Symphony of War: The Nephilim Saga – Full Class Promotion Tree

This is a simple image that shows not only every promotion path in the game, but the tiers of units, the unique promotions, and the resource requirements to level up.

Guide to Full Class Promotion Tree

The Class Tree

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  • Red squares and arrows indicate a unique promotion path only that class can use.
  • Crossbowman and Archers uniquely promote to Warbow.
  • Apprentices promote to the three Mages only.
  • Swordfighter promotes to Valkyrie but not Paladin.

The rest should be self-explanatory. Happy gaming!

7 Comments

  1. Purple on Mages means only Apprentices can promote to Mages.
    Blue on Archer/Crossbowman indicate they can promote to Warbow. Of the two only Archer can promote to Raider and Samurai.
    Swordfighter can promote to Valkyrie but not Paladin, hence the purple arrow.
    Finally, red boxes/arrows indicate a unique promotion path only those classes have. Other classes don’t have access.

  2. One thing I wish they had added were Hero Class Upgrades. I don’t know if you ever played Langrisser (Warsong) on sega genesis or a ROM, because this game reminds me a lot of that, except that there, instead of troop upgrades there were hero upgrades (which unlocked new troops).
    Anyway, I was hoping to upgrade the main char at some point and seeing this is slightly disappointing.

  3. Absolutely amazing, makes navigating promotion paths so much easier at a glance. I’m also just a spreadsheet/table nerd so seeing this brings me great joy.

    • the colored boxes and arrows make it clear which units _exactly_ can promote to which other units so you don’t get them confused.

      Purple on Mages means only Apprentices can promote to Mages.
      Blue on Archer/Crossbowman indicate they can promote to Warbow. Of the two only Archer can promote to Raider and Samurai.
      Swordfighter can promote to Valkyrie but not Paladin, hence the purple arrow.
      Finally, red boxes/arrows indicate a unique promotion path only those classes have. Other classes don’t have access.

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