Class

Unit Types

  • Witch
  • Shaman
  • Arcanist
  • Medic
  • Challenger
  • Dragon Mage

Fighter - Melee

A well-rounded unit that is capable of defending
allies and cutting their way into the heart of an enemy's
formation. A Fighter's various skills make him a welcome
addition to any battle situation.

Examples

Lancer - Melee

A spear-wielding unit that uses his deadly reach to inflict
massive damage to enemies on the back lines. Encased in steel
armor, Lancers have high defenses but are lacking in mobility.

Examples

Noble - Melee

A unit that uses a sword to unleash consecutive strikes against
the enemy. Their offensive skills allow them to attack whole groups
of enemies. However, a Noble forgoes the use of a shield in exchange
for increased combat potential, so situational awareness is especially
important to her.

Examples

Blacksmith - Melee

A unit that wields a massive greathammer.
Against formations that contain many objects,
the Blacksmith's true potential is unleashed when
she "brings down the hammer" to demolish enemy
objects and weaponry.

Examples

Rogue - Melee

A unit capable of cloaking herself to infiltrate enemy formations unseen.
With her powerful skills and high mobility, a Rogue can take out Ranged
units in one hit. However, due to her low defenses, she must wait patiently
for an opportune moment to strike.

Examples

Hunter - Ranged

An ace sniper that can hit faraway targets with uncanny precision.
Whether raining down arrows on the battlefield or defending against
magical enchantments, the Hunter has no shortage of tricks up the
sleeves of his signature trenchcoat.

Examples

Gunner - Ranged

A unit that uses a gun to attack enemies lined up in a
row. Different bullets can make his attacks produce
different effects. But in Resonail, guns are rare and
ammunition is even rarer, so it's important that the
Gunner makes every shot count.

Examples

Witch - Magic

A unit that wields powerful magic that can affect a wide area.
The Witch has many skills she can use to attack multiple enemies,
but she must be careful not to accidentally hit her allies too.

Examples

Shaman - Magic

A unit that draws upon her life force to cast spells.
The Shaman can potentially be a boon to enemies and a bane
to her allies, as the detrimental effects of her curses
do not distinguish between friend or foe.

Examples

Arcanist - Magic

A unit whose magical conjurations strike enemies with stunning
accuracy. The Arcanist can also create magical zones that affect
the entire battlefield, making him adept at support as well as offense.

Examples

Medic - Specialist

A unit that uses vials and flasks to treat injuries and negative ailments.
The Medic even has vials filled with acid and poison she can use to
defend herself.

Examples

Challenger - Specialist

A unit that throws and places explosive barrels to scatter enemies
to the wind. The Challenger's chivalrous spirit makes him go
after enemies with reckless abandon. But more often than
not, he ends up blowing himself up in the process.

Examples

Dragon Mage - Specialist

The Dragon Mage is a versatile unit that can switch between using
long-range magic attacks, and entering the fray on her dragon
mount to unleash fearsome melee attacks. In exchange for the
power she brings, the Dragon Mage is the only unit who
occupies two spaces in a formation instead of one.

Examples

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