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List of character classes
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List of character classes

A list of character classes in role-playing games:

Table of contents
1 Dungeons & Dragons; (including Advanced Dungeons & Dragons;)
2 Middle-earth RPG
3 The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game
4 Ultima
5 Final Fantasy
6 Phantasy Star Online
7 Star Wars RPG
8 Diablo
9 Diablo 2
10 Fire Emblem

Dungeons & Dragons; (including Advanced Dungeons & Dragons;)

Chainmail/First Edition/Primitive D&D;

Basic (human) Classes

"Demi-Human" character classes

First Edition AD&D

Player's Handbook Classes

Unearthed Arcana

Oriental Adventures

Dragon Magazine

Second Edition AD&D

Basic Classes

Other Classes, Listed by Supplement

Legends and Lore
Tome of Magic
Vikings, Campaign Sourcebook
Complete Book of Psionics
The Complete Gladiator’s Handbook

Third Edition D&D

Basic Classes

Psionic Classes

Prestige Classes

Prestige/Basic Classes from expansions

Numerous (Please insert)

Middle-earth RPG

The Lord of the Rings Roleplaying Game


Ultima I - II

Ultima III

Ultima IV - IX

(You weren't allowed to choose class in Ultima VII, VII part 2, or VIII, and class choice has far less significance in games beyond Ultima IV.) Included in the list are the corresponding Virtue and the starting town in Ultima IV.

Final Fantasy

Final Fantasy I

Final Fantasy IV

Final Fantasy V

Final Fantasy Tactics

Special Classes

NPC/Enemy Classes


Phantasy Star Online

Star Wars RPG


Diablo 2

Fire Emblem

Dragon of Darkness and Sword of Light (Famicom) / Monshou no Nazo(Super Famicom)

You can get all of these classes on your team unless stated otherwise.

Seisen no Keifu / Thracia 776 (Super Famicom)
Technically, Seisen classes doesn't have set promotions, each character has a set class they'll upgrade to. But they generally follow these lines. --- Add extra T776 classes here

Fuuin no Tsurugi / Rekka no Ken (Gameboy Advance)

See also: character class; alignment (role-playing games); race (fantasy); archetype