jobs.
Merchant (left), Thief (right)