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Samurai Rising Shows Off Its Red Mage, Monk, Hunter, Onmyoji And Other Jobs

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    Samurai Rising is Square Enix’s upcoming smartphone action RPG previously showed off some of its classes and they’ve updated the official website with a look at the rest of the jobs.

     

    Monk:

    Weapon: Gauntlets

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    With exceptionally high HP and attack, Monks are able to bust out with a barrage of attacks while closing in on enemies as a powerful close-ranged fighter.

     

    Hunter

    Weapon: Bow

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    By rapidly shooting arrows towards enemies, Hunters can keep fighting without letting enemies get near. They fight from safe positions to attack enemies from long range.

     

    Thief

    Weapon: Dagger

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    Thieves don’t have much attack power for a melee fighter but they make up for it in speed. They specialize in lowering enemy statuses in battle.

     

    Red Mage

    Weapon: One-handed Sword, Staff

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    From attacks to heals, physical to magic—Red Mages are a jack of all trades that can enhance party members while weakening enemies.

     

    Samurai

    Weapon: One-handed Sword, Two-handed Sword

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    With high HP and physical defense, the Samurai are able to go into battle even while surrounded by enemies. They make for excellent short-ranged fighters.

     

    Onmyoji

    Weapon: One-handed Sword, Dagger

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    The Onmyoji is a unique class that has the ability to match an enemy’s affinity and add magic to its weapon.

     

    Artisan

    Weapon: Hammer

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    Artisans have slow attacks but make up for it with their destructive single-blow attacks. They’re close-ranged fighters with the ability to close in on the gap between themselves and the enemies.

     

    Samurai Rising will release in Japan in spring 2016 for Android and iOS. It’s a free-to-play game with micro-transactions.

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




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