Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah: History, Stats and Classes

In Xenoblade Chronicles, 3 Noah is the first character we are introduced to. We see the war between Keves and Agnus as well as Aionios himself through his eyes. Although he is by no means the only protagonist of the story, he has a special place in the game’s narrative.

In Xenoblade Chronicles 3we are entitled to a step up JRPG storytelling, thanks, in large part, to Noah’s characterization. Already a hit nintendo switchNoah is in many ways the heart of the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Character List. Unlike most JRPG protagonists, Noah is surprisingly moving and thoughtful. He is driven but also serves as the calm center of the main party, keeping his allies focused and helping them overcome their personal divisions.

In this guide, you’ll learn all about his personality, stats, and class affinities within The battles of Xenoblade Chronicles 3. Although he starts out as a Swordfighter, a number of class options become available to Noah as he progresses through the story, and some are better than others. Here’s your spoiler-free guide to who Noah is and how to get the most out of him.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah Guide

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah: Personality

Xenoblade tells Noah with an off-seer flute

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Very early in the story, we learn that Noah is an Off-Seer; a ritualist in charge of laying dead soldiers to rest. While a flute isn’t the tool one would expect a JRPG protagonist to wield, the musical instrument fits perfectly with Noah’s more soulful and melancholy demeanor.

Unlike his foil Lanz, Noah isn’t particularly invested in the Keves-Agnus war. He sees conflict as a necessity, but never likes having to kill and hurt others to survive. However, beneath his calm exterior, he has a warm heart. Besides being very protective of his friends, Noah always does his best to protect innocent life, no matter where it comes from.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah: Stats

Xenoblade chronicles the noah class menu

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In Xenoblade Chronicles 3, each character has certain stats that they inherently boost. This means that some characters are more predisposed to certain classes than others (more on that later).

Noah is particularly gifted when it comes to attack power while also boasting powerful HP. Its dexterity and agility are respectable while its healing power is average. This means it outperforms attack-focused attacker roles, as well as more hard-hitting defender classes. As you’d expect, he’s ill-suited to healer roles but is still one of the most versatile members of the party.

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Noah: Class Affinities

Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Character Guide: Noah with his hand on his sword

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To save you time and hassle, we’ve compiled all of Noah’s class affinities. There are many classes in Xenoblade Chronicles 3, but these are the ones you need to give him for him to excel.

Ranging from “S” (being the best) to “D” (being the worst), these affinities indicate Noah’s effectiveness in performing certain roles on the battlefield. As expected, Noah is best used as a Swordfighter, Flash Fencer, Guardian Commander, or Stalker.

  • Swordsman – S
  • Guardian Commander – S
  • Fencer Flash – S
  • Stalker – S
  • Zephyr – A
  • Machine Assassin–A
  • Yumsmith–A
  • Martial Artist – A
  • Strategos – B
  • Medic Gunner – B
  • Heavy Guard B
  • Jaguar Full Metal – B
  • Lost Vanguard – B
  • War Medic – C
  • Solitary Exile – C
  • Tactician – C
  • Solitary Exile – C
  • Troubadour – C
  • Soulhacker – C
  • Ogre-D
  • Thaumaturge – D
  • Incursor – D
  • Meaning – D
  • Seraph – D

Now you know exactly who Noah is, what he looks like, and how to best use him on the battlefield. Be aware of class affinities and Noah will serve you well on your travels through Aionios.

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