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Class
Alternate Name(s) Grade
Level
Appears Monster Rancher 1

Class (originally called Grade and later called Level) is an overall measure of how your monster is advancing in its training; think of it as moving through grades in school. Once your monster is strong enough to be considered in a higher class, it will move up. Do not confuse Class with Rank; the first refers to the monster's progress while the second refers to the breeder's progress.

Your Class starts over again every time you raise a new monster, and if you're raising several at once, they may all be in different Classes simultaneously.

Monster Rancher 1 through Monster Rancher Advance 2

The class system for the first four games and the two Advance games (In Monster Rancher Advance, there is no "E" class) are as follows:

Class E (Beginner)

Class D (Primary) = Beat Official E Tourney

Class C (Rookie) = Beat Official D Tourney

Class B (Average) = Beat Official C Tourney

Class A (Above-Average) = Beat Official B Tourney

Class S (Exceptional) = Beat Official A Tourney

MASTER Class (Legendary) = Beat Official S Tourney

In these games, you rise up in Class according to how many Monster Association Official Tourneys you win. These specific Monster Battles are held every few months and are meant to assess whether or not your monster is ready to move up in Class. When you do move up, the Association will send you a notice in the mail.

Monster Rancher EVO

Monster Farm DS & Monster Rancher DS

In these games, your Class and Rank both run on the same letter scale but your Breeder Rank does not start over again every time you raise a new monster. It is as follows:

Class E (Beginner) = Beat Rookie Cup Class D (Primary) = Beat Official E Tourney

Class C (Rookie) = Beat Official D Tourney

Class B (Average) = Beat Official C Tourney

Class A (Above-Average) = Beat Official B Tourney

Class S (Experienced) = Beat Official A Tourney

Class SS (Exceptional) = Beat Official S Tourney

MASTER Class (Legendary) = Beat all four Major-4 battles

Monster Farm Online & Monster Farm Lagoon

These games replace Class with something similar called Level. Level allows you to see a monster's overall potential at a glance. Level can be any number from 1-100.

My Monster Rancher

In this game the Class system is completely redone again. It is as follows:

G-1, G-2 (Beginner)

F-1, F-2, F-3 (Primary)

E-1, E-2, E-3 (In-Training)

D-1, D-2, D-3 (Rookie)

C-1, C-2, C-3 (Average)

B-1, B-2, B-3 (Above-Average)

A-1, A-2, A-3 (Experienced)

S-1, S-2, S-3 (Exceptional)

SS (Legendary)

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