As soon as you approach the heights of level 50 in Tales of Wind, you’ll need to start planning for Promotion. This allows you to change class to a more powerful second class.

Each of the base classes in Tales of Wind include two different promotion options. These are more powerful classes that generally specialise in a specific role, like damage, healing, or tanking. Certain classes also feature new weapons to equip too.

In this guide, we’re going to detail the entire promotion process to help get you promoted as quickly as possible. We’ll detail all of the second class options and how to get them too.

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Tales of Wind: What is Promotion?

At level 48, characters can start the process of Promotion. This lets you upgrade to one of two new classes, which are different for each of the base classes. These new classes are each designed to fulfil a specific role, like dealing damage, tanking, healing, and hybrid options.

The actual process of getting promoted involves completing a few quests, during which you’ll learn about the two new options, and then grinding out XP to redeem new skill points until you’ve unlocked 50 of them.

We’ll detail the entire process later in this guide. For now, here are the classes you can get promoted to.

Which Classes Can I Promote to?

As we mentioned earlier, each class has two different Promotion options at level 50. Here are the promotion option for each class:

Warrior:

Promotion Path:Role Specialities:Weapon:Core Skill 1:Core Skill 2:Core Skill 3:
PaladinHigh Defense, Holy Shield, and TankSword & ShieldHoly Strike: Summons a beam of light that deals damage to nearby enemies, stunning them. Grants the caster sustained damage reduction effect.Enhanced Protection of Light: Light shines upon the caster, pulling nearby enemies towards them. Heals the caster who becomes invincible temporarily.Savage Jump: Leaps high into the air then delivers a devastating strike to the enemies within range upon landing, causing them stunned.
BerserkerLife Steal, Damage, and High DefenseGreatswordSword Strike: Crushes the ground with the greatsword to cause a shockwave that deals damage to enemies within the target area. The caster is significantly healed based on the damage this ability caused.Enhanced Rage Burst: Deals great damage to nearby enemies. Significantly increases the damage dealt by the caster while raising the caster’s resistance to negative status.Bladestorm: Wields the greatsword into a storm of destructive force, dealing great damage to enemies within range.

Mage:

Promotion Path:Role Specialities:Weapon:Core Skill 1:Core Skill 2:Core Skill 3:
PyromancerHigh Attack, Fire Damage, SustainabilityPistolFirebird: Summons a Firebird that soars across the battlefield instantly, dealing great damage to enemies caught in its path.Enhanced Fire Storm: A burst of flame that deals instant damage to up to six targets, causing them stunned.Frostbird: Summons an Icebird that flies across the battlefield, dealing great damage to enemies caught in its path.
FrostweaverHigh Attack, Ice Damage, Crowd ControlStaffIce Ward: Summons an Ice Ward that deals great damage to up to 6 targets and freezes them for 3 sec.Enhanced Blink: Dashes forward in a gust of howling wind, dealing damage to nearby enemies and having them frozen. Removes all crowd control effects on the caster and recovers HP.Ice Storm: Summon a blizzard for a certain period, dealing continuous damage and speed reduction on enemies in the circle are ahead. Also has a chance of causing the Frozen effect.

Cleric:

Promotion Path:Role Specialities:Weapon:Core Skill 1:Core Skill 2:Core Skill 3:
PriestHoly, Healing, and ReviveStaffBathe in Light: Light beams shoot down from the heaven, granting nearby allies invincibility for 3 sec while restoring a significant amount of HP for them.Enhanced Nature’s Prayer: Call forth the power of nature to instantly heal multiple friendly targets for a great amount of HP, dispelling negative status from them.Song of the Forest: Song of the Forest heals nearby friendly targets over time.
RangerDamage, Healing, and CurseBowFairy Arrow: Awakens the potential power to fire at enemies, dealing damage multiple times to enemies in a line.Enhanced Song of the Forest: Song of the Forest heals nearby friendly targets over time and increases the damage dealt by them.Praise of Blossom: Summons a gigantic fairy flower that deals great damage to enemies within the range.

Assassin:

Promotion Path:Role Specialities:Weapon:Core Skill 1:Core Skill 2:Core Skill 3:
AsuraDamage, Crowd Control, CritDual BladesDescending Asura: Consume 5 combo points to summon an Asura that deals great damage to enemies within range. This skill has a 50% chance to critically strike.Enhanced Shadow Strike: Stuns and deals damage to nearby enemies swiftly. Deals greatly increased damage and generates a combo point when used while invisible.Blade Assault: Becomes a darting blade that travels across the battlefield and delivers a devastating attack after reaching behind the target.
NinjaStealth, Crowd Control, and SummoningDual KnivesShadowed Soul: Deals damage to enemies within the range and generates a combo point. Paralyzes enemies for 2 sec if used while invisible.Enhanced Void Phantom: Becomes invisible with increased Crit Rate and generates a combo point.Cross Cleave: Consumes 3 combo points to wield two sharp blades, dealing great damage to nearby enemies and greatly increasing the caster’s Dodge Rate temporarily.

How do I Get Promoted?

You can start the process of Promotion from level 48, and it’s generally quite easy. Simply tap on Kingdom and hit Promotion, which is on the far right fo the screen.

This will initiate a series of easy quests that shouldn’t take too much time to complete. It will also let you have a taste of what it’s like to play as both of the classes if you’re yet to make a decision.

The challenge of promotion comes from earning 50 skill points. You get one per from a certain level, and can redeem XP for more skill points. This is frustrating, as it prevents you from levelling up further until you’ve collected enough skill points.

However, it doesn’t take overly long. We did all of the daily content for about two days to earn enough skill points to get promoted. So we recommend keeping up the daily content until you’re done. Just do everything in the Kingdom section first, then carry on with side quests and campaign.