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FULL Bravely Default 2 Oracle Job Guide

This Bravely Default 2 Oracle job guide will give a rundown of the Bravely Default 2 Oracle job as well as a complete list of abilities and specialties.

If you’re playing Bravely Default 2, you’re going to want to know as much as you can about the jobs you’ve acquired, the jobs you have coming up to acquire, and the locked abilities that are available late game from job level 12-15. This series of Bravely Default 2 Jobs Guides will teach you everything you need to know about all of the jobs that are available in Bravely Default 2. You can find the information on a single page or visit pages dedicated to specific jobs individually.

This is the Bravely Default 2 Oracle job guide.

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Bravely Default 2 Oracle

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Rating – Bravely Default 2 Oracle

Bravely Default 2 Oracle Job Overview
In Bravely Default 2 Oracle is deeply, deeply underwhelming, especially since you get it right after the arguably broken Spiritmaster job. Elemental Supplement is kind of nice, and Hastega is decent, but otherwise it’s a questionable upgrade to a standard Black Mage. Triple sounds nice in theory, but usually if an enemy is weak to one of the 3 core magic elements, it resists or absorbs the opposite one. And, as I mentioned in the Bard section, Spiritmaster’s Purebringer clears buffs, so if you want to use Elemental Supplement or Hastega, you have to forego having a Spiritmaster.

Chapter Unlocked: 3

Upgrade Location: Halls of Tribulation IV

Specialties

In One’s Element
Attacks targeting elemental weaknesses deal 40% more damage and elemental magic costs 40% less to perform.

Moonlighting
Sub-job stat adjustments and weapon aptitudes are applied to the user’s main job.

Abilities

Job LevelNameDescription
1QuickEnable an ally to deliver 50% more hits with the ‘Attack’ command for two turns.
2SlowAttempt to slow a target down.
3HasteMake a target able to act more quickly for three turns.
4Elemental ImpairmentReduce a target’s resistance to a selected element for two turns.
5TriplePerform up to three quick fire, water or lightning magic attacks on a target.
6Elemental SupplementImbue a target’s regular attacks (performed with the ‘Attack’ command) and attacking abilities with a selected element for two turns.
7ReflectPlace a magic-reflecting barrier in front of a target for two turns.
8StopAttempt to stop a target.
9Elemental WardIncrease a target’s resistance to a selected element for three turns.
10Noble Sacrifice(Passive) When the user is knocked unconscious, any unconscious allies will be revived with full HP. One use per battle.
11TriplaraPerform up to three fire, water or lightning magic attacks on a target in quick succession.
12HastegaMake a target act a lot more quickly for three turns.
13QuickgaEnable an ally to deliver 100% more hits with the ‘Attack’ command for two turns.
14SlowgaAttempt to slow a target down significantly.
15TriplegaPerform up to three powerful fire, water or lightning magic attacks on a target in quick succession.

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    Ryan Night is a lifelong RPG fan who had 10 year career in the games industry at various publishers and has been writing guides for RPGs since the early 2000s. He has written over 600 guides for over 70 games. His favorite games of all time include Final Fantasy 7, Persona 5 Royal, Suikoden 2, Metal Gear Solid and Baldur's Gate 3. In addition to writing for Bright Rock Media, Ryan is also a novelist who enjoys travel, music and all kinds of media.

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