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Fire Emblem: Awakening Master Seal And Second Seal Guide

Gamer Syndrome: In past Fire Emblem games character customization was limited to only certain aspects of your units: you could customize the skill setup to make the best out of each units’ traits but there was no way to completely change class: the only class change feature was the possibility to evolve into some advanced forms of the same class, granting higher stats but not different abilities during battle. Fire Emblem: Awakening is the first game of the series to offer the possibility to switch classes by using the Second Seal, allowing characters to switch to another class which is not too different from their starting one. Together with the Second Seal, the Master Seal makes a comeback, allowing units to switch to an advanced form of their class. (3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening)

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