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An unapologetic love letter to the classic JRPG genre, Bravely Default II doubles down on series staples to create every traditional JRPG lover's dream. If you're a fan of the Bravely Default series, then I think you will enjoy this title, and if you're a fan of JRPGs, I think this is definitely a game worth playing. For everyone else, I would recommend checking out the Bravely Default II demo on the Nintendo eShop before making any purchasing decisions.
The Gambler job is the first optionally obtained job in Bravely Default 2, which has you doing all kinds of damage through risky mechanics. B n' D players can be found all throughout Excillant. But, you need only challenge the B n' D opponents in the gaming hall in order to challenge her. Make sure the sidequest is active before attempting to ensure you're challenging the correct NPCs. It's also worth noting that you must first speak with Orpheus in the corner, and then challenge the B n' D opponents.
Bravely Default 2's Beastmaster turns the game into Pokemon and also makes you incredibly overpowered extremely early in the game. The Beastmaster is All You...
Like previous entries in the Bravely series, Bravely Default 2 allows for player progression even when the game isn't being played. This time around, leaving the system in sleep mode gives bonus loot. Voyages are adventures that take place while the game is in sleep mode. A boat is sent out across the world and it has a random chance of finding helpful loot while the system is in sleep mode. The idea is to help those who don't have a lot of time to play, so the main rewards here are experience and job experience boosting orbs.
B n' D is the card-based mini game featured in Bravely Default 2, find out everything you need to know below. B n' D is a fun little addition to Bravely Default 2, and I appreciate the time and effort that went into the mini-game, even if it isn't the most balanced experience.