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Ragnarok Online 2 (RO2) is a 3D fantasy MMORPG and is the sequel to the immensely popular 2004 MMORPG Ragnarok Online. The game is set in the world of Midgard and features Norse mythology, much like the first game. Ragnarok Online 2 shares many class, monster, and town names with the original game. Publisher: WarpportalPlayerbase: LowType: MMORPGPvP: Duels / ColosseumRelease Date: May 1, 2013 (NA/EU)Pros: +Good music. +Decent class variety. +Good raiding system. +Great Khara Quest system.Cons:  -Repetitive gameplay. -Few PvP options. -Minimal diversity in builds. Overview Classes Full Review Screenshots Videos Links System Requirements Music Additional Info Overview Ragnarok Online 2 Overview Ragnarok Online 2: Legend of the Second, or just RO2, is a 3D fantasy MMORPG released in mid-2013. The game features many similarities to the original game with many class names, towns, and monsters sharing names. Despite being a sequel to the first game, Ragnarok Online 2 features a fully 3D world versus the top-down isometric camera of the original Ragnarok. Ragnarok Online 2 features five playable classes, each of which has two job advancement options upon reaching Level 25. Despite being the sequel to the first game, RO2 is an entirely new experience from the first game. Ragnarok Online 2 Key Features: Familiar Places  Enemies – set in the same world as the original Ragnarok Online with the same monster and city names. Class Variety – start as an Acolyte, Archer, Magician, Swordsman, or Thief with two job advancements available per class at Level 25. Card System – cards are obtained by defeating monsters and can be equipped… [Read full story]


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Job Progression

Several jobs (or player classes) in Ragnarok Online are available for use. It should be noted that there are several ways to build such characters, fulfilling specific purposes or degree of playability suited to one’s style.

Novice Edit

All new players start out as Novices . Previously, newly-created characters would spawn in random towns, but now, they appear in the Novice Training Grounds .

1st Jobs Edit

After raising Base and Job Levels, and acquiring the required skills, a player can choose his or her 1st job. One must accomplish its accompanying quest to successfully change jobs. It should be noted that certain job quests require care; losing job quest items in transition will permanently bar you from changing jobs of your choosing.

  1. Swordsman – Also called “Swordman”, from the satellite town of Prontera , Izlude , their job is to wield swords as a weapon. They also follow a code of chivalry that will be beneficial to future job changes.
  2. Archer – From the faraway village of Payon , Archers primarily use the bow & arrow as their weapon of choice, enabling themselves to attack from a distance. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  3. Acolyte – A supportive job class from the church of Prontera , Capital of Rune Midgard , that enables health recovery, speedups, and stat bonuses, among others.(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  4. Merchant – The financier of the game, merchants can vend items, and can sell higher while buying cheaper from NPCs . The merchant guild can be found at Alberta .
  5. Thief – The delinquents of the game, so to speak, they steal from monsters, and play dirty tricks with their enemies. Morroc hides the dark ways of the Thief guild.(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  6. Magician – No role-playing game will be complete without the standard-issued magic gurus that uses magic spells as weapons. These intelligent Magicians can be found at Geffen .(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  7. Ninja – They wield Ninjitsu powers to their advantage, and are known to be sleek and agile in combat. Ninjas come from the faraway land of Amatsu .(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  8. Taekwon – Using nothing but their legs as weapons, they deliver melee body blows like no other. The master of Taekwon-do can be found at Payon .(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  9. Super Novice – Novices with the best of everything the 1st jobs have to offer. Minus class-exclusive elements, of course. The normal-people’s guild and it’s master can be located at Al De Baran .
  10. Gunslinger – Bringing in the technology from Einbroch, the City of Steel , this job class can use a variety of guns (pistols, rifle, grenade launcher) and provides powerful long range support while at the same time is competent for close range combat.(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)

2nd Jobs Edit

After reaching certain conditions, existing 1st Job classes can advance to 2nd Job classes, that unlocks more power, opportunities and advantages.

Primary 2nd Jobs Edit

  1. Knight – Swordsmen with greater mastery. Can mount on a Peco-Peco , and have a plethora of offensive melee skills. Also, they specialize using weapons such as Swords and Spears. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  2. Hunter – Advancing from the Archer class, Hunters are equipped with the knowledge of utilizing traps as well as a Falcon trained in combat. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  3. Priest – A support class job which have buffs that can keep you alive and make you strong, advancing from Acolyte Class. ( NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  4. Blacksmith – With the ability to create weapons and additional offensive skills, they can make a name for themselves, figuratively and literally.(NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  5. Assassin – Death personified, these formerly-mischievous thieves focus on their lethal aspects and doing it with finesse and stealth. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  6. Wizard – Magicians with more devastating spells that can spell the difference between defeat and victory. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)
  7. Star Gladiator – Taekwons that have tapped celestial power, they can invoke powerful spells that spans far and wide, farther than any magician-class of the game. (NEEDS HEAVY EDITING)

Secondary 2nd Jobs Edit

  1. Crusader – Swore to protect the weak and innocent. Crusaders are one of the most noblest of all kinds.
  2. Bard / Dancer – The only job class having passion for music. They use their instruments as deadly weapons and can use their music to put buffs on a certain area around them.
  3. Monk – Swore to use power for the greater glory of God. These monks dedicated themselves in banishing evil.
  4. Alchemist – Using their expertise in science, they were able to create the Homunculus, which can grow as strong as other job classes.
  5. Rogue – Sneaky and cunning as a snake. This job class can kill fast and strip equipments of enemies.
  6. Sage – Thirsting for more knowledge, this job class are able to control different elements. They can make fields have different properties and can enchant weapons with different elements.

Rebirth Edit

All Primary and Secondary 2nd Jobs that has attained Base Level 99 and Job Level 50 are allowed to go through a stage called “Rebirth” which, Changes your character into a High Novice that will soon become a much stronger Job than before.

High Novice Edit

After rebirth, you will start out as a High Novice. You will be given 100 free stat points to allocate and also a Knife[4] and Cotton Shirt[1].

Rebirth 1st Jobs Edit

These classes are just like their non-Transcendent versions, albeit wearing different color clothes and having stronger stats. They are harder to level, though.

  1. High Swordsman
  2. High Archer
  3. High Acolyte
  4. High Merchant
  5. High Thief
  6. High Magician

Transcendent Primary 2nd Jobs Edit

  1. Lord Knight –
  2. Sniper –
  3. High Priest –
  4. Whitesmith –
  5. Assassin Cross –
  6. High Wizard –

Transcendent Secondary 2nd Jobs Edit

  1. Paladin –
  2. Minstrel / Gypsy –
  3. Champion –
  4. Biochemist –
  5. Stalker –
  6. Professor –

Primary 3rd Jobs Edit

  1. Rune Knight
  2. Ranger
  3. Arc Bishop
  4. Mechanic
  5. Guillotine Cross
  6. Warlock

Norell Jobs Edit

  1. Royal Guard
  2. Maestro/Wanderer
  3. Sura
  4. Genetic
  5. Shadow Chaser
  6. Sorcerer

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