Etrian Odyssey V Introduces the Powerful Shaman Class in New Trailer

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Atlus launched a new trailer for the dungeon crawler RPG Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth, coming to Nintendo 3DS on October 17 in North America, European date still “to be announced”.

The trailer continues showing off character classes available to players to add to their party. This week we meet the Shaman who doesn’t necessarily bring strength to the party, but can be one of the group’s strongest assets. Instead of dealing damage, the shaman class will absorb it, all while casting buffs on the party to make their defence impenetrable.

The Shaman class utilizes their skills to help allies deal more damage and take more hits. Additionally, the Shaman is able to nullify all of its buffs to unleash a powerful wave of attacks against enemies. This powerful move will be sure to come in handy during the player’s adventures.

In Etrian Odyssey V: Beyond the Myth players will be able to explore the Yggdrasil tree with their created party of explorers as the ascend the levels and map out their adventure in true Etrian series fashion. It’s said that at the top the tree there is a power to fulfill someone’s greatest wish, but it’s not that easy. There are many bosses, enemies, and other adventures that the player will encounter on their way up.

There is currently a free demo available on the Nintendo 3DS e-Shop.

In case you missed it, you can check out the other character trailers: Rover and Necromancer ClassPugilist ClassBotanist ClassTherian Masurao ClassWarlock Class, Dragoon Class, and Fencer Class.

You can watch the new character trailer below:



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