Another of the four heroes in the Final Fantasy III remake, Arc often appears alongside the other three Warriors of Light from the game in other series works from Square Enix. The following is a list of Arc's other notable appearances since his introduction to the series.
Series appearances[edit | edit source]
Another orphan raised by Topapa. His studies endow him with great knowledge that more than makes up for his shyness. His kindness and thoughtfulness make him well suited as a Warrior of Light.
Arc is an ally and a summonable Legend in Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade. He is depicted in his Final Fantasy III default outfit. His abilities are Advance, Fira, Blizzara, Hellfire, Heaven's Rage and Kill. His EX ability is Blizzaga.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
Arc appears in several character cards.
Arc is a playable character in Final Fantasy Record Keeper. He is automatically recruited in Tower of Owen on Classic in the storyline of Final Fantasy III as the First Time Reward.
Arc appears as a vision obtainable through summoning. His job is Black Wizard. His trust mastery reward is Omnirod. He possesses the special abilities MP +20%, MAG +20% and Dual Black Magic. He possesses the magics Blizzard, Thunder, Fire, Blizzara, Thundara, Fira, Osmose, Blizzaga, Thundaga, Firaga and Death. His limit burst is Kind Heart.
No. 320: A young boy hailing from another world where tales are passed down of the Crystals and the Warriors of Light. Like Luneth, Arc is an orphan raised by Elder Topapa in the village of Ur. Very mature for his age, he would rather spend his time reading books instead of playing outside. This leads other children in the village to bully him and call him a coward, which prompts him to head for the neighboring village of Kazus alone to fight off the ghosts apparently haunting it in order to prove them wrong.No. 321: A young boy hailing from another world where tales are passed down of the Crystals and the Warriors of Light. Arc set off on a journey as one of the chosen Warriors of Light to save the world with his childhood friend Luneth, the blacksmith's adopted daughter Refia, and Castle Sasune's soldier Ingus. They faced many trials and tribulations during their adventures, but Arc, who had gained so much knowledge from the books he loved to read, is said to have never failed in presenting a solution to all the problems they encountered time and time again.No. 322: A young boy hailing from another world where tales are passed down of the Crystals and the Warriors of Light. Arc set off on a journey as one of the chosen Warriors of Light to save the world along with his friends. Though an avid book reader and a gentle soul, his low self-esteem always made him feel wanting. When he and his friends visited Saronia as part of their journey, they met the exiled Prince Alus, whom Arc helped to gain confidence. This, of course, changed Arc himself as well, helping him grow into the person he was meant to be.
Entries for different versions of Arc.
Arc appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Wind-elemental Backup and Forward cards.
Several other cards show Arc in different jobs, however, these are not considered Arc cards.
Arc appears on several cards in the version available via Final Fantasy Portal App.
Guest appearances[edit | edit source]
To date, Arc has not made any key guest appearances in other Square Enix games.
Allusions in other media[edit | edit source]