|Skills obtained by advancing in the Ghost Gladiator Class:|
|Obtained from Main Class only:||[Ghost Counter Lv.1]||Obtained at Lv.1:||[Attack Gauge Lv.1]|
|Obtained at Lv.1:||[Combat Arts Lv.1]||Obtained at Lv.10:||[Defense Gauge Lv.1]|
|Obtained at Lv.20:||[Undead Persistence Lv.1]||Obtained at Lv.30:||[Fighting Spirit Lv.1]|
|Obtained at Lv.40:||[Battle Cry Lv.1]||Obtained at Lv.50:||[Hate for Life Lv.1]|
The Ghost Gladiator is one of the many race-specific Gladiator classes, each one being a potential evolution of the Soldier class. It is considered one of the purest Warrior-line classes, with Ghost Gladiator being one that represents the undead races.
Like all Gladiator classes, Ghost Gladiator grants access to the [Attack Gauge] and [Defense Gauge] skills. Both fill a special "Gladiator Gauge", a special mechanic that acts as an extra energy reserve that any Gladiator can use to compensate for SP and MP to use Arts or Skills, but not magic.
Skills that make use of the Gladiator Gauge itself include [Fighting Spirit] and [Battle Cry]. The first skill is a passive skill that improves the rate the Gladiator Gauge is filled, while the second one is an active skill that grants a small boost in stats and increases the rate the Gauge increases, but prevents the Gladiator from tapping into the Gauge for other skills or Arts.
Ghost Gladiator also gives the classic [Combat Arts], which lets the Gladiator in question use Arts of any weapon-type, even martial arts, but only Arts that are included in the original skills up to Lv.20.
Unique to the Ghost Gladiator class, compared to the other Gladiator-type classes, are the three skills: [Ghost Counter], [Undead Persistance], and [Hate for Life].
[Ghost Counter] is a 2nd-tier evolution of the [Counter] skill that grants additional defense and counter-damage thanks to the Undead attribute.
[Undead Persistance] takes a hint from the undead's natural low fuel consumption by reducing their need for SP even more.
[Hate for Life] makes any living beings within an area around the Ghost Gladiator require more SP to move, use Arts, or anything that may require SP.
Mira's comment: Iron must have picked this after he noticed he didn't have enough MP for that metal dragon of his.
Revi's comment: Instead of an MP-upgrade, I would say his SP is better than ever though.