LoreEditNo one knows how or where the Scout class began. We can only guess at our roots using documents found in the Guild Guide. Which is known to be the most reliable story of our history.
"After the Genesis War, Akene fell into a sleep, so Tertis, leader of dragons, led the remaining dragons to the Recko Mountains and disappeared. But Tertis could not suppress his nature and began to abuse his power. Artesia, the water dragon, was forced to seal him away. The remaining six dragons scattered all over Glenheim.
Sabrina, the wind and lightening dragon, wandered Tampera and found the descendants of Arad, the black dragon who had died after angering Akene. Boombus, one of Arad's hunter descendants, was trying to create a new way of battle that combined the hunter's physical skills with bombs and traps. He failed every time and was rejected by his family, who had all followed the assassin's path. Sabrina saw something in Boombus, so she taught him how to carve the dragon language on bombs and traps and disappeared without revealing his identity. With the help of Sabrina, Boombus became one of the deadliest people in all of Glenheim. He named his followers Scouts, a class that would soon be ranked alongside the Assassins..."
- Treasure Hound Guild Guide, Class Change, Chapter 8 Scout -
Hunters move quickly and instinctively, and then can swiftly dispatch any enemy they set their eagle eyes upon. Hunters move like the wind, which enables them to develop unique skill branches. One branch are the scouts, who use gunpowder and extensive hunting tools against their foes. They enhance gunpowder and arrows with magical properties to cause deadly explosions. It is said that top Scouts can lure their enemies into traps with a single hand gesture or kill them with a single blow.
The Scout is a long range fighting class focused on remote attacks, using various traps. Their specialty is the enchantment-based elemental attacks from afar. And they can use both physical and magical attacks.
Their right hand carries a dagger or blade, their left a single bow.