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D Rank: *Charm (Lord,Lv10) *Luck +4 (Dancer,Lv1) -------------------
Time for the Lance users' turn while simultaneously ending the Sword users'.
Characters that start with Discipline and can learn Outdoor Fighter: Sully, Stahl.
Characters that start with both: Frederick, Morgan (born from those 3).
Characters that can learn either skill: Chrom, Ricken, Lucina, Brady, Kjelle, Avatar, Morgan.
Characters that can Inherit the skills and the class required: Cynthia (Chrom, Frederick, Avatar), Owain, Inigo, Severa, Gerome, Yarne, Laurent, Noire, Nah.
Discipline increases weapon experience, allowing you to use stronger weapons faster. It's just a time-saver, but it's more useful for classes that have more than one weapon types available, like Cavaliers.
Classes like Swordmaster or Sniper will quickly get an A rank since they are stuck with a single weapon type, while classes that get a new toy to play with after promotion usually only need it to be at only C rank for Steel weapons/Arc tomes/Physic staff, or else you won't reach A rank for your main weapon.
You might want to have an A for all weapons if you are grinding, especially for the last DLC maps. But if you are doing that, you will get an A faster than 15 levels (The only ones that will take more work will be a Great Knight that wasn't a promoted Cavalier). Still, it's always a great help, but not a big necessity too. B rank.
Outdoor Fighter gives a 10% Hit/Avoid bonus when the unit fights outdoors.
Eh, a small bonus that's too situational. the only times it will help you are when you have less than 5 skills. Frankly, Charm is more useful. and that's not saying a lot, because it's also a D rank skill.
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Just forge a bronze weapon when class changing and that weapon itself will get you to D rank in that weapon, then use iron and when that is gone, you should be at C or close to it and you can start using steel without problems.
Outdoor fighter, only works outdoors. Stick with a skill that always works and has a more impact.