If you notice any errors, please report them to a member of our tech support team. New feature: Tooltips now work on mobile browsers. Tap on the text to view the tooltip. A skilled treasure seeker. Wields bows and staves in the field. Lucky Seven , Pass. It is a class change option for Outlaws and a replacement for the Trickster of the preceding game, and wields bows and staves. The generic Adventurer portrait in Fates. The generic Vallite Adventurer portrait in Fates. Not logged in Create account Log in.
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Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest
Originally introduced to the series as the alternate promoted form of the Thief class in Awakening , the Trickster class is unique for its ability to fulfil a support role with healing staves while carrying out utility purposes through the picking of locks without keys. Like their unpromoted counterpart, the Outlaw , they wield Bows in favour of Swords as their primary weapons of choice, and are also granted the ability to use Staves. In Fire Emblem Warriors , both the Trickster class and it's Nohrian Adventurer counterpart return, as the personal base class of Anna and the promoted class of Niles , respectively. The two are treated slightly differently; Tricksters can only use Bows and act as a clone of the Archer class, whereas Adventurers can use Bows and Staffs , and act as a clone of the Sniper class. There is also an enemy-only version of the Adventurer class that acts as a Nohrian clone of the Assassin class. A character must be level 20 or higher and have passed the Thief certification to take the Certification Exam using an Abyssian Exam Pass. The class gives bonuses to Swords, Faith, and Reason. Tricksters are still able to dodge and perform critical attacks well, but are not suited for heavy offence like Assassins are.
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