Rondo of Swords - Features - Skill Points

Skill Points

Players will earn Skill points throughout the game, which in turn lets them purchase various skills. These include Magic and Supportive skills that are unique to each character. However, not only will characters will be able to purchase new skills, but also they will get to strengthen the ones they already have. They earn skill points by leveling up.

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