There are currently eighteen characters in the Philippine release of Grand Chase. Each has their own, unique way of fighting, and each possess unique skills in combat.Originally the game only contained three characters: Elesis the Knight, Lire the Archer, and Arme the Magician. As Grand Chase expanded, more characters have been introduced, and each of them have been given extra unlockable classes to improve their fighting abilities.
New characters that have been introduced include Ronan the Spell Knight, Lass the Thief, Ryan the Druid, Amy the Dancer, Jin the Fighter, Sieghart the Gladiator, Mari the Ether Tech , Dio the Stygian, Zero the Wanderer, Ley the Summoner, Luxus the Bounty Hunter, Rin the Mystic, Asin the Taoist , Lime the Holy Knight, and Edel the Captain. These new characters can be unlocked by purchasing scrolls from the shop and performing the tasks on the Missions they contain, though Sieghart is introduced as the fourth starting character in Korea's server and Rin in North America's server and Phillipines Server. Generally, there is a GP and Cash version of each scroll, with the Cash version being much, much easier compared to the GP mission.
- Each character is restricted to a specific class.
- For new accounts, there are only 4 characters available – Elesis (Knight), Lire (Archer), Arme (Magician), and Rin (Mystic).
- To get other characters, one must purchase through Shop by using Cash or GP. Once purchased, a mission must be accomplished before acquiring the character.
Characters & ClassesEdit
Below each character is listed alongside its job progression. In the current version of the Phillipine Server only , the following characters and classes are available:
|Elesis, Lire, Arme, Lass, Ryan, Ronan, Amy, Jin, Sieghart, Mari, Dio, Zero, Ley, Luxus, Rin||1st-4th|
Character Stat DistributionEdit
Stats can increase by leveling up or unlocking job advancements. However, majority of stats will come from wearing equipment. While most equipment including their properties give the same stats regardless of character, all standard basic equipment (Helm, Upper Armor, Lower Armor, Gloves and Shoes) give varying amounts.
Note: The difference of stats from basic equipment between different characters is actually minor, even between Very High and Low. This table only serves to explain the discrepancy of stats between different characters wearing the same equipment. Also, the total stats of similar sets are always equal. Likewise, the average stat distribution of each character is always Neutral.