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Classes or Origins in Bloodborne are somewhat different from previous Souls games. Instead of the traditional Classes, the character creator provides an "Origin" section, where you choose an origin with a short back-story and starting stats, and some Blood Echoes to go along with it.

 

Classes & Origins Comparison Chart

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All Origins in Bloodborne

There are a total of 9 possible starting classes / origins in Bloodborne. They are listed below, alongside with their Stat allocations and some player notes on their prospective uses.

Milquetoast

"Ordinary, happy upbringing. All attributes average."

Overall points: 60

 

Lone Survivor

"Lone survivor of a lost hamlet. High life essence and vigor."

Overall points: 60

The "Lone Survivor" origin is designed as an template for tankier characters, capable of taking multiple hits in combat. It is similar to the "Knight" class in Dark Souls.

Troubled Childhood

"Suffered misfortune in youth. Highly resilient as a result."

Overall points: 60

The "Troubled Childhood" origin is designed as an template for characters capable of long strings of attacks without running low on Stamina.

 

Violent Past

"Terribly violent past. Rash, but stronger for it."

Overall points: 60

The "Violent past" origin is designed as an template for characters who wield large, powerful weapons. It is similar to the "Bandit" class in Dark Souls.

Professional

"Born specialist, fit for sleuthing or academia."

Overall points: 60

The "Professional" origin is designed as an template for characters who wield small, swift weapons. It is similar to the "Wanderer" class in Dark Souls.

Military Veteran

"Experienced in war. A soldier with strength and skill."

Overall points: 60

 The "Military Veteran" origin is designed as a template for players who want to specialize in wielding larger, hard-hitting weapons and small, swift weapons. It is similar to the "Warrior" class from Dark Souls.

 

Noble Scion

"Scion to a respectable line with faith in your pedigree."

Overall points: 60

The "Noble Scion" origin is designed as an template for characters with an advantage in swift weapons and firearms.

Cruel Fate

"Faced terrible hardships, but now confident in your purpose."

Overall points: 60

The "Cruel Fate" origin is designed as an template for characters desiring to take full advantage of arcane attacks.

Waste of Skin

"You are nothing. Talentless. You shouldn't have been born."

Overall points: 54

The "Waste of Skin" origin is designed as a blank slate with low stats, for the player to form into whatever character they wish. it is similar to the "Deprived" class for Dark Souls.

 

 

Bloodborne Alpha Classes


In the Bloodborne Alpha, characters had different starting loadouts for the player, each with their own unique weapon and apparel. The following image is from the Alpha and shows the 4 premade weapon combinations a player could choose from:

Standard Hunter


Saw Cleaver + Blunderbuss

Heavy Hunter


Hunter's Axe + Pistol

Sword & Heavy Attack Hunter


Kirkhammer + Blunderbuss

Agile Hunter


Warped Twinblades + Pistol

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    • Anonymous

      08 May 2018 17:37  

      So i am new to bloodborne from darksouls. Im unsure of a few things. My first charactor i was thinking would be strenght skill and arcaine. Any suggestions for startinging class and stat allocation?

      • Anonymous

        25 Jan 2018 14:34  

        Does the origin change hunter's attributes scales? I mean, if I play as milquetoast or lone survivor, my vitality raises differently or each new level earned brings the same amount of hp?

        • Anonymous

          05 Apr 2017 12:21  

          waste of skin math is wrong and it also starts with 10 skill, total points are 64 giving it 10 more points overall at level 10 making it the most viable starter choice

          • Anonymous

            At how many wasted levels should I just reroll?07 Aug 2016 02:33  

            I've been rocking a skl/arc build and just finished NG, currently level 108, but I had put 5 points into str (raising it to 15) so I could use the tonitrus (and I like round numbers, which is why it isn't 12). I'm starting to really miss my threaded cane, though, and was thinking about going back to it, but with threaded cane and BoM, those level in str do pretty much nothing, and was wondering if that was glaring enough that I should reroll. Or should I just level to 125 instead of 120?

            • Anonymous

              Alpha Classes?05 Jul 2016 14:53  

              were the alpha classes removed in a patch or did i just miss something during character creation?

              • Anonymous

                Character creation bugged?05 Jul 2016 14:53  

                I created a Michael Jackson character but I don't see any option to make him white? I'm halfway through the game so I assume I just haven't found the correct item yet, but this seems to be a major oversight in the games' design.

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