OverviewVocations are the classes of
Dragon's Dogma. There are 9 vocations you can earn which are separated in three groups:
InformationNo vocation is greater than the other in combat since this game doesn’t have a class progression system but instead each vocation has its own perk that makes it different from the others. Player preference and strategy (both in abilities and pawns) seems to be emphasised more than pure grinding of levels.
Basic vocations are a balance of offense and defense, advance vocations give up the defensive skills and focus on offense, and hybrid vocations allow access to certain skills from the basic vocations while gaining skills unique to them . As you progress through your vocation you’ll be able to carry over certain skills you’ve learned, as well as stat boosting skills known as augments, which are gained by increasing your level in a vocation. Once vocations are purchased, they can be freely switched in and out of.
There are 9 levels you can earn in any vocation. You can switch between vocations at anytime at the Gran Soren inn. At the begining of the game you'll be able to pick a basic vocation free of charge, but to gain access to other vocations will cost you Discipline points. Basic and Advanced vocations cost 1,000 discipline points while Hybrid vocations cost 1,500.
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Pages in category "Vocations"
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Blog articles in category "Vocations"
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