Etrian Odyssey V ‘Necromancer’ and ‘Rover’ class trailers

Two more classes introduced.

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth

Atlus has released new trailers for Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth introducing the Necromancer and Rover classes.

Here’s an overview of each class, via Atlus:

Necromancer

It’s no secret that death awaits all who enter the Yggdrasil tree, but did you know that you can bring death into the tree? Ok, that sounds a bit confusing, but it all makes sense when we explain what the Necromancer can bring to the table. These masters of the undead arts aren’t the best fighters, but they can summon wraiths to do their dirty work instead. These wraiths are not only able to dish out and absorb damage, but can also be sacrificed for the greater good. Want to heal the party? Sacrifice a wraith! What about disable enemy defenses for a few turns? Sacrifice a wraith! Trying to increase the party’s magic strength? Sacrifice a wraith! Although Necromancers are a bit unconventional, they’re skills are invaluable to the party.

Rover

Meet the real hunters of Yggdrasil, the Rover class. With an expertise in long ranged attacks, the Rover class can deliver some hard hits while in the back line. Their knowledge of nature is a hot commodity in battle, especially when it comes to special quests that involve exploring uncharted territory. Besides pursuing monsters, these hunters can also get help from animals to provide both offense and defense support.

If you missed it, previous trailers introduced the Pugilist, Botanist, Masurao, Fencer and Dragoon classes.

Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth is available now for 3DS in Japan, and will launch in the Americas on October 17 and Europe this fall. A demo is available now.

Watch the trailers below.

Necromancer

Rover

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