Over the past few weeks Atlus has released information bit-by-bit about each of the playable classes in Etrian Mystery Dungeon. This week features the Dancer class.
Like the Medic and Runemaster classes, Dancers prefer to favor indirect abilities instead of direct. Their signature ability allows them to buff other party members, such as raising their attack, changing the turn order and helping out the Medic with full-party healing.
For those who aren't aware, the Mystery Dungeon titles are roguelike dungeon crawlers that take the player's group of characters through randomly generated dungeons to delve further in the dungeon and gather loot and spoils from enemies. The major change for this title is that you look at the world from a fixed overhead viewpoint as opposed to the first-person viewpoint the Etrian Odyssey series is known for.
Etrian Mystery Dungeon will be released on April 7, 2015 in North America both at retail and on the Nintendo eShop for $39.99. If you pick up the retail version at launch (until supplies last) you'll get a special launch bonus with a visual art book and soundtrack selection from the game.
Screenshots and artwork of the Dancer class can be found below.