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[[Image:Hong character 1.png‎|250px|right|The Jin]]
The Jin are the closest to what we perceive as "normal". But don't let their appearance fool you. The Jin's spirit is far superior to that of the other races and thus they are far from "normal". The Jin's have the capability to master anything they put their minds to and will stop at nothing to complete a task. Their determination is clearly without equal. This gives them great advantages when training in the combat arts of Kung-Fu and blade mastery. The Jin are very opened minded and strongly inclined to justice and thus they spend their days assisting others, helping them deal with their hardships and miseries.
 
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The word "Jin" means "Unyielding Effort" in the ancient language of the eastern continent. It is this characteristic that still defines the Jin people, who make up most of the world's most celebrated people.
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Jin warriors may look fairly ordinary, and are certainly smaller than their Gon counterparts, but beneath a somewhat plain exterior lays incredible strength and tenacity, typical of the heirs of the Black Tortoise. Their versatility and never-say-die attitude gives Jin warriors a reputation that few would risk testing in the battlefield.
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Jin people are often friendly and considerate with a strong notion of right and wrong. Their warriors are often found traveling the continents, helping the needy by working selflessly wherever they were needed.
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As with all races, there is no stat benefit or perk to choosing Jin.
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==Available Classes==
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The Jin can choose from these 5 classes:
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* [[Blade Master]]
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* [[Kung Fu Master]]
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* [[Assassin]]
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* [[Warlock]]
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* [[Soul Fighter]]
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* [[Gunslinger]]
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* [[Warden]]
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* [[Zen Archer]]
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==Trivia==
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*In early Korean beta tests, [[Force Master]] was available as a class to Jins. This was later removed for the official release, and Jin cannot be FMs in any version of ''Blade & Soul'' currently available.
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== Media ==
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=== Screenshots ===
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<gallery>
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File:Jin Assassin Female.png| Jin Assassin Female
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File:Jin Assassin Male.png| Jin Assassin Male
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File:Jin Blade Master Male.png| Jin Blade Master Male
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File:Jin Blade Master Female.png| Jin Blade Master Female
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File:Jin Gunslinger Female.png|Jin Gunslinger Female
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File:Jin Gunslinger Male.png|Jin Gunslinger Male
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File:Jin Kung Fu Master Female.png| Jin Kung Fu Master Female
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File:Jin Kung Fu Master Male.png| Jin Kung Fu Master Male
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File:Jin Soul Fighter Female.png|Jin Soul Fighter Female
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File:Jin Force Master Male.png|Jin Soul Fighter Male
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File:Jin Warlock Female.png|Jin Warlock Female
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File:Jin Warlock Male.png|Jin Warlock Male
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</gallery>
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Latest revision as of 04:27, 2 October 2019

The Jin

The word "Jin" means "Unyielding Effort" in the ancient language of the eastern continent. It is this characteristic that still defines the Jin people, who make up most of the world's most celebrated people.

Jin warriors may look fairly ordinary, and are certainly smaller than their Gon counterparts, but beneath a somewhat plain exterior lays incredible strength and tenacity, typical of the heirs of the Black Tortoise. Their versatility and never-say-die attitude gives Jin warriors a reputation that few would risk testing in the battlefield.

Jin people are often friendly and considerate with a strong notion of right and wrong. Their warriors are often found traveling the continents, helping the needy by working selflessly wherever they were needed.

As with all races, there is no stat benefit or perk to choosing Jin.

Available Classes[edit | edit source]

The Jin can choose from these 5 classes:

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • In early Korean beta tests, Force Master was available as a class to Jins. This was later removed for the official release, and Jin cannot be FMs in any version of Blade & Soul currently available.

Media[edit | edit source]

Screenshots[edit | edit source]


Races
Gon icon.pngGonJin icon.pngJinLyn icon.pngLynYun icon.pngYun