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The player characters (referred to in-game as Adventurers or Dungeon Fighters) of Dungeon Fighter Online along with Seria Kirmin.

Within the game, the player can play a variety of characters and classes. Each class bears its own unique set of fighting skills necessary to face off against the dangerous monsters and creatures that dwell in the dungeons of Arad. As adventurers rise in level, each class can specialize further into subclasses, opening up even more skills.

There is a total of sixteen playable classes in total, fourteen of them consists of the primary classes that exist within Dungeon Fighter Online. They are:

Two of the sixteen classes, however, are more unique compared to the fourteen basic classes in terms of gameplay, growth and design. The only stipulation is that unlike the regular classes, they are only accessible if one regular character of any class is level 70 or above. These two classes are:

  • Dark Knight, a combo-based Male Slayer variant.
  • Creator, a Female Mage variant that can unleash destructive elemental barrages with only a mouse instead of hotkeys.

Each class listed can further specialize into a sub-class at level 15 by completing a specific quest chain. Upon completion, the character will become the new specialized class and receive a class-exclusive cosmetic change (e.g. Berserker - glowing red eyes). Your choice of subclass will dramatically affect your character's play experience in a number of ways, as each subclass possesses their own unique mechanics and thematic differences. But if in doubt, just pick the subclass that you think resonates most with you.


At level 50, the character can complete the First Awakening quest chain, gaining a few powerful abilities exclusive to their subclass and upgrades relative to their previous skills. Each Awakening grants a total of four skills (or in the Exorcist's case, five): one "Ultimate" skill (which is distinguished with an orange-red gradient instead of a solid color), a passive skill and two new skills of either type.

At level 75, the character is eligible for a Second Awakening, which provides far more stronger enhancements to the class and a new cosmetic change to the character akin to choosing a subclass. Every 5 levels after unlocks a new skill and each 2nd Awakening averages a total of four, rarely five skills, including another powerful "Ultimate" skill.

At level 100, the character can advance further via Neo Awakening after a small series of prerequisite quests. Unlike the previous awakenings, Neo Awakenings have smaller skillset but also has adjusts former skills (I.E. Level 85 Second Awakening attacks will follow the same logic as Level 50 Awakening attacks) and all are available for use upon advancement.

The Dark Knight and Creator are special variants of existing classes that do not possess any class advancements and undergoes a different process to obtain their Awakening.

  • For Job Advancements for Slayers, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Fighters, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Gunners, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Mages, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Priests, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Thieves, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Knights, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Demonic Lancers, see here.
  • For Job Advancements for Agents, see here.
  • For Supplementary Quests for Dark Knight and Creator, see here.

Class List

Anything denoted by an asterisk (*) is based on overseas content. Names are subject to change at any time.

Base Class Sub Class 1st Awakening Title 2nd Awakening Title
Male Slayer Blade Master Grand Master Omniblade
Soul Bender Soul Reaper Dark Lord
Berserker Hell Bringer Blood Evil
Asura Silent Eye Indra
Ghostblade Yaksha Rakshasa
Female Slayer Sword Master Noblesse Majesty
Demon Slayer Demonbane Deicide
Vagabond Dualist Sword Dancer
Dark Templar Dark Empress Nemesis
Male Fighter Nen Master Radiant Lion Nen Emperor
Striker Dragon Fist Tyrant
Brawler Rampager Hades
Grappler Juggernaut Titan
Female Fighter Nen Master Blazing Flower Nen Empress
Striker Champion Kaiser
Brawler Hellcat Black Widow
Grappler Dervish Ultimate Diva
Male Gunner Ranger Desperado Raven
Launcher Wrecking Ball Destroyer
Mechanic Machinist Prime
Spitfire General Marshal
Female Gunner Ranger Bloodia Crimson Rose
Launcher Demolitionist Storm Bringer
Mechanic Metalheart Optimus
Spitfire Valkyrie Freyja
Male Mage Elemental Bomber Warlock Oblivion
Glacial Master Hell Freezer Eternal
Blood Mage Bloodseeker Vampire Lord
Swift Master Tempest Aiolos
Dimension Walker Divergent Ascendant
Female Mage Elementalist Archmage Overmind
Summoner Lunar Princess Eclipse
Battle Mage Bellatrix Astarte
Witch Trickster Geniewiz
Enchantress Black Maiden Hekate
Male Priest Crusader Paladin Saint
Monk Templar Justice
Exorcist Hyperion Draconid
Avenger Doom Guardian Immortal
Female Priest Crusader Evangelist Seraph
Inquisitor Hellkite Inferno
Shaman Oracle Divineress
Mistress Sin Sayer Redeemer
Thief Rogue Silver Moon Alcyone
Necromancer Defiler Thanatos
Kunoichi Izunabi Shiranui
Shadow Dancer Nightmare Grim Reaper
Knight Elven Knight Peacemaker Gaia
Chaos Demon Queen Demon God
Lightbringer Archangel Savior
Dragon Knight Braveheart Dreadnought
Demonic Lancer Vanguard Revenant Warlord
Skirmisher Highlander Durandal
Impaler Abbadon Erebus
Dragoon Leviathan Deimos
Agent Secret Agent Enforcer Executioner
Troubleshooter Wild Card Renegade
Hitman Big Boss Godfather
Specialist Core Master Pathfinder

For help deciding on a class, try the Class Comparison tables.

The limit to the amount of characters per account is 21. The amount of characters per account can be expanded through character slot coupons that are sold in the Cera shop or given out during events.