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Linhardt is the main healer for the Black Eagles, and is well-rounded for the class. All of his growths are average or slightly-above average (except for health, strength and defense), so it is rare that he will have deficiencies in any stats (besides Charm as he possesses the worst growth and base charm of any unit in the game), but he also will not stand out anywhere in particular. Coupled with his varied spell list, Linhardt proves to be a jack-of-all-trades, but a master-of-none compared to other healers or mages. However, he has the disadvantage of not learning any 1-3 range spells unlike other magic users.
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Linhardt is the main healer for the Black Eagles, and is well-rounded for the class. All of his growths are average or slightly-above average (except for health, strength and defense), so it is rare that he will have deficiencies in any stats, but he also will not stand out anywhere in particular. Coupled with his varied spell list, Linhardt proves to be a jack-of-all-trades, but a master-of-none compared to other healers or mages. However, he has the disadvantage of not learning any 1-3 range spells unlike other magic users.
   
 
Because of Linhardt's useful spell list in both schools of magic, Linhardt would do best in a class that can use magic, like [[Warlock]], [[Bishop]], [[Mortal Savant]], etc. Linhardt also has the ever-useful spell [[Warp]], which should make him one of the more valued utility units. Given that he cannot promote to [[Gremory]], he can alternatively make for an acceptable [[Dark Bishop]], though the class itself is not superb. Mortal Savant is another option, but the class does not provide additional spell charges and he will not be able to make good use of swords due to his below-average strength. [[Holy Knight]] is another good master class for Linhardt and fully expands on his movement and his utility, but does not provide him with additional charges like Bishop does. Like many other mages, he should be kept as a back unit for supportive magic and healing. Thanks to his low HP and Defense, one hit from a physical unit will most likely lead to his death, so stay alert and cautious. Other than that, Linhardt is a mid-tier healer, so recruiting any other Faith Magic specialist ([[Marianne]], [[Mercedes]], and [[Flayn]]) as backups should make your experiences easier.
 
Because of Linhardt's useful spell list in both schools of magic, Linhardt would do best in a class that can use magic, like [[Warlock]], [[Bishop]], [[Mortal Savant]], etc. Linhardt also has the ever-useful spell [[Warp]], which should make him one of the more valued utility units. Given that he cannot promote to [[Gremory]], he can alternatively make for an acceptable [[Dark Bishop]], though the class itself is not superb. Mortal Savant is another option, but the class does not provide additional spell charges and he will not be able to make good use of swords due to his below-average strength. [[Holy Knight]] is another good master class for Linhardt and fully expands on his movement and his utility, but does not provide him with additional charges like Bishop does. Like many other mages, he should be kept as a back unit for supportive magic and healing. Thanks to his low HP and Defense, one hit from a physical unit will most likely lead to his death, so stay alert and cautious. Other than that, Linhardt is a mid-tier healer, so recruiting any other Faith Magic specialist ([[Marianne]], [[Mercedes]], and [[Flayn]]) as backups should make your experiences easier.
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