Jobs for Stranger of Paradise Final Fantasy Origin are the different Classes of the game. In Stranger of Paradise, jobs are featured as the different Classes of the game that the main protagonist Jack can choose to actively his battle sets that consists of Stats, Weapons, Armor, and Abilities at any given time. Jobs can be unlocked through leveling up the current job tree or upon acquiring Weapons that are tied to a certain job. Jobs are categorized into two groups, Basic and Advanced. Basic Jobs are by default the primary classes of the game, and as you upgrade the job tree of a basic job, you can unlock its resonating advanced job which gives you more choices and stronger abilities and upgrades. This page covers a list of all the Jobs featured in Stranger of Paradise.
Stranger of Paradise: Gameplay Expressions
Jobs in Stranger of Paradise
Players are rewarded Job Points for defeating enemies, and these Job Points are used to unlock abilities and advanced jobs of the Job Tree. You only gain Job Points for the certain job if you use the job in battle and defeat enemies with it. Find the job you want in the upper left of the Battle Settings screen, then press X to select that job. Changing your job will also change your stats, actions, and usable equipment. Advanced Jobs on the other hand can use mroe specialized job abilties and a wider array of weaponry.
Stranger of Paradise Jobs
The Swordsman job can perform a spinning slash that swings the wielder's sword around and dealing damage to surrounding enemies. Swordsmen wield Greatswords.
The mage job can cast Black Magic I spells, and holding down the cast button, allows the caster to focus on unleashing stronger tiers of the spell (Fire - Fira - Firaga) without expending any extra MP.
The Warrior Job is an advanced job variation of the Swordsman. Warriors can use war cry to let out a fierce roar that causes nearby enemies to flinch, as well as gaining the bonus effect to gradually recover HP over a certain amount of time.