In today’s article we are going to share with you our Tales of Wind classes guide and tell you how to achieve the Class Promotion in order to become more powerful.
The main goal of our article today is to give you an insight on how the classes in the game work and what you need to do in order to get promoted, and to increase your overall power. That means that we will go in depth for all the classes and tell you everything you need to know about how you can get that class upgrade.
Tales of Wind – What is Class Promotion?
The class promotion is basically a sub-class of your chosen class, which specializes in a certain type of fighting.
For example, a sub-class cannot be super different from the main class, as it will contain some traits from it.
A sub class allows your character to pick a certain type of attack and excel at them. Since every class has 2 sub-classes (or class promotion) this makes it a total of 8 classes throughout the game.
With a class promotion you will unlock more powerful skills and will be able to get even higher BR score.
Tales of Wind – How do I get promoted?
In order to get promoted you will have to complete a few tasks beforehand, because it’s a whole process. Firstly, you will have to grind your way through the levels and reach level 50.
Once you are there, you will receive a few quests which will have you fight a few waves of monsters. If you are not that well equipped or don’t deal a ton of damage, I highly recommend hiring mercenaries to help you finish the stage much smoother!
Once you finished defeating the monsters, you will be teleported to a location where the Yggdrasil tree will allow you to choose one of the two specialized classes within your main class.
You can simply walk towards them and hit the “I want to be promoted to X.” if you’ve made your mind (by now you should have a clear idea on what your class promotion should be).
And that will be the process of getting a class promotion! But are you curious about the classes? Then let’s dive right in!
Tales of Wind – Promotion Classes
Warriors specialize in Defense and Damage, so it goes without saying that their secondary class is going to be something between the two.
Paladin: The Paladin is going to be a great support for their teams by tanking the incoming damage and wielding a holy shield. It’s great especially if you are used to that play style.
Berserker: This is the more aggressive Warrior sub-class, able to take a few hits but also to inflict a ton of damage. It’s a very good class if you want to solo all the content and also be able to self sustain with the life steal.
Check out our in-depth guide to the Warrior class here.
This is the ranged damage dealer, which in most cases is able to do a ton of damage and inflict a little bit of crowd control upon the enemy.
Pyromancer: If you like fire, this is the class for you. They wield the fire element and has quite a decent sustain. They are especially good for PvE, and are more solo-play focused than their cooler counterpart (the Frostweaver).
Frostweaver: Inflicting freeze and also high damage, this class is amazing, especially for PvP instances where you will freeze the enemies in place. It’s also great for team fights, since you can inflict all the crowd control in the world and just let your team mates finish off the enemy.
Check our in-depth guide to the Mage class here.
This class can be a very important one for many players, especially the experienced ones, because they can either make it or break it. The Cleric subclasses are really important when it comes to world events, mainly because of the Priest.
Priest: This class is the foundation of any good team, because a good Priest can revive the allies and heal them to keep the fight going. A good and experienced support like this Priest can make a world of difference when it comes to super difficult fights, because they can heal the tank allowing them to tank even more!
Ranger: The Ranger is basically the lesser Priest, because they can also heal, but overall is quite balanced. It can do damage, heal and place curses on the enemies so it could be a fairly decent support.
Check our in-depth guide to the Cleric class here.
The Assassin has two of the most difficult and at the same time deadly sub-classes in the game. This is a class built mainly for PvP, but the PvE aspect of it can be also quite good.
Asura: They inflict a ton of damage and can also place curses on the enemy. They are swift and deadly, much like the Ninja, but lack the stealthier aspect.
Ninja: Having everything a Ninja would be expected of, they can summon, hide using their stealth skills and also perform super quick and deadly attacks.
Check our in-depth guide to the Assassin Class here.
These would be all of the promotion classes in Tales of Wind. Which class do you like playing most and why? Let us know down in the comments section below and don’t forget to check out our game guide to learn how to level up faster to that key level 50 and achieve class promotion!
Also, make sure to check back soon, as we’ll have some extra guides ready to help you master each of the above classes… and more!