Bard
Character Bard.png
Bard concept art for RO.
Info
Job Tier 2nd Class
Job Base Archer (male)
RO Job Bonuses
STR AGI VIT INT DEX LUK
+2 +7 +3 +5 +9 +4
RO2 Job Bonuses
STR AGI VIT INT WIS
none none none none none

Bards are traveling musicians with the ability to perform magic through song. They can partner up with Dancers to initiate powerful spells.

Bards are only available in Ragnarok Online.

Background

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Job Change Quest

See Bard Job Change

Notable Bards

Races

Only male Normans can become Bards.

Armor

The Bard costume as seen in RO2.

Bards can only equip gear designated as:

  • Bard Class Only
  • 2nd Class Only
  • All Classes

Weapons

Bards can utilize the following weapons:

Abilities

Almost all Bard skills were localized to completely different names in the international version of Ragnarok Online (iRO). This list is the English translation of the original names from the original version of the game (kRO).

Solo Skills Ensemble Skills Quest Skills
RO MusicLessons.png Music Lessons RO InvulnerableSiegfried.png Invulnerable Siegfried RO PangVoice.png Pang Voice
RO MusicalStrike.png Musical Strike RO DrumOnTheBattlefield.png Drum on the Battlefield
RO Dissonance.png Dissonance RO LokisVeil.png Loki's Veil
RO FrostJoker.png Frost Joker RO EternalChaos.png Eternal Chaos
RO AppleOfIdunn.png Apple of Idunn RO Lullaby.png Lullaby
RO AWhistle.png A Whistle RO MrKimARichMan.png Mr. Kim, A Rich Man
RO PoemOfBragi.png Poem of Bragi RO IntoTheAbyss.png Into the Abyss
RO AssassinCrossOfSunset.png Assassin Cross of Sunset RO RingOfNibelungen.png The Ring of Nibelungen
RO Encore.png Encore RO RagnarokSkill.png Ragnarok
RO AdaptationToCircumstances.png Adaptation to Circumstances

Advanced Jobs

Bards can go on to become a Minstrel or transcend to Clown.

1st Class 2nd Class 3rd Class Transcendant
Archer Bard Minstrel Clown

Trivia

  • In medieval Gaelic and British culture a bard was a professional poet, employed by a patron, such as a monarch or nobleman, to commemorate the patron's ancestors and to praise the patron's own activities.[1]

Gallery

References

  1. Bard 2013 Mar.
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