The class series, when at its highest stage of Hull Reaver and compared to the other series at their highest respective stages, has high HP, moderate Defense and Attack, and low PP and Agility. This series' luck rating is low. Noteworthy Psynergy from an endgame perspective includes Dragon Fume and Vicious Chop, and the heaviest area-of-effect Psynergy it has is Searing Beam. Average stats from an endgame perspective are 141.67% (146% if one doesn't factor in Luck).
As of Dark Dawn, an Adept in this class series is especially likely to be affected by Delusion-inflicting effects.
|Pirate class series|
|→Vicious Chop at Pirate King class||15||ATK+87|
Eoleo's mono-elemental class is a fairly good rounded class. The class's Psynergy lineup combines various aspects of Jenna's Flame User classes, such as the Beam Psynergy series, and Garet's Guard classes, such as Protect. The class also has unique elemental physical attacks: Keelhaul and Vicious Chop. The combination leads to a class that is able to inflict damage in multiple ways.
Statistically, the Pirate class shares the same statistical multipliers as Piers' Mariner class series and Amiti's Aqua Squire class series. Like Piers, Eoleo is able to capitalize on the Average Attack due to his ability to equip Axes. However, his inability to equip Long Swords does put a slight dampener on things. The Pirate's high HP combined with Eoleo's ability to equip heavy Armor, means that the Pirate is built like a tank and possesses a great ability to absorb hits.
The main drawbacks to the class is the lower Agility, and the limited PP pool. While Eoleo is faster than the other Mars Adept, Tyrell, he's still not very fast compared to other characters. This can be remedied to an extent by equipping Agility-multiplying items like the Zol Ring or the Hover Greave. Also, much like Matthew and Tyrell, Eoleo's limited natural PP growth gets exhausted quickly, especially when considering that Searing Beam and Dragon Fume are among the more expensive Psynergies. Despite this, Eoleo is a versatile character who can function offensively or defensively.
- The Pirate class series hits the same statistical multipliers as the Aqua Squire class series and the Mariner class series, Mercury-based classes unique to Amiti and Piers respectively.