No one knows how or where the Berserker class began. We can only guess at our roots using documents found in various ruins and relics. The Ancient Treasure Hounds Guild Guide is known to be the most reliable story of our history.
"The Following can be found in the swordsman document written ba Cha Dramaik, the disciple who stood against the greedy golem Galloon.
Well-versed in the swordsmanship of a Blademaster, Cha Dramaik earning himself the reputation of the best sword in all Glenheim. Even so, he never ceased to try and become even better.
As he aged, he realized he needed to pass down a legancy, so he gathered his most talented disciples and started to teach them everything he knew about swords. People called these disciples of Cha Dramaik, the Berserkers....(omitted)"
-Treasure Hound Guild Guide,Class,Chapter 4,Berserker-
Fighters who fight enemies face to face on the front line believe that physical strength is the only true path to glory. But, like brothers raised in different homes, fighters vary in their styles and methods.
The Berserkers of Sarad carry enormous swords, swinging them with the force of giants. Their strength is the stuff of legend, and some claim to have seen berserkers shatter right through the thickest armor. The greatest berserkers can even accelerate their own metabolism for even stronger attacks that annihilate their enemies in the blink of an eye.
Berserkers are well known for their massive greatswords and their powerful charges. They might be the slowest fighters, but their unrelenting power can quickly overwhelm any enemy.Berkersers can use Blood Points to increase the range and combo skills. This makes Berserkers well suited to Fighters who want to use combos to their full extent
Giant Bash IEdit
|Skill effect||Brad impact|
|Physical Damage||Upper attack|
|One||One||Learning already||Seven||9.0||9.0||120% +130||180% +195|
|Two||Four||Five||Twelve||130% +156||195% +234|
|Three||Nine||24||140% +182||210% + 273|
|Four||13||34||150% +208||225% +312|
|Five||17||47||160% +234||240% +351|
|Six||21||Sixty||170% +260||255% +390|
|Seven||25||75||180% +286||270% +429|
|Eight||29||91||190% +312||285% +468|
|Nine||33||108||200% +338||300% +507|
|10 (Master)||37||127||210% +364||
Giant Upper IEdit