Dragon’s Dogma 2: All Vocations and Classes Guide

Dragon’s Dogma 2: All Vocations Classes

Choosing a vocation is a key decision in Dragon’s Dogma 2 and one that you should take really seriously since it will determine the entire game’s gameplay on it. Dragon’s Dogma 2 offers 10 different career paths to pick from. In this Dragon’s Dogma 2 guide below, you will find a rundown of all the available vocations and classes, what each career focuses on, the total number of careers available, what exactly careers are, and whether you can switch between them or not.

What Are Vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2?

In Dragon’s Dogma, vocations are like job options that fit different ways of playing the game. Each vocation usually lets you use only one type of weapon. But there’s a new vocation called Warfarer that can use lots of different weapon types.

All Vocations in Dragon’s Dogma 2

There are three main types of vocations and each of them offers further specializations for you to choose in the game. These include:

Starter Vocations

At the start of the game, players get to pick from four beginner roles: Fighter, Archer, Thief, and Mage. Each role comes with its own set of basic skills and uses different weapons and fighting techniques, so they’re all different from one another. You should choose the role that matches how you like to play the game the most. But don’t stress too much about it because you can switch roles later on if you want to.

Advanced Vocations

Jobs like the Warrior and Sorcerer need more difficult skills compared to beginner jobs. The Warrior is a harder version of the Fighter, and the Sorcerer is for magic users. In this game, there aren’t advanced versions of jobs like the Thief and Archer, unlike in the first game which had a Ranger. However, the Rangers are not in the second game.

Hybrid Vocations

Hybrid jobs are a mix of different vocations in the game. You can get them after you’ve played for a while. They’re made for players who like trying out different types of jobs with one character. Some of the hybrid vocations we know about are Magick Archer, Mystic Spearhand, Trickster, and Warfarer. There might be more added later. These jobs are just for players; computer-controlled Pawns can’t use them.

Details Of Vocations And Classes

  • Fighter: The Fighter job lets the Arisen be really good at fighting up close with a sword and shield. Fighters can use their shield to defend themselves and others, and they can also block enemy attacks to throw them off balance.
  • Archer: The Archer job focuses on using a bow and arrow to attack from a distance. They can change the type of arrows they use to fit different needs, and they’re really good at hitting enemies that are flying in the air.
  • Thief: The Thief job focuses on fast attacks to beat enemies quickly. Thieves are super speedy, which helps them move around fast during fights. They fight with two daggers, stabbing enemies hard and sneaking up from behind.
  • Mage: The Mage job can help the team by doing lots of magic damage or by supporting them. Mages can cast spells to heal the team or mix elements to make weapons stronger.
  • Warrior: Warriors are really good at using big weapons like greatswords and hammers. They can hit enemies hard with powerful attacks.
  • Sorcerers: Sorcerers use magic to hurt enemies badly with spells. Their spells take a bit longer to cast, so they need to find a safe place before they start casting.
  • Magick Archer: The Magick Archer combines the abilities of a Mage and an Archer, using magical bows for ranged attacks and helping teammates with magic from a distance.
  • Mystic Spearhand: The Mystic Spearhand mixes Fighter and Mage skills, focusing on both close-range and distant fighting using a blend of physical and magical attacks.
  • Trickster: The Trickster is a unique class that uses a tool called the Censer to create illusions. They can trick enemies into fighting each other or boost their party’s strength temporarily to improve combat performance.
  • Warfarer: The Warfarer is a special job that lets you use any weapon and learn skills and spells from any other job. They can mix different abilities to create powerful attacks that can defeat enemies easily.

Check out the guides below if you require additional help with Dragon’s Dogma 2:

Feel free to use the comment section and share your favorite vocations and classes in Dragon’s Dogma 2 and which ones you think would be best suited to play this game and make it more fun!

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