Every class in the game caters to a unique playstyle and provide stat boosts and unique skills.
There are presently 8 classes to choose from, and all but Super Terrarian may be pursued upon reaching level 10 as a Terrarian and then completing its class-specific quest.
|Terrarian||The initial Terrarian class. Upon reaching level 10 Terrarians may begin a class quest to advance to a new class of their choice.||None|
The Terrarian you know, but with all first class abilities, beside being even more weak than all the other classes. This class is for those who are glad about being a novice, and want to be able to make mixed build, but is no good if you care about surviving.
This class requires a character level 45 or higher to attain.
|Fighter||A heavily-armored melee specialist, the Fighter is capable of taking damage from monsters, making sure that ranged classes like Mages and Rangers can avoid dying during a battle.||Guide|
|Ranger||A master of bows and guns that can engage enemies from a distance. The Ranger is not a very sturdy character, and must rely on his speed and wits to avoid damage.||Arms Dealer|
|Merchant||A tradesman who prefers the coin to the sword. The Merchant supports the party financially while also serving as a decent melee fighter. He keeps the party well-equipped and ready for any fight.||Merchant|
|Mage||A student of the arcane arts that uses powerful spells to destroy his foes. The Mage, like the Ranger, deals his damage from a distance and must rely on something other than armor to avoid damage.||Dryad|
|Acolyte||A caster who channels the power of his faith to strengthen his party and heal their wounds in battle. The Acolyte's magic is especially effective against Undead- and Demon-type enemies.||Nurse|
|Thief||A fast, nimble fighter who weakens monsters in combat and rapidly deals melee damage. The Thief can also steal items from enemies, making him a valuable part of any team.||