Etrian Odyssey V: website update (Cestus and Masurao videos, more)

Etrian Odyssey VToday, Atlus updated the official website for Etrian Odyssey V: The End of the Long Myth (Sekaiju no Meikyuu V: Nagaki Shinwa no Hate in Japanese). The company uploaded two more videos: the trailer for the Masurao and the Cestus classes. There’s some details about the Guild, too.


Here’s what we wrote about the Masurao class a few weeks ago:

They wield multiple swords in battle, and always fight in the front row.

  • Oni Musou: allows you to deal more damage by hitting your target several times in a row;
  • Parry: allows you to quickly slash at one enemy, and then follow up with another attack;
  • New Formidable Foe: triggers a battle. Allows you to increase your chances of meeting rare enemies. Fixed chances of a continuous battle occuring.

You can find details about the Titles and Master Skills for that class on this page!

Here’s the trailer and some artworks for the Masurao class:

Head after the break for the rest of this post!


Here’s what we wrote about the Cestus class a earlier this week:

They stay in the front row, and attack enemies using their fists. They can carefully aim where their fists will land, but also block specific body parts.

  • Arm Break: a close-combat attack that targets only one enemy. Fixed chance of inflicting Arm Bind.
  • Blood Rampage: allows the user to reflexively uses their fists as counterattack when taking damage. Fixed chance of performing a weapon attribute attack on the enemy every time you lose HP.
  • Demon Fist: a close-combat attack that targets only one enemy. It consumes its own HP, and will spread to nearby enemies.

Here’s the trailer and some artworks for that class:


Finally, there’s some details about the Guild, which works just like in previous Etrian Odyssey games:

You go there to register new adventurers, change their appearance, organise your party, and more. Edgar (voiced by Tomohiro Tsuboi) is the manager.

Etrian Odyssey V (3DS) comes out on August 4th in Japan.



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