**Calculator**

**Job
Requirements: Priest lv. 4, Wizard lv. 4, Time Mage lv. 3,**

**Oracle lv. 3**

**Weapons:
Stick, dictionary**

**Armor: Hat,
clothes, robe**

**MP SPD R JP
EFFECT**

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**ACTION
ABILITIES: MATH SKILL**

**CT 250 Base
equations on CT**

**Level 350
Base equations on level**

**Exp 200 Base
equations on EXP**

**Height * 250
Base equations on height**

**Prime Number
* 300 Selects by prime number**

**5 200
Selects by multiple of 5**

**4 * 400
Selects by multiple of 4**

**3 * 600
Selects by multiple of 3**

**REACTION
ABILITIES**

**Distribute
200 Give extra HP from heals to party**

**Damage Split
* 300 Enemy takes half damage**

**SUPPORT
ABILITIES**

**Gained Exp
UP * 350 Receive more EXP**

**MOVEMENT
ABILITIES**

**Move-Get Exp
400 Earn EXP as you move**

**Move-Get JP
360 Earn JP as you move**

**JP to
master: 4510**

**Evaluation:
Calculators are potentially very powerful,**

**but they
require a lot of time to build up. First**

**of all, you
need a lot of spells from the lower**

**magic-using
jobs, then you have to learn all the**

**Math Skill
abilities to make them truly useful. The**

**problem is
that Calculators are really pokey (give**

**them an
accessory that boosts their speed) and have**

**a low magic
strength. To remedy the latter problem,**

**change the
Calculator into a Wizard after you've**

**learned all
their abilities and set their second**

**action
ability to Math Skill. In this highly-evolved**

**form, they
can toast enemies around the battlefield**

**or heal your
whole party, without even having to charge**

**or use MP!
In other words, Calculators are great if**

**you want to
spend the time to build them up, but you**

**don't need
them to beat the game.**

**Prime
Numbers**

**2 3 5 7 11
13 17**

**19 23 29 31
37 41 43**

**47 53 59 61
67 71 73**

**79 83 89 97**