Bravely Default II

Support-focused Jobs in Bravely Default II come in a lot of different forms, letting players mix and match their abilities to create the ultimate supporter that can make every battle a walk in the park, or as close to it as possible. Among them, the Spiritmaster is among the most unique, as it can provide tons of very nice buffs that are invaluable during boss battles.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Spiritmaster in Bravely Default II.

Overview

The Spiritmaster is a very unique support-focused Job that has the ability to provide a variety of buffs via its Spirit Magic abilities. Being a magic-focused Job, its Magic and Restorative stats are quite high, the latter more than the former, so picking any magic-focused Job as a sub-Job is a good idea. Black Magic, for example, works great in regular combat encounters, as the Spirit Magic buffs don’t work all that well in short battles.

The Spiritmaster’s healing capabilities are quite good, but they become even better once two abilities have been learned: Reraise, which automatically brings back to life any defeated character, and Healthbringer, which heals all allies’ HP at regular intervals. Both of these abilities are invaluable to have during boss battles.

Special Abilities

Spirited Defence, the first Spiritmaster speciality, makes it so that all allies are resistant to instant-death and all status ailments that make the target incactive as long as a Spirit has been summoned and HP is over 20%. There in Spirit, learned at Job Level 20, applies spirits’ effects even when they are not summoned as long as the user has 1 or less BP.

The Spiritmaster Special Ability is Holy Mist. It restores all allies’ HP while applying Regenerate and Reraise as well and increase Magic Attack by 15%. You need to use Spirit Magic 12 times to use this ability.

Abilities

The Spiritmaster learns a variety of supportive abilities that are incredibly useful in longer battles.

Healthbringer (22 MP) – Summon a spirit that will restore all allies’ HP three times at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.
Banish (10 MP) – Perform a light magic attack on a target/all targets.
Devotion (1 BP) – Restores a target’s MP by an amount equal to 20% of the user’s max. MP.
Regeneration (30 MP) – Restores 10% of a target’s HP at the end of their turn. Effect will remain until actively removed.
Banishra (38 MP) – Perform a powerful light magic attack on a target/all targets.
Reraise (80 MP) – A selected ally will be automatically revived if knocked out. Effect will remain until target has been revived or effect is removed.
Spiritbringer (55 MP) – Summon a spirit that will restore all allies’ MP three times at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.
Sub-Job Speciality – The first speciality listed for the user’s sub-job is activated.
Basunabringer (33 MP) – Summon a spirit that will perform Basuna on all allies three times at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.
Banishga (66 MP) – Perform an extremely poweful light magic attack on a target/all targets.
Purebringer (77 MP) – Summons a spirit that will remove status effects from all allies three times at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.
Holy (80 MP) – Perform an incredibly powerful light magic attack on a target.
Lifebringer (2 BP) – Summon a spirit that will revive all allies three times at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.
Staff Lore – Staff aptitude is increased to S
Bravebringer (2 BP) – Summon a spirit that will restore a BP to all allies three times, at regular intervals. Two spirits cannot be summoned at once. Summoning a new spirit will cause any existing spirit to disappear.

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