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|Weapon||Nasod Gears, Nasod Assistants: Oberon, Ophelia, Ferdinand|
|Class Tree||Eve > Code: Architecture > Code: Empress|
18 February 2010
24 November 2011
December 14th, 2011
14 March 2012
Ophelia, Oberon. Let's get this over with.
Unlike Oberon, Ophelia uses magic attacks by using a variety of electronics. Ophelia is also used for many combo starters and juggles, due to her additional combos that can easily send her opponent in the air.
Eve started to realize she reached battle limitations with Oberon, so she decided to construct an improved Nasod Robot, named Ophelia to help Eve and Oberon in battle. Together Oberon and Ophelia combine their attacks, launching surprise attacks that leave their enemies flustered. With a throne of numerous Nasod servants, bring victory from battle as an Elegant Ruler, the Code: Empress!
Second Class Advancement
At Lv35, Code: Architecture can advance into Code: Empress. The second class advancement quest is obtained from Ariel, the event NPC located in every town.
- Talk to Altera Chief Adel in Altera.
- Collect 1 Nasod Common Core from any Nasod monster in Altera. [Rare or Extremely rare drop]
- Talk to Lento in Feita
- Collect drops from monster throughout the Feita region:
- 45 Fine Screw from any Glitter monsters.
- 20 Soft Cloth from Lantern Fly.
- 15 Golem Cores from any Golem monsters.
- A running gag is that whenever Eve loses, she uses Ophelia to humorously strangle or beat up Oberon.
- As Eve was advancing to Code: Empress she found out that she had another Nasod servant, Ophelia. Then with Praus' help they developed a weapon for her.
- Code: Empress is the only Eve job able to reduce the Knockdown ratio of the Electron balls.
- On Code: Empress's dress, there are two pins on the bottom which are similar to Ara's family crest
- Eve's servants are named after characters from Shakespearean plays.
- Oberon's name comes from A Midsummer Night's Dream
- Ophelia's name comes from Hamlet
- Ferdinand's name comes from The Tempest