Landsknecht / Runemaster for elemental links, Landsknecht / Bushi for physical skills Nightseeker / Arcanist for ailment boost, Nightseeker / Dancer for Sword Dance Fortress / Dancer seems to be popular for evasion Runemaster / Imperial for added elemental damage passives Medic - Reclass to Arcanist / Medic --- XBOX GT: illbzo1 Currently playing: Etrian Odyssey IV, Borderlands 2
Basically by reclass I think he means: when you unlock Arcanist, ditch the medic and level an arcanist/medic instead. (Or you could retire your medic into an arcanist to save time, I guess) --- 3DS FC: 0576-3975-0897
Once you get the Arcanist, you'll also get two items that allow you to immediately level a character to 25. I suggest you do this and make an Arcanist / Medic. --- XBOX GT: illbzo1 Currently playing: Etrian Odyssey IV, Borderlands 2
Landsknecht- if you're doing links, Runemaster for the passive element boosts. If you aren't, consider Nightseeker for the chance to use attack skills twice in a row.
Nightseeker- If you're using your Nightseeker for inflicting status, go Arcanist for a passive ailment boost. If you're using it for damage, consider Bushi for better weapon options or Imperial for stronger attack skills. A final option is Dancer if you just want to hit people a million times without using MP.
Fortress- Dancer for more defensive support.
Medic- Runemaster for element buffs or Arcanist for a bind or a status ailment.
Runemaster- Arcanist for a status ailment or bind. Or Dancer for general buffing. Offensively the class pretty much has everything it needs on its own. --- "Once again, ViewtifulGene's logic blows minds and crushes dreams." -TheGamingGolfer "Supez teh king" -dedekong