Is this a good enough party? In case it's hard to see it's a gladiator, monk, zodiac, ninja and arbalister.
>party isn't 100% girls
Well you're off to a good start at least.
>not abusing Ninja for some hot team-mate beheading action
Party's good, but the way you're building it probably isn't. Monk's physical attacks blow, meaning that you should go healing all the way. They become the de facto healing/support class once you give them a princess subclass.
Your party's a little fragile otherwise, but you should be okay, at least through the main game.
Early versions of MS Paint had godawful text rendering. The image compression doesn't help, but that's the main culprit.
Gladiators are like the single best damage dealers in 3, just take 2 or 3 of them. I don't see why people always have 5 different classes, nothing wrong with having more than 1
EO3 was probably the first game where you could take whatever and have relatively little problems. Just be aware that without a tank enemies will hit really hard and can one shot pretty much anyone that isn't the gladiator. You actually have 4 backrow classes, monk may be advertised as fist fighters but theyre pretty shit and basically just healers
Wasn't that what they were called? I tend to mix them up anyway, Hoplite wasn't it? Anyway get a tank already.
Also get yourself 5 farmers and put Combat Experience on them so they level up while you play, you'll like the results
>about to start 4th Stratum in EO:U (screw you bull/cow boss)
>about to hit 4th Stratum in EO2:U
>just bought EO4
I think I need to chill.
Be content with your glorious CANADA and come back to it later, you're not missing much as is
I'm playing EO4 right now, just made it to the 3rd stratum, and holy fuck that 2nd stratum boss was a bitch
Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, the early PMD games, and Shiren are a lot better. The main problem is that Etrian and MD mechanics don't exactly gel that well by just smashing them together.