Bravely Second: End Layer is a Japanese role-playing video game developed by Silicon Studio and published by Square Enix for the Nintendo 3DS, and is the sequel to Bravely Default.
Bravely Second is a traditional role-playing video game with turn-based action, and reuses the battle system of its predecessor Bravely Default. This allows players to build up "brave points" (BP), or the number of user turns per character at any given time. On any turn, characters can "default", to guard, and gain an additional BP, or "brave" multiple times, to use up BP and act multiple times on the same turn.
New to the game is a chain-battle feature where a player who defeats a random encounter may continue to battle enemies in succession for greater risk and reward. Players can receive up to three times the amount of experience and money. This also allows the player to level up each character's "Job Points" (JP). Each character has access to many different jobs, (up to a total of 30) by gaining that job's asterisk. The asterisk is usually held by another character in gameworld with that class.
Bravely Default's sidequests have been revamped; players encounter two Eternian asterisk holders in an argument about an ethical dilemma, and the player must resolve the conflict with the reward being the loser's asterisk.
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