When starting your game in Dragon Quest X you’ll be asked to not only design your character by choosing one of five races, but you will also be asked to choose a job. Today Square-Enix shared first details about this feature…
Just like Dragon Quest IX before it DQX features a skill point system, and you learn new skills when you get to certain levels. Usually in Dragon Quest games you can change your job at Dharma’s Shrine but in DQX you instead switch at Dharma’s Shrine Branch Office in your home town.
The jobs you can choose from are: Warrior, Mage, Monk, Martial Artist, Thief or Minstrel.
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