Bravely Default Details in Jump Magazine

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New details regarding Square Enix’s 3DS RPG Bravely Default: Flying Fairy have emerged in the latest Jump magazine.

Firstly, three new jobs have been unveiled: Valkyrie, Summon Master and Hunter. What exactly they are we’re not sure, although we can probably make some educated guesses based on their names.

A wireless system known as “Abilink” has been mentioned in the magazine. As Abilink helps in strengthening your characters, it is quite possible that it is short for “Ability Link”. There have been no specifics given as to how this works.

Blood Rose is a special forces group within the main army in Bravely Default that consists of four people, who were introduced in Jump. Fore Derose is the leader of the group who frequently disguises himself (I think he’s a male…) as a homeless man while wandering the streets of the city.

Einferia Venus, Meferia Venus and Altemis Venus are all sisters, and they comprise the other three members of Blood Rose. Einferia is the eldest of the three, and her two younger siblings answer to no one but her. She learned from the same teacher as one of the main characters, Idea.

There is no word as of yet on a Western release for Bravely Default: Flying Fairy, which is out in Japan October 11.