This Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job guide will teach you the class overview & review, best weapon, all skills and the unique accessory for the Hitman job.
If you’re playing Yakuza Like a Dragon, you’ll eventually recruit the quiet and myserious Joon-gi Han. If you’re planning on using Joon-gi Han in your party, you’re going to want to learn all about his unique Hitman job.
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This Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job Guide will give you an overview of the job itself, a review of how well the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job stacks up against the other jobs in the game, the locations for the unique Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job equipment, and a list of all skills the Hitman job gains access to.
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ALL – Freelancer – Hero – Detective – Homeless Guy – Barmaid – Clerk – Hitman – Gangster – Bodyguard – Host – Foreman – Musician – Breaker – Enforcer – Chef – Fortuneteller – Idol – Hostess – Dealer – Night Queen – Devil Rocker – Matriarch
So, without further ado, here is the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job guide.
Overview & Review- Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job
Joon-gi Han’s unique Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job is average at best. It boasts access to all the different forms of physical damage (blunt, bladed and gun), as well as extremely high speed, but its attack power leaves a lot to be desired.
In terms of classic RPG archetypes, Hitman is most similar to an Assassin.
Where Hitman falters is its complete lack of access to any good multi-target attacks. It gets Divine Shot, which hits in a huge area, but Divine Shot is relatively weak. At a time in the game where most other classes can wipe out entire enemy teams in one shot, Hitman struggles to bring enemies down to half HP.
His Essence-level skill, Essence of Trick Shots, actually seems to be weaker than Divine Shot, because it only deals full damage when a single enemy is on the screen (perhaps the worst added effect possible for a target-all attack).
To top it off, Hitman doesn’t gain any Attack stat bonuses, instead piling up tons and tons of Dexterity bonuses, which seem to increase critical chance. Increased crit chance is somewhat useful… once you’ve swapped from the Hitman job to a job with decent attack power.
Hitman’s ultimate weapon doesn’t even have any special effects. It’s just a strong weapon with a small agility bonus.
Hitman does indeed get a lot of turns thanks to its exceptional agility, but the moves it makes when it gets those turns are underwhelming. It’s probably better to turn Joon-gi Han into something else in the long run, like a Breaker or a Host. Thanks to his well balanced stats, he does well in pretty much every job.
Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Best Weapon
The best weapon for the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job is called the Darksilver Fists EX EX. Like all the best weapons, it’s obtained by upgrading a low level base weapon at the Romance Workshop in the Commercial District in Ijincho.
The base weapon you need is the Inlaid Gloves, which you can buy at the Casino in Chinatown in Ijincho for 500 points.
To finish upgrading the weapon, you need a Dragon Knuckles, which you can win from the 10th Floor of the Sotenbori Battle Arena or you can buy at Le Marche in Kamurocho for 10 million yen.
Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Accessory
The Job Experience accessory for the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job is pretty easy to obtain. It’s called the Bullet of Memory. You can get one from Substory 25 and you can get a second one from a gold chest in Kamurocho in the building across from Lullaby Mahjong where you meet Adachi’s detective friend.
Since you can obtain multiple Bullets of Memory, Hitman is able to equip two at once to boost its job experience by 2x.
Character Skills – Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job
Every job in Yakuza Like a Dragon has two specific Character Skills, which, once learned, can be used by that character no matter which job class they’ve been assigned.
For the Hitman job, the character skills are:
Rapid Shot: Take out dual pistols and repeatedly shoot up an enemy.
Phantom Shift: Joon-gi Han heightens his focus to the limit, boosting Accuracy and Evasion.
Rapid Shot has its uses because as a multihit attack it reliably makes short work of the Invested Vagrants you’ll be farming throughout the game in order to grind experience.
Phantom Shift, on the other hand, is completely useless and you’ll forget you have it almost as soon as you acquire it. There’s just not much need in Like a Dragon for temporary defensive buffs.
Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Skills
Here are all the skills that the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman job gains access to, as well as the levels learned and the effects:
|Job Level||Skill Name||Description|
|1||Head Trauma||Damage an enemy by grabbing them by hte head and striking them.|
|1||Combo Beat||Damage an enemy with repeated strikes.|
|1||Sniper Shot||Damage an enemy with an expertly aimed gunshot.|
|2||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|4||Banshee Bayonet||Joon-gi Han hones in on an enemy, becomes unseen, then unleashes a powerful attack next turn.|
|6||Rapid Shot||(Character Skill) Take out dual pistols and repeatedly shoot up an enemy.|
|8||Dexterity +5||Permanently boost Dexterity by 5.|
|10||Point Blank||Damage an enemy by aiming a shot directly at their heart. May leave the enemy stunned or even knocked out.|
|12||Cheap Shot||Damage an enemy by stomping on their foot and striking them.|
|14||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|16||Neck Twister||Heavily damage an enemy by grappling their neck.|
|18||Divine Shot||Damage all enemies within a certain range.|
|20||Dexterity +5||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 5.|
|22||Essence of Phantom Drive||Damage an enemy with quick slashes from a karambi. Has a high chance of leaving the enemy bleeding.|
|24||Phantom Shift||(Character Skill) Joon-gi Han heightens his focus to the limit, boosting Accuracy and Evasion|
|26||Agility +10||Permanently boosts Agility by 10.|
|28||Essence of Trick Shots||Heavily damage all enemies with complicated firearm movements. Deals higher damage when there are less enemies.|
|30||Dexterity +10||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 10.|
|35||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|40||Dexterity +5||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 5.|
|45||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|50||Dexterity +5||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 5.|
|55||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|60||Dexterity +5||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 5.|
|65||Agility +5||Permanently boosts Agility by 5.|
|70||Dexterity +5||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 5.|
|75||Agility +10||Permanently boosts Agility by 10.|
|80||Dexterity +10||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 10.|
|85||Agility +10||Permanently boosts Agility by 10.|
|90||Dexterity +10||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 10.|
|95||Agility +10||Permanently boosts Agility by 10.|
|99||Dexterity +10||Permanently boosts Dexterity by 10.|
That about covers it for the Yakuza Like a Dragon Hitman Job Guide. Be sure to check the Yakuza Like a Dragon section for more Yakuza guides, check out the main page for more guides for a variety of games, and feel free to check out my Yakuza Like a Dragon review on YouTube.