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Introduction

Unlike normal classes that are permanently chosen during character creation, Incarnations come in the form of magical weapons. Once equipped, it transforms a character into another, physically changing its appearance and replacing its entire spell set. Removing the weapon returns the character to its original form.

While in the form of an Incarnation, the character cannot earn Experience points; all points are instead diverted towards leveling the Incarnation. As a result, neither characteristic points nor spell points are obtained with each level. Instead, all Incarnation class spells are learned at the beginning. For every 10 Incarnation levels, the level of all its spells are increased by one (to a maximum of 6 at Incarnation level 50).

Magik Riktus Bandits

The Magik Riktus Bandits consist of four classes, differing in terms of strategic role in battle. Each comes with 20 spells and can be used with any elemental build. Each class can be obtained as a free subscription gift.

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Class Subscription Description
Swashbuckling Bandit 1 month Trickster class. Fights and weakens enemies in close combat.
Archer Bandit 3 months Ranger class. Prevents movement while firing from afar.
Wandering Bandit 6 months Guardian class. Shields allies before colliding with enemies head-on.
Sorcerer Bandit 1 year Versatile spellcaster class. Heals allies while blasting or disabling enemies.
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Class Comparison

General Overview

These classes share the following traits:

  • The supporter category fits them best. They can fight alone, but are much stronger within a team. Although they do not have diverse supportive and evasive spells, all of them level up together. It is this that allows them to become very valuable allies for team battles.
  • They are generally less powerful & more defensive than their respective counterparts from the normal twelve classes.
  • In exchange, they have greater versatility.
  • Each class has three sets of offensive spells. Each spell in a set is a different elemental version of the rest. This means that twelve spells of each class can be reduced to three different attack spells. The advantage of this, as mentioned before, is the option of using any element for the class. This leaves eight supportive spells.
  • Each class can buff weapon damage.
  • Each class has a supportive summonable creature.

They differ in the following ways:

  • Swashbuckling Bandits mainly serve to weaken enemies in close combat. Although they suffer from having the absolute worst range in the entire game, they can jump, buff their MP, and most importantly, greatly reduce an opponent's MP for multiple turns. Although they appear similar to Iops, they do not share the same tactics; they should be played tactically like a Pandawa. They also have the unique ability to inflict damage-over-time to a single target, which is useful for penetrating armor spells that some enemies use.
  • Archer Bandits focus on sniping enemies from a distance, while reducing their range and MP. What separates them from Cras is their direct access to disabling spells. While Cra spells depend upon critical hits, Archer Bandits can inflict effects as supportive spells. They can also detect invisibility.
  • Wandering Bandits are tanks that combine the resilience of Fecas with the melee power and endurance of Sacriers. While they are more powerful than Fecas (until Burning Glyph comes along), they also inherit the horrible range of Sacriers. On the upside, their spells provide huge buffs and can get them quickly into range.
  • Sorcerer Bandits are spellcasters with various capabilities. They can be thought of as a hybrid between Eniripsas and Xelors, since their spells contain a mixture of healing, dispelling, AP reduction, and AP boosting. In addition, their attacks deal Area of Effect damage. Amazingly, their strong healing power is only second to that of Eniripsas. Not only that, ranged life stealing is part of their main arsenal.

Specific Factors

Class Solo Combat Team Support Range Damage Evasion
Swashbuckling Bandit
Swashbuckling Bandit
+
Difficult
++
Fair
All supportive spells level up. Buffs damage, critical hits & MP. Minor healing. Summoned creature provides minor healing through an attack.
+
Short
++
Moderate
++
Fair
All supportive spells level up. Can jump. Reduces damage & MP. Summoned creature distracts enemies.
Bandit Archer
Archer Bandit
++
Average
+
Limited
All supportive spells level up. Invisibility detection. Buffs range. Slightly reduces damage taken.
+++
Long
++
Moderate
++
Fair
All supportive spells level up. Has knockback. Reduces range & MP. Summoned creature distracts enemies.
Wandering Bandit
Wandering Bandit
++
Average
++
Fair
All supportive spells level up. Buffs HP. Reduces damage taken.
+
Short
++
Moderate
+
Limited
All supportive spells level up. Has knockback. Reduces Agility. Inflicts critical failures. Summoned creature distracts enemies.
Bandit Sorcerer
Sorcerer Bandit
++
Average
+++
Good
All supportive spells level up. Powerful healing. Buffs AP. Reflects spells. Summoned creature buffs various elemental characteristics.
++
Medium
++
Moderate
++
Fair
All supportive spells level up. Can dispel. Reduces damage & AP. Summoned creature distracts enemies.

Tormentator Knights

The Tormentator Knights is a group of five extremely rare classes that are only attainable through real world conventions and events. Despite their name, their appearances are more similar to ninjas than knights. Each class comes with 5 spells and is associated with a single element.

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Class Element
White Knight Air
Darkness Knight All
Blue Knight Water
Red Knight Fire
Green Knight Earth

These classes have the following traits in common:

  • All five classes are attackers that deal moderate Area-of-Effect damage at long range, while inflicting disabling effects. They are quite similar and can be thought of as different variants of the same class.
  • Each class has a "Devastation" spell, which is a long-ranged Area-of-Effect attack.
  • Each class has a "Shot" spell, which deals moderate damage to a single target at long range. With the exception of the Red Knight's version, which simply deals higher damage, this spell has an additional effect for each class, varying from dispelling to inflicting knockback.
  • Each class has Saverne's Blow, which is a disabling spell that inflicts knockback and reduces MP within an Area-of-Effect.
  • Each class has two supportive spells, again with the exception of Red Knight, which has additional attack spells instead.

They differ mostly in terms of their two supportive spells, which are as follows:

  • The White Knight can buff MP and detect invisibility.
  • The Darkness Knight can steal HP and reduce damage.
  • The Blue Knight can heal and summon a creature that provides healing.
  • The Red Knight does not have supportive spells. Instead, they have an attack with a wide Area-of-Effect and an attack that does damage-over-time (which goes through armor spells).
  • The Green Knight can transform a character into a fast-moving Toad that has no AP, which is useful both for allies and against enemies. They can also reduce damage.

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Final Fantasy

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From Final Fantasy Wiki

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"Incarnation" is the final boss theme from Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. As is such, it is played when Marche Radiuju and his team are fighting the Li-Grim. It makes a group of key switches partway through the piece, but remains in minor key. It is somewhat darker and more suspenseful in tone than "Surpassing the Wall", which is used for the preceding battle with the "Battle Queen".


This article uses material from the "Incarnation" article on the Final Fantasy wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.

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