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The Fighter class is revamped in ''Thracia 776'', in which it possesses similar characteristics to the [[Myrmidon]] class. The Fighter promotion in ''Thracia 776'' is the [[Hero (class)|Hero]] class, while the Warrior class is instead the promotion for the Brigand class.
 
The Fighter class is revamped in ''Thracia 776'', in which it possesses similar characteristics to the [[Myrmidon]] class. The Fighter promotion in ''Thracia 776'' is the [[Hero (class)|Hero]] class, while the Warrior class is instead the promotion for the Brigand class.
   
In ''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]'', the name ''Fighter'' is used for the [[Mercenary]] class, while the traditional Fighter is known as ''Axe Fighter'' like in the Jugdral titles. Axe Fighter is a playable class that promotes to Warrior. Fighter possesses high speed and accuracy like in ''Thracia 776'', as does the game's incarnation of Warrior.
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In ''[[TearRing Saga: Utna Heroes Saga]]'', the name ''Fighter'' is used for the [[Mercenary]] class, while the traditional Fighter is known as ''Axe Fighter'' like in the Jugdral titles. Axe Fighter is a playable class that promotes to Warrior.
   
[[Dean (Berwick Saga)|Dean]], the lone playable ''Axe Fighter'' in ''[[TearRing Saga: Berwick Saga]]'', promotes into the unique [[Berserker|Slayer]] class, while Warriors are a standalone enemy-exclusive class. Dean is a fast and powerful unit with a high critical.
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[[Dean (Berwick Saga)|Dean]], the lone playable ''Axe Fighter'' in ''[[TearRing Saga: Berwick Saga]]'', promotes into the unique [[Berserker|Slayer]] class, while Warriors are a standalone enemy-exclusive class.
   
 
After ''Thracia 776'', the class is largely reverted to mirror its ''Genealogy of the Holy War'' incarnation. The exception to this rule is the ''The Sacred Stones'' and ''Awakening'' incarnations, where the inbuilt branched promotion feature grants the class the ability to promote into the Hero class.
 
After ''Thracia 776'', the class is largely reverted to mirror its ''Genealogy of the Holy War'' incarnation. The exception to this rule is the ''The Sacred Stones'' and ''Awakening'' incarnations, where the inbuilt branched promotion feature grants the class the ability to promote into the Hero class.
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