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Subclasses are a secondary role that Adventurers can choose to go along with their classes. There are over 90 different subclasses available to choose from; most subclasses are divided among Production and Role-Playing, although there are also Titles and, after the Catastrophe, Player-Made sub-occupations. Some subclasses are also Lander-only.

All unconfirmed/fan-created information is in italics.

Changing SubclassesEdit

Most subclasses can be changed simply by taking a quest from an NPC. However, some of the quests for changing to a certain subclass require rare items or a specific task to be accomplished. Furthermore, when changing sub-occupations, whatever progress you made is erased, and you start your new sub-occupation at level 1. There are some exceptions to this rule, though.

List of SubclassesEdit

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ProductionEdit

Name Description
Artisan
Alchemist Alchemists can create things such as potions and poisons. Most of the products of this subclass are battle orientated, and provide either debuffs (e.g. such as the weakening of armour), damage over time (e.g. poisons), and minor buffs to themselves (e.g. as a speed boost). Although their creations aren't normally of the healing nature, they are capable of creating minor healing items (but they generally lack potency).
Higher level Alchemists are also able to do the fabled power of alchemy: converting materials into more valuable materials, or vice versa; this is known as transmutation. Transmutation requires the creation of several pre-made potions and raw materials, which allow the material to gain the properties of the target. If no potions are used, then the chances of the transmutation to have anything near the properties of the target is borderline impossible.
Blacksmith A relatively popular subclass choice, a Blacksmith can create medium to heavy armor and various other equipment (although not with the skill that more specified subclasses do). The created equipment's stats are based off three skills: the materials used, the subclass level, and (after the discovery of Overskills) the amount of skill it is created with. These products' stats are affected by an even spread of the three variables, but some people have varying views on if one is the superior variable.

Blacksmiths are also able to repair weapons and armor. The repairing of an item is firstly based off the materials which are planned to be used in the repairing (meaning that a Production class item will require Production class materials to be repaired) and skill of the repairer (meaning that a Blacksmith with a Subclass level of 24 won't be able to repair a Phantasmal class item, no matter what materials they have). Also, there is a small chance that once and item is repaired it will be upgraded, although the upgrade is minor and is generally a pleasant surprise rather than a shock.

Brewer A class that grew in admiration after the Catastrophe, the Brewer subclass allows for the production of alcoholic beverages. The drinks have very little use in conventional healing (besides providing a minor soothing effect), but are invaluable in the creation of potions (and getting people drunk). If alcohol is created manually, then the products both taste real, but also have a somewhat greater alcoholic effect (when compared to the normal alcohol).
Chef The Chef subclass allows the player to create food to either use or sell to Lander merchants, who then sell it to other Adventurers, by picking and combining ingredients via the menu. After doing so, the desired food item will appear, looking identical to its real-life counterpart. However, it only has the taste of what people describe as "wet crackers" or "mush", which has proven to be incredibly discouraging to players.

To create food with actual taste, the player must prepare and cook the ingredients themselves without relying on the menu command system. However, players without the Chef subclass cannot handle ingredients, turning into a strange purple or gray goo every time they try to cook it. Only a Chef can cook ingredients in Elder Tale, making Chefs popular players.

Counterfeiter
Fuller
Glassblower
Mason
Machinist/Mechanic
Musical Instrument Craftsman/Luthier
Pharmacist
Potter
Scribe The Scribe subclass has the ability to record information on paper in great detail, creating and copying items ranging from maps, documents, drawings, skill guides all the way up to magic tomes.

Scribes are also capable of creating contracts, like making a Lander become an Adventurer. However, the power of the contract is directly tied to the rarity of the materials used in making the contract; as such, the contract Shiroe used on Rudy was created with event-only Phantasmal-class items.

Swordsmith
Tailor
Weapon Craftsman
Woodcrafter

Role-PlayingEdit

Some examples of role-playing sub-occupations include Accountant, NEET, Vampanella (Vampire), Mercenary, Hero, Carpenter, Chindon'ya, Swordsmith, Magic Scholar, Food Fighter, and Tailor.

There are many more that will be added later. Role-playing sub-occupations range from providing useful skills to their users to being complete jokes meant only for enjoyment.

Accountant
  • Keep track of money! It's exactly what you expect in a fantasy MMORPG!
Apprentice
Arcanist/Magic Scholar
Armorer
Arrowsmith/Fletcher
Artificer/Magic Device Craftsman
Astrologer
Avenger
  • Allows you to select a person on your Friends List and, whenever that person is injured, counterattack for them.
Beautician
Believer
Berserker
Body Builder
  • Unleash your inner ~MAN~! Or possibly ~WOMAN~!
Bombardier
Border Patrol/Frontier Guard
Butler
Cannoneer
Carpenter
Cartographer
Chindon'ya
  • A complete joke subclass that does absolutely nothing for its user. K.R. only has this subclass because of a punishment game.
Clown
Coachman
Collector
Commander
  • Buffs allies, but not yourself.
Courtesan
  • A subclass created completely on a whim.
Croupier (European Servers)/Dealer (North American Server)
Courier/Deliverer
Crusher
  • Demolishes buildings and destroys forests.
Curseblade
Dentist
  • For all of you who always dreamed of being a doctor in real life, but weren't quite good enough.
Devotee/Prayer Hand
Diva/Songstress
  • You get to make music! Good luck with that.
Dragon Trainer
  • Very difficult subclass to get. Allows the user to have a NPC dragon pet even without being a Summoner. It is mainly limited to high-level players.
Dragon Warrior
  • Gives dragon characteristics. Can be obtained through a subclass-changing quest.
Duelist
  • Increases power during a one-on-one PVP, but also prevents the user from using Poison or other cheap tricks in a fight.
Engineer
Executioner
Exorcist
  • A type of Slayer class usually held by the Healing-class rear guard of a party, especially Kannagi. Targets Undead and Demonic monsters.
Explorer/Pathfinder
Farmer
Feudal Lord
Fisherman/Ama (Japanese fisherwoman)
Florist
Followers of the Sun God
  • PRAISE THE SUN! Jolly cooperation~!
  • Effective against Undeads. Its flashiness has made it popular. Many people with this subclass show their status as a "believer" with intense emotion.
  • You gain a number of Light attacks and skills at the cost of decreased stealth. Light-based skills are boosted by the sun’s power, and you gain resistance to abnormal statuses from Undead monsters. However, for actually exterminating Undeads, an Undead Hunter would be better for the job.
Food Fighter
  • You have to eat 100 pieces of sushi to unlock this. After the Catastrophe, it allows the user to taste menu-crafted food as though it has normal taste. Anyone who is fed by a person with this subclass will also taste food as it normally does. It would probably be useful for losing weight, since handmade food causes weight gain.
  • Those with this subclass were able to taste flavor in the normally-bland food. Although this advantage has waned with the discovery of Real Food Preparation, they still have a small bonus in the fact that menu-created food, unlike "real food," will not cause weight gain.
Forager/Harvester
Fortune Teller
Fugitive
Gambler
Gemsmith
Gladiator
  • Increases power during PVP.
Grave Robber
  • Usually held by enemy NPCs.
Guider
Herbalist
Holy Warrior
  • Trades some Warrior skills for Healing skills.
Housekeeper
Housewife/Househusband
Hunter
Idol
Insectivorous Plant
  • Gain plant-like attributes such as “skin as hard as bark”. Also, in areas with moisture and sunlight, you can recover HP and MP faster. Boosts resistance to sunlight, poisons, and diseases. Makes you susceptible to Fire attacks, though. At higher levels, you can secrete a sweet nectar that attracts Monsters and animals.
Jeweler
Kabuki
  • A Japanese original subclass which allows the user to wear bright and attention grabbing clothes and attention drawing actions. The point of this class is to draw hate, but it is inferior when compared to the Warrior Classes.
Kagemusha/Body Double
  • Allows you to serve as someone's body double. However, in order to prevent abuse, the user is required to get the permission of the person being body doubled.
Knight
Landlord/Landlady
  • Apparently, it is not tied to gender, as Dolce is a Landlady despite being male.
Landscaper
Leather Worker
Little Child
Maid
Manslayer/Hitman
Maou/Demon Lord
Mercenary
Miner
Musician
Mystic Rogue/Magic Thief
Necromancer
NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training)
Negotiator
Noble
Nomad
Novelist
Nudist
  • Show everyone how much superior your virtual body is! Also debuffs everyone that sees you, whether they be ally or enemy.
Outlaw
Painter
Pilgrim
Pirate
  • Probably similar to the class.
Poison User
Prospector
Repairer
Rogue
Ronin
Rune Knight
Rune Master
Sailor
Scholar
Scout
Secretary
Sigilmancer/Sigil Shaman
Spy
Storyteller
Sukisha/Person of Taste/Tea Master
Survivor
Swindler
Sword Maker
  • Unlike the Swordsmith subclass, this one really doesn't do anything. It's completely for roleplaying.
Tactician/Strategist
Talismancer
Tamer/Animal Trainer
Tracker
  • Allows the user to follow others without detection.
Trapper
Traveler of the Seven Lands
Undead Hunter
Vampanella
  • Makes users powerful during the night, but weakens them during the day.
Vendor
Viking
Wanderer
Wand Fighter
Wand Master
Warlock
  • Very difficult subclass to get. It increases the user base magical damage and magical defense.
War Priest
  • Trades some Healing skills for Warrior skills.
Wuxia/Bukyo

TitlesEdit

Sword Saint
  • Increases agility, among other things.
Dragon Slayer
Magical Girl

Player-MadeEdit

  • Adventurer

Lander-onlyEdit

  • Rose Garden Princess

Fan-Made Edit

DragonKin
  • Used by Aria.
  • The DragonKin subclass is an advanced version of the Dragon Warrior subclass, granting even more draconic traits and abilities.
  • It also grants the user the Dragon race (alongside their normal race); however, it costs quadruple the EXP to level it up. Furthermore, they become susceptible to anti-dragon weapons, and players with the Dragon Slayer subclass gain a particular advantage against DragonKins.

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