Best Fire Emblem Fates Classes

Fire Emblem only appear for Nintendo consoles. As a rule, nobles and their troops attack an enemy. In doing so, however, players are not guided by a certain figure, instead they command a multitude of existing troops of different characteristics and abilities. Up to now fourteen parts of the series have appeared.ailable in the rest of the world in 2013.

Intelligent Systems wanted to make Fire Emblem more accessible to newcomers and launched the so-called Casual Mode in Fire Emblem Awakening. In this game mode there is no permanent death, which was always present in previous games. By permanent death, characters do not return to the game when they die, which makes the game difficult for new players.

Fire Emblem Fates or Awakening? Fire Emblem Awakening was possibly the last part of the Fire Emblem series. Fire Emblem Lost Its Popularity, Awakening was Nintendo's attempt to revive Fire Emblem. If Fire Emblem Awakening would sell less than 250,000 copies, Fire Emblem would definitely stop. During the first week after issue, 242 600 copies were already sold and at the end of 2012 there were now 455 000

What do you think is the best Fire Emblem Fates class?

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Ballistician
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Hoshido Noble
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Mercenary - Fire Emblem Fates
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Bow Knight
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Wyvern Rider
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Wyvern Lord
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Troubadour (F)
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Wolfssegner
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Apothecary
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Master of Arms
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Nohr Prince/Princess