Once my character hits level 20 on advanced class their stats stop growing. I see that I can use that silver seal to select the same advanced class so they keep growing. This disables the class skill for a time but stats keep growing...

Would I gain anything from choosing a different advanced class?

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Beyond the 'expected' changes of choosing a different advanced class (different class skill, mobility, base stats, weapon proficiencies), each class has stat caps associated with it. You can tell when a character is at the stat cap for a respective stat of their current class when it is displayed as a green number in their character stat screen.

The reason you may want to do this is if you are trying to maximize your total stats with a character. There are some advanced classes that have a higher stats than others when you sum the caps of all their stats. Or, you may want to reclass to one that has high stat caps for stats you want to prioritize.

You can see what stat caps apply to each class here (be forewarned that there are some classes masked here, because they may apply to only certain characters or are involved with the later stages of the story):


Nope! Nothing class-specific (like skills) is retained when switching between classes.

In fact, in order to maximize growths, usually you want to get to the [promoted] class you want to be in ASAP, and then stay there the rest of the game.

  • I didn't play Engage yet, but in previous titles you'd normally want to stay in the base class for as long as possible, to get the highest amount of level-ups (19 in base class, 19 in promoted). Is Engage different in this regard?
    – mmKALLL
    Apr 4 at 8:20
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    @mmKALLL Yes. There are (essentially) unlimited level-ups, plus the advanced classes have higher growth rates, bases, and weapon ranks. Apr 4 at 17:36

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