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The fundamentals of a good party are:

  • The Bard.
  • At least two spellcasters. New players should employ three spellcasters.
  • Hard-hitting or well-armored people who can clean up annoying monsters and protect the above characters. Experienced players may be able to accomplish this through summoned / recruited monsters.

For all of these parties, the seventh character is only recruited at either the end of The Destiny Knight, after the Destiny Wand is reforged, or at the beginning of The Thief of Fate, a game in which you never need to allow any NPCs into your party.

Recommended party for beginners: Edit

  1. Monk
  2. Paladin (change to Geomancer)
  3. Bard
  4. Conjurer
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician
  7. Rogue (move to slot 4 when he gets strong enough)

The intent is that you would spend a large amount of time building up your magic users to the point where finding enough SP-cost-reducing equipment and casting TRZP repeatedly are non-issues.

Offense-oriented party: Edit

  1. Monk
  2. Hunter (change to Geomancer after clearing out most of Malefia, for the purpose of casting WAWA)
  3. Bard
  4. Conjurer
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician
  7. Rogue (move to slot 4 when he gets strong enough)

You had better be prepared to visit the temple or rest in the inn quite often in the early game. Later on, though, you will be nearly unstoppable.

Challenge party: Edit

  1. Monk
  2. Paladin (change to Geomancer)
  3. Bard
  4. Rogue
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician
  7. Conjurer (train into a Chronomancer)

A decrease of 50% in recommended magical power is indeed challenging, but at least you'll have a Rogue ready for The Thief of Fate if he can survive.

Cheap party: Edit

  1. Monk
  2. Monk
  3. Monk (change to Geomancer)
  4. Bard
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician
  7. Conjurer (train into a Chronomancer)

Most useful for the early game of Tales of the Unknown, in which gold can be quite scarce.

Orthodox party: Edit

  1. Paladin (change to Geomancer)
  2. Hunter
  3. Bard
  4. Rogue
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician
  7. Conjurer (train into a Chronomancer)

The very concept of the Monk within the context of D&D-inspired games is troublesome for some players. This party should be decently effective without relying too much on metagaming or non-orthodox D&D concepts.

Only the first two games: Edit

  1. Monk
  2. Paladin
  3. Hunter
  4. Bard
  5. Conjurer
  6. Magician

Magic should be reserved for seriously life-threatening situations.

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