All Available Vocations (Classes) in Dragon’s Dogma 2 (DD2)

Abu Taher Tamim
By Abu Taher Tamim
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Let’s look at the complete list of Vocations(Clases) in Dragon’s Dogma 2 (DD2).

Vocations (Classes) in Dragon’s Dogma 2 refer to the different character classes that players can choose from. These dictate aspects like:

  • The weapons the character can wield
  • The skills and abilities they have access to
  • How their stats (e.g., strength, magic, etc.) increase as they level up

Whether you favor the defensive prowess of the Fighter, the destructive sorcery of the Mage, or the illusory tricks of the all-new Trickster, there is a vocation to suit every play style. In this guide, I’ll go over all the available Classes (Vocations) in Dragon’s Dogma 2.

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All Classes (Vocations) in Dragon's Dogma 2
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All Vocations (Classes) in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Here are all Vocations (Classes) in Dragon’s Dogma 2 in a list:

Class (Vocation)TypeWeaponsDescription
FIGHTERBasicSwords, ShieldsA defensive front-line warrior wielding a sword and shield to protect allies.
ARCHERBasicBowsA long-range sharpshooter raining down arrows from a distance.
THIEFBasicDaggersA fast and agile striker dishing out rapid melee attacks with daggers.
MAGEBasicStavesA ranged spell caster using a staff to rain down offensive and supportive magic.
WARRIORAdvancedGreat swords, HammersA heavy-hitting juggernaut dealing crushing blows with massive two-handed weapons.
SORCERERAdvancedStavesA powerful spell caster channeling devastating area-of-effect magic through a staff.
MAGICK ARCHERExclusive to the ArisenMagick BowsA ranged magic-user firing enchanted arrows from afar.
MYSTIC SPEARHANDExclusive to the ArisenDuospearsA versatile hybrid, wielding a duospear to blend melee and magic attacks.
TRICKSTERExclusive to the ArisenCenserAn illusionist conjuring phantasms and buffs using a smoke-spewing censer.
WARFARERExclusive to the ArisenAllA versatile jack-of-all-trades able to wield any three weapon types.
All Classes (Vocations) in Dragon’s Dogma 2

Vocations essentially define the combat role and play style of the character. For example, the Fighter vocation focuses on melee combat with a sword and shield, while the Mage is centered around casting magic spells.

The vocations are divided into three categories:

  1. Starting Vocations (e.g., Fighter, Mage, Thief, Archer) — Available from the start.
  2. Advanced Vocations (e.g., Warrior, Sorcerer) — Unlocked later in the game.
  3. Hybrid Vocations(e.g., Mystic Spearhand, Magick Archer, Trickster, Warfarer) — Combine aspects of multiple vocations and are only available to the Arisen.

You need to choose a vocation for their main character (the Arisen) as well as for the AI-controlled allies called Pawns that accompany them. This choice significantly impacts how the characters perform and grow in combat throughout the game.

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Abu Taher Tamim is a Staff Writer at GameRiv. He started playing video games when one of his uncles brought him a PS1, after it was launched. Since that day until now, he still play video games. As he loves video games so much, he became a gaming content writer.