The Rogue is a class known to any RPG player and is also featured in Bravely Default II. It presents itself as the first option available in the game that allows you to take advantage of speed and evasion. In this guide, we look at how the class works and what is needed to make the most of it.
Before we start, I remind you to take a look at ours complete guide if you want to know more regarding the various specific aspects of the game.
- Class summary
- How to unlock
- Skill List
- Better skills
- Specialties / Special Skills
- Best secondary class
This class allows you to steal items from enemies and deal damage based on your speed stat.
- Stealing items is useful
- Fast and powerful enough
How to unlock it?
This class unlocks towards the end of Chapter 1, during the fight against Bernard who is the owner of this Asterisk.
Below you can find a list of ability who can learn the thief:
Some skills are noteworthy, especially these:
- Divine blow
Specialties and special abilities
Each class has two specialties and a special ability. The first specialty is acquired based on when you unlock the class while the second is obtained by reaching level 12. This type of specialty offers bonuses that are often passive while the special ability, in addition to being active, allows (at times) to do damage to the enemy.
Mastery of weapons
Being a light class we recommend using Daggers and that's it. Avoid heavy weapons as they will negatively affect your stats.
Best secondary class
In the case of the Rogue there are a number of very good secondary classes, such as Monk, Dragon or Ghost. If you have already unlocked the last two, it is useless to consider Thief and directly choose Specter as the main one.
For any postgame bosses, the situation changes as this class has access to Divine Strike, which if used well is a very quick way to inflict 9999 and more. But even in this case, you should put it as a secondary.
For more information you can consult ours class guide or see them individually below: