With the new Starfall Fantasy: Neverland already out and available for everyone to download, it’s time to dive in and take a look at what this game has to offer. Specifically, as a mobile MMORPG, we’re quite interested in learning about what all the different classes have to offer, as we believe this is an important part of any game in this genre. After all, even when you’re already done maxing out your current character, starting over with a new class is like playing a totally different game, if the gameplay differences are significant enough.

Tables of Contents

  1. Caliburn – Powerful Melee Attacker
  2. Virtuoso – Merciless Ranged DPS
  3. Eremite – Beefy Melee Tank
  4. Starfall – Agile Ranged DPS

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

In the case of Starfall Fantasy, this new game has four different classes to choose from as of launch, each of which has their own unique traits, stats, skills, and general play styles. As such, we expect some players, especially newcomers, to be on the fence about which one to choose as their starting class, and more so if they’re completely new to MMORPGs. Luckily, if you play Starfall Fantasy on PC with BlueStacks, you won’t have to choose as our Android app player lets you play on all classes at the same time using the Instance Manager. Check out our BlueStacks usage guide for Starfall Fantasy if you want to learn more about this feature.

With that being said, in this article we’re going to take a look at the different classes in Starfall Fantasy, as well as mention their general play style along with our overall recommendations for each one.

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

Let’s begin!

Caliburn – Powerful Melee Attacker

Starfall Fantasy is a game about fast farming and grinding, which means that all characters usually have kits focused around dealing AoE damage so that they can dispatch large groups of enemies in short order. In the case of the Caliburn class, this powerful melee warrior uses their mighty sword to cleave enemies apart, reveling in close combat encounters.

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

This class relies on its mix of generous defensive attributes along with high ATK stat, which turns him into a powerful threat when up close and personal. On top of that, the Caliburn has a high DEF BRK stat, which means that his attacks are less likely to be blocked by enemies. As such, he uses overwhelming might to trounce his foes one by one, whether they are squishy foes or armored enemies—no one is safe from Caliburn’s unrelenting assault.

This combination of attack and defense makes Caliburn an ideal class for newcomers to the game, as well as for beginners to MMORPGs in general, as he’s quite strong and isn’t very punishing in the case of player mistakes. If you’re just getting started, you really can’t go wrong with this class.

Virtuoso – Merciless Ranged DPS

The Virtuoso is basically the complete opposite of the Caliburn when it comes to their play style. This class is all about bombarding enemies from afar with powerful musical blows, being capable of inflicting heavy ranged AoE damage, making this class ideal for glass cannon builds, or for players that enjoy clearing out hordes of enemies without letting them get close.

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

However, this class’ ranged prowess comes at a cost. Specifically, their defenses are quite low compared to the Caliburn, which means that players will need to be extra careful not to get overwhelmed by large hordes of enemies, unless you want to be defeated in a matter of seconds. This weakness is further compounded by the fact that Virtuoso doesn’t have much in the way of mobility, which adds even more importance to proper positioning and distancing yourself from enemies.

All of these factors add up to make the Virtuoso a great class for more experienced players, though we don’t recommend starting out with this one until you’re a bit more familiarized with the flow of combat in Starfall Fantasy.

Eremite – Beefy Melee Tank

While Caliburn offers a great mix between offense and defense, Eremite is more leaning towards the latter, being the only designated tanking class in the game. Nevertheless, as a melee class, their play style is quite similar to the Caliburn, in the fact that most combat will boil down to closing the distance between the enemies and themselves, and then spamming skills until everyone is defeated.

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

There’s really not much to say about the Eremite other than they’re a weaker version of the Caliburn, having a similar skill set, but with significantly less damage values. Regardless, they have much higher defensive stats, making them into a very tough nut to crack against most enemies.

If you prefer beefy classes that can withstand a lot of damage, then the Eremite is definitely your best bet—just don’t expect to inflict a ton of damage yourself with this class.

Starfall – Agile Ranged DPS

Last but not least, the Starfall class.

Starfall Fantasy: Neverland Class Guide - A Look at the Different Classes in the Game

While the Eremite is a weaker but tankier version of the Caliburn, the Starfall is actually a more mobile version of the Virtuoso, which means that there’s a more significant tradeoff to consider here. As such, the Starfall specializes in hit-and-run tactics that allows them to dodge and evade enemy attacks while keeping the pressure up at all times. In this sense, it’s a class with a high skill ceiling that is more difficult to master than the rest, though in the right hands they can reign supreme, particularly in the tougher encounters.

We recommend the Starfall for the more experienced Starfall Fantasy players, as their play style can be a bit unforgiving. Nevertheless, you shouldn’t have any issues playing with any class if you have even a bit of experience with these types of games.

All in all, the classes in Starfall Fantasy are quite balanced. And while there are some classes that are more beginner-friendly than others, such as the Caliburn class, all of them are perfectly viable for all types of content.