Class (Phantasy Star Online 2)

Classes are the determining factor for a character's stats and abilities in Phantasy Star Online 2. There are currently nine basic classes - only six of which may be selected on character creation - and three successor classes, with a fourth on the way. A character may freely change between their available classes in the ARKS Lobby at the Class Counter, with each one earning experience and levels independently of one another. Through the completion of Koffie's Subclass License order, a character may also select a subclass - out of any besides Hero.

Basic Classes

Hunter PSO2 icon.png Hunter (ハンター)

Weapons: Sword PSO2 icon.png Sword Partisan PSO2 icon.png Partizan Wired lances PSO2 icon.png Wired Lance Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Hunter is a class boasting high HP and defenses, as well as skills suited to melee combat and holding enemy attention. This class may be selected during character creation.

Fighter PSO2 icon.png Fighter (ファイター)

Weapons: Double saber PSO2 icon.png Double Saber Twin daggers PSO2 icon.png Twin Dagger Knuckles PSO2 icon.png Knuckles Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Fighter is a close-range class with high S-ATK icon.png S-ATK suited to dealing a lot of damage quickly. Though this class may not be selected during character creation, it is freely available from the start to be switched to.

Ranger PSO2 icon.png Ranger (レンジャー)

Weapons: Assault rifle PSO2 icon.png Assault Rifle Launcher PSO2 icon.png Launcher Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Ranger is a long-range class with a fair amount of R-ATK icon.png R-ATK with access to skills that may assist themself and others deal more damage to weak points; it uniquely has the ability to see traps in the field. This class may be selected during character creation.

Gunner PSO2 icon.png Gunner (ガンナー)

Weapons: Twin machine guns PSO2 icon.png Twin Machinegun Assault rifle PSO2 icon.png Assault Rifle Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Gunner is a class with a high amount of R-ATK icon.png R-ATK, and numerous abilities specializing in close- to mid-range combat. Though this class may not be selected during character creation, it is freely available from the start to be switched to.

Force PSO2 icon.png Force (フォース)

Weapons: Rod PSO2 icon.png Rod Talis PSO2 icon.png Talis Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Force is a long-range class with high T-ATK icon.png T-ATK and access to Techniques of all elements, though alone it only benefits Fire attribute PSO2 icon.png Fire, Ice attribute PSO2 icon.png Ice, and Lightning attribute PSO2 icon.png Bolt. This class may be selected during character creation.

Techtor PSO2 icon.png Techer (テクター)

Weapons: Wand PSO2 icon.png Wand Talis PSO2 icon.png Talis Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Techer is a close-range class with access to Techniques, but it thrives mainly on support and striking enemies with its Wands. Though this class may not be selected during character creation, it is freely available from the start to be switched to.

Braver PSO2 icon.png Braver (ブレイバー)

Weapons: Katana PSO2 icon.png Katana Bullet bow PSO2 icon.png Bullet Bow Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Braver was a class introduced in Code:EPISODE 2; it features high S-ATK icon.png S-ATK and R-ATK icon.png R-ATK, with emphasis on both close- and long-range combat depending on the situation. This class may be selected during character creation.

Bouncer PSO2 icon.png Bouncer (バウンサー)

Weapons: Dual Blade PSO2 icon.png Dual Blades Jet Boots PSO2 icon.png Jet Boots Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Bouncer was a class introduced in Mission:EPISODE 3; it boasts both S-ATK icon.png S-ATK and T-ATK icon.png T-ATK, with emphasis on close-range combat and access to Techniques. This class may be selected during character creation.

Summoner PSO2 icon.png Summoner (サモナー)

Weapons: Takt PSO2 icon.png Takt Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Summoner was a class introduced in Reborn:EPISODE 4; rather than focusing on weaponry, it raises Pet icon.png Pets and supports them in combat. This class may be selected during character creation.

Successor Classes

Successor Classes may be unlocked after completing Koffie's Successor Class Unlocking Trial, which requires the character to have at least two classes raised to level 75. They reuse weapons from other classes, but with a unique set of Photon Arts available only to them. When being used, the character may not use a subclass.

Hero PSO2 icon.png Hero (ヒーロー)

Weapons: Sword PSO2 icon.png Sword Twin machine guns PSO2 icon.png Twin Machinegun Talis PSO2 icon.png Talis Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Hero is the successor class introduced for Heroes:EPISODE 5; it fluidly swaps between its weapons during combat in order to get the most out of them all, with a primary focus on dealing damage quickly. This class may also use Techniques, but cannot be used as a subclass.

Phantom PSO2 icon.png Phantom (ファントム)

Weapons: Katana PSO2 icon.png Katana Assault rifle PSO2 icon.png Assault Rifle Rod PSO2 icon.png Rod Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Phantom is the first successor class introduced during Stars:EPISODE 6; it can utilize any one or multiple of its available weapons, specializing in either close- or long-range combat as the situation demands. This class may also use Techniques, and is available as a subclass.

Etoile PSO2 icon.png Etoile (エトワール)

Weapons: Double saber PSO2 icon.png Double Saber Dual Blade PSO2 icon.png Dual Blades Wand PSO2 icon.png Wand Gunslash PSO2 icon.png Gunslash

Etoile is the second successor class introduced during Stars:EPISODE 6; its weapons are all melee-oriented, though it can also fight at a medium range. It does not have access to Techniques, but is available as a subclass.

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