With the release of the new ‘Cindered Shadows’ DLC, four new classes have been introduced in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. This guide contains all the info about Fire Emblem Three Houses Cindered Shadows Trickster class.
Fire Emblem Three Houses Cindered Shadows Trickster Class
The Trickster Class provides an excellent combination of combat and utility.
Tricksters are powerful and clever swordsman, who can use either their magic or sword fighting abilities to help their team.
Tricksters are somewhat like Thieves, as their high Skill serves as their main strong point.
Being able to use Staves, Tricksters have acquired high Resistance and Magic as well.
This class isn’t designed for a pure aggressive play-style, like how one would play the Assassin Class; instead, it is more suited for a mix of technique and power.
- HP – 28
- Strength – 14
- Defense – 10
- Speed – 18
- Magic – 12
- Resistance – 11
- Movement – 5
- Charm – 8
- Dexterity – 14
- Luck – 15
The certification requirement is a B in the Sword and Faith specialty.
For the certification exam, you need to have passed the Abyssian Exam. Your character needs to have the Thief Class unlocked before you can switch to the Trickster Class.
How to obtain an Abyssian Exam Pass
The most efficient way to acquire the Abyssian Exam Pass is to recruit all four of the Ashen Wolves.
You will get an Abyssian Exam Pass for each one of them recruited by you.
- Foul Play – The unit switches places with a teammate nearby.
- Lucky Seven – One of these stats is increased by 5 every turn: Spd, Str, Mag, Def, Res, Avo or Hit.
- Duelist’s Blow – If the unit lands the first hid, Avo is increased by 20 during battle.
The skill experience bonuses for the Trickster Class are:
- Sword +
- Faith +
- Reason +