Forums Kemco Games Exe Create Dragon Lapis What do you think of Growth Plate and Job Classes?

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  • #25421

    Zherk01
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    Me? I love it. It gives a nice depth on the game and something that keeps me interested on the game even more so than the story. I love that my Wiz(Elodia) is the second to attack because of high Agi after my robber(Melvin) do an obligatory steal as it keeps me in control of the combat.

    I really hope Exe-Create keeps this on future games and continue to improve and add more variety of jobs as this alone can boost play time and can be a foundation for interesting post-game content.

    Favorites: Blood of Calamity | Chronus Arc | Band of Monster | Machine Knight | Djinm Caster | Unlucky Hero | Fernz Gate | Dragon Lapis

    Disliked: Asdivine Dios | Fairy Elements

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    #25426

    MSG Commander
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    Me? I love it. It gives a nice depth on the game and something that keeps me interested on the game even more so than the story. I love that my Wiz(Elodia) is the second to attack because of high Agi after my robber(Melvin) do an obligatory steal as it keeps me in control of the combat.

    I really hope Exe-Create keeps this on future games and continue to improve and add more variety of jobs as this alone can boost play time and can be a foundation for interesting post-game content.

    I like the growth plates overall; my only gripe is that you can only master 1-2 classes per character over the course of the entire game… although, now that I say that “out loud,” so to speak, it sounds kind of ridiculous… but I want EVERY character to learn EVERY class hahaha (but it’s probably not meant to be that easy, on purpose… it’s just me wanting everything the way I want it… so I guess it’s probably not even an issue and not really worth complaining about, so yeah….)

    The growth plates are pretty cool.

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    #25429

    Zherk01
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    The pain of people who have the completionist syndrome lol. Me on the ther hand prefers weird combination like fast wiz, nuker tank and hard hitting priest so this is right in my alley.

    Favorites: Blood of Calamity | Chronus Arc | Band of Monster | Machine Knight | Djinm Caster | Unlucky Hero | Fernz Gate | Dragon Lapis

    Disliked: Asdivine Dios | Fairy Elements

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    #25898

    Mastertrek
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    It reminds me of Final Fantasy X but here it’s way more ways to build each character (endgame will most likely be about Stat maxing). That’s my first time playing and 3 hours in. Will send images tomorrow (don’t know how to do screenshot on my phone)

    I love and hate The infamous Heartless Angel at the same time 🙂

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    #26062

    Mastertrek
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    After 8 hours in I find it even better than I suspected. I don’t rush with the story much but I want to enjoy the game for as much time as I can.

    I love and hate The infamous Heartless Angel at the same time 🙂

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    #26120

    Respwner
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    I like the growth plates in general, but it annoys me that they cap out so easily, feel like i have to throw halv of them away all the time. Identical ones should stack…

    #26125

    Mastertrek
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    Yeah.. A couple of same plates can max out a job or ability (but that’s how the game was made so I can get over it).

    I love and hate The infamous Heartless Angel at the same time 🙂

    #26142

    inkwarrior
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    I’m more peeved that I can’t sort or organize the growth plates in any way. Makes it a real pain to find specific ones that I want to delete post-haste (if I don’t do so the moment I grab it).

    EDIT: Well, f me, I never saw the sorting buttons on the top left when choosing plates. Oops!

    The prospect of multiclassing is real, although I find it easiest and cheapest point-wise to just focus and master a single tier. Easier on the wallet too, so you don’t have to keep buying multiples of different classes of equipment should you want/need to change jobs a lot to adapt to certain situations.

    At the moment, I’m sticking Lucas to the Hero class (using Sword Arts plates to learn additional attacks) once I’m sick of Warrior, Iria to Dragonite (with Martial Arts plates for manifer skills) once I no longer need healing support from Priest tier, Melvin to Thief (using Dagger Art plates for actual offense), and Elodia to Mage (with some Staff Arts, although I’m finding many of the attacks from those plates to be redundant with Mage tier spells). This makes it so everyone has a unique weapon and I don’t have to memorize how many multiples of specific weapons to buy. Iria and Melvin still share armor types though (mails).

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    #26145

    Mastertrek
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    🙂

    I love and hate The infamous Heartless Angel at the same time 🙂

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