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10th Dec '17 2:03:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Dragonica}}'' has 4 base classes: Warrior, Magician, Thief, and Archer. Later in the game, you can branch off to a different class.

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* ''{{Dragonica}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Dragonica}}'' has 4 base classes: Warrior, Magician, Thief, and Archer. Later in the game, you can branch off to a different class.
9th Dec '17 12:54:12 PM nombretomado
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* ''DokaponKingdom'', a [[JustForFun/XMeetsY hybrid board game and RPG]], has these as the three default classes. All weapons can be equipped by any class, but certain ones grant special bonuses.

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* ''DokaponKingdom'', ''VideoGame/DokaponKingdom'', a [[JustForFun/XMeetsY hybrid board game and RPG]], has these as the three default classes. All weapons can be equipped by any class, but certain ones grant special bonuses.
4th Dec '17 11:04:21 PM Hanz
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* The starting classes of ''Videogame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'' are Brutalist (focuses on knockbacks), Speedster (focuses on outmaneuvering your enemies with agile attacks) and Blaster (focuses on ranged attacks). Later on, you can unlock up to a maximum of ten classes and mix-and-match abilities from all of them and letting you fulfill potentially any role you want.

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* The starting classes of ''Videogame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'' are Brutalist (focuses on knockbacks), Speedster (focuses on outmaneuvering your enemies with agile attacks) and Blaster (focuses on ranged attacks). Later on, you can unlock up to a maximum of ten classes and mix-and-match abilities from all of them and them, letting you fulfill potentially any role you want.
19th Nov '17 7:28:46 PM Mango-Pango
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* WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes: The main trio that works at the Bodega: K.O. is the fighter, Radicles is the mage (he has powers such as telekinesis and shooting lasers), and Enid is the thief (she's a ninja).
4th Nov '17 8:30:45 AM Hanz
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* The starting classes of ''Videogame/SouthParkTheFracturedButWhole'' are Brutalist (focuses on knockbacks), Speedster (focuses on outmaneuvering your enemies with agile attacks) and Blaster (focuses on ranged attacks). Later on, you can unlock up to a maximum of ten classes and mix-and-match abilities from all of them and letting you fulfill potentially any role you want.
27th Oct '17 1:23:54 PM RyzeGuy
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** Geralt's availble skills are mostly grouped into Red (combat), Blue (magic), and Green (poison and alchemy) types, and his mutagens synergize based on those groups.
25th Oct '17 3:22:34 PM RyzeGuy
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* ''TabletopGame/TheWitcherGameOfImagination'' makes a nice subversion, as it is entirely possible to create ''entire party'' of characters outside the triangle and still enjoy the game.

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* ''TabletopGame/TheWitcherGameOfImagination'' makes a nice subversion, as it is entirely possible to create an ''entire party'' of characters outside the triangle and still enjoy the game.




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* ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' adapts this to superhero characters, with the Brick, Energy Projector, and Martial Artist types. (These are only suggested starting models and not part of the game mechanics at all-- but the Strength-type characteristic system, Power Frameworks, and the skills system are set up to make them efficient ways to build characters.)
16th Oct '17 10:46:48 PM Gamermaster
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* Subverted in ''LyricalNanoha'' where all combatants are mages. We have Nanoha (the Fighter+Thief who uses [[WaveMotionGun big and bigger lasers]], but they need time to charge; she has also the best defense and she is a CombatPragmatist), Fate (the Thief+Fighter who is the fastest and she is the only one who is specialized in melee combat, but has a poor armor; her MorphWeapon can also transform into a BFS), and Hayate (the Mage who is a PersonOfMassDestruction, but also a GlassCannon).

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* Subverted in ''LyricalNanoha'' ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' where all combatants are mages. We have Nanoha (the Fighter+Thief who uses [[WaveMotionGun big and bigger lasers]], but they need time to charge; she has also the best defense and she is a CombatPragmatist), Fate (the Thief+Fighter who is the fastest and she is the only one who is specialized in melee combat, but has a poor armor; her MorphWeapon can also transform into a BFS), and Hayate (the Mage who is a PersonOfMassDestruction, but also a GlassCannon).
7th Oct '17 8:59:13 PM infernape612
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* The Crystal Gems (excluding Steven) from "WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse" are an example of this trope. We have Garnet, who is strong, stoic and almost always fights with melee attacks, as the Fighter. Pearl is shown to be the tactician and can create energy and light beams as the Mage and Amethyst will often resort to shape shifting and is the least likely to resort to her weapon, thus making her the Thief.

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* The Crystal Gems (excluding Steven) from "WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse" ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' are an example of this trope. We have Garnet, who is strong, stoic and almost always fights with melee attacks, as the Fighter. Pearl is shown to be the tactician and can create energy and light beams as the Mage and Amethyst will often resort to shape shifting and is the least likely to resort to her weapon, thus making her the Thief.
7th Oct '17 8:53:59 PM infernape612
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** The ''VideoGame/Persona3'' protagonist has an element-swapped version of his successor's in ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'', but his higher magic and lower endurance, combined with worse resistances (including a weakness to [[OneHitKill Mudo]])[[labelnote:*]]Comparatively. He still has better resistances than everybody who isn't the ''P4'' protagonist[[/labelnote]] make him a SquishyWizard. His ultimate persona is [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]], an archetypical miracle worker. He is also the only one who's got his [[spoiler: Wild Card enhanced]] and he is the only one who can summon two Personas.
** The ''VideoGame/Persona5'' protagonist is [[PhantomThief obviously]] the Thief, and both he and his ultimate persona are TheGunslinger. Out of the three he is also the most skilled, being able to wield two weapons, having the best tactics of the three, such as Batton Pass,and is capable of doing more things during battle than the other two, the fact that he is a huge CombatPragmatist helps too

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** The ''VideoGame/Persona3'' protagonist has an element-swapped version of his successor's in ''VideoGame/PersonaQShadowOfTheLabyrinth'', but his has higher magic and lower endurance, combined with worse resistances (including a weakness to [[OneHitKill Mudo]])[[labelnote:*]]Comparatively. He still has better resistances than everybody who isn't the ''P4'' protagonist[[/labelnote]] make him a SquishyWizard. His ultimate persona is [[MessianicArchetype Messiah]], an archetypical miracle worker. He is also the only one who's got his [[spoiler: Wild Card enhanced]] and he is the only one who can summon two Personas.
** The ''VideoGame/Persona5'' protagonist is [[PhantomThief obviously]] the Thief, and both he and his ultimate persona are TheGunslinger. Out of the three he is also the most skilled, being able to wield two weapons, having the best tactics of the three, such as Batton Pass,and Pass, and is capable of doing more things during battle than the other two, two; the fact that he is a huge CombatPragmatist helps tootoo.
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