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How To Change Class In Trials Of Mana

How To Change Class In Trials Of Mana
In order to unlock new skill slots in Trials Of Mana, you will need to change classes. Check out this guide to find out how to change class in Trials Of Mana. This will make your whole team stronger and help you unlock new a powerful abilities.

How To Change Class In Trials Of Mana

There are a couple of thing you will need to do before being able to change class. First off, you need to hit level 18 for your first class change. You might have to do some grinding to get there, but the extended skill trees and extra skill slots make it worth the grind. Secondly, you will have to find your first Mana Stone. This is story related and cannot be missed. When you make it to the Mana Stone, and you are level 18, you can then do your first class switch. You can do a second one down the line, but that takes a higher level and a class item.

You can eventually reset your class and pick a different one, but not right away. In order to switch back, you will need a class item that you can’t have when you get to the first class switch. Don’t stress over it too much, all of the classes are viable but some are just better. We will update when we find the class reset item to help you find it as well.

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