Please others with love, please your heart with song.Dissidia Final Fantasy, Bard Lore
- 1 Profile
- 2 Appearances
- 2.1 Final Fantasy III
- 2.2 Final Fantasy IV
- 2.3 Final Fantasy V
- 2.4 Final Fantasy X-2
- 2.5 Final Fantasy XI
- 2.6 Final Fantasy XIV
- 2.7 Final Fantasy Type-0
- 2.8 Final Fantasy Tactics
- 2.9 Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift
- 2.10 Final Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of Light
- 2.11 Final Fantasy Dimensions
- 2.12 Final Fantasy Dimensions II
- 2.13 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
- 2.14 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 2.15 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 2.16 Final Fantasy Artniks
- 2.17 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
- 2.18 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 2.19 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 2.20 Mobius Final Fantasy
- 2.21 Final Fantasy Trading Card Game
- 2.22 Triple Triad
- 3 Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
- 4 Gallery
- 5 Etymology
Bards are characterized as wearing lightweight tunics and feathered hats. The Bard's signature weapon is the harp, but they are often able to equip other types of instruments, especially in more recent games. Their ability is Sing, which allows them to sing and play songs that have various effects. The songs usually boost the Bard's party in battle, but some songs target enemies instead. Another ability attributed to the Bard is Hide, which allows the Bard to hide in battle.
When hidden, a Bard cannot perform actions, but is invincible. In some games, such as Final Fantasy Tactics, only males can be Bards—females become Dancers. In the majority of games, however, either sex can be a Bard. Bards often oppose Dancers in utility: Bards focusing on supporting the party and providing beneficial status effects on them, while Dancers focus on supporting the party by inflicting negative status effects on the enemies.
Edward is a bard, using Bardsong to produce various effects to assist the party. The player can pick its targets. The command can either inflict a status ailment on target enemies or grants a positive status/healing on the party.
The Fire Crystal leaves behind a job that grants the Bard class, but it cannot be obtained until further on from a chocobo. The Bard uses songs for various effects in battle. Most of the songs are learned from talking to people in different towns. If the player has played all the pianos, the bard can learn the last song.
The Songstress dressphere is acquired in Chapter 1 and plays an important role in the storyline. The Songstress's Sing abilities grant special effects to the party, while Dance will hinder the enemies.
The Bard is a job obtained by a character upon reaching level 30. It uses its songs to boost the party's effectiveness in battle. In every district of city and town is at least one bard NPC who, for 10 gil, will allow the player to re-watch past cutscenes. There is another Bard NPC that will change the player's title to one they previously had. The alter egos of Ulmia and Joachim are bards.
Bard was added in patch 1.21 to be a job specialty for the Archer class. It gets extended Archer abilities and is able to perform songs to offer a range of different status improvements for the party.
The Bard job is exclusive to male units, obtained by training a male unit in magical job classes.
The Bard is a job used for basic buffing. The Musician job is a similar job that focuses on getting the most out of the party in the form of stat boosts.
Eduardo is a Bard. Bard also appears as a job class available only to the Light Warriors.
The Bard is a job card in Labyrinth mode, reviving any fallen party members.
The Bard appears as a character card.
Listen carefully to the lyrics. Despite their lovely voices, bards often sing quite hateful things.Description
The Bard is a character available to the party, he uses the Requiem ability during battle. He unlocks at level 62.
A performer capable of bolstering allies with song. The enhancing effects of the bard's music on the party more than make up for his weakness in individual combat.Description
Bard appears as a recruitable character. He is unlocked in South Figaro Cave on Classic in Final Fantasy VI storyline as the First Time Reward.
The Bard job is unlocked in the 3★ quest Aptitude Exam: Ninja and Bard Quest. The Bard uses recovery and support magic, and uses the sing ability to support allies in fights. It boasts high spirit, focus, mobility, luck and load, making it a versatile buffer/healer.
The Bard job appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as multiple Backup cards, but also as a few Forward cards. Most of the cards are Ice-elemental, but Fire-elemental cards are also present. The cards depict Arc, Luneth, Ingus, and Refia from Final Fantasy III, Faris from Final Fantasy V, a Hume and an Elvaan from Final Fantasy XI, an Elezen from Final Fantasy XIV, and the job from Final Fantasy Explorers and Final Fantasy Tactics.
The Bard class featuring Ingus from Final Fantasy III appears on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App.
Non-Final Fantasy guest appearances
The Performers have fairly balanced stats with their Intelligence and Agility being slightly better, and their Strength and Vitality being slightly poorer. They are focused on bestowing buffs, with them having better stats overall. Performers excel in using rods, staves, and daggers, but aren't skilled in offense. Its skillset is Singing.
The Performer is an asterisk obtained after defeating Praline à la Mode. Performer is a support job, raising the stats and BP of allies with their Singing abilities. With their innate ability Power Up, their own stats are rising each turn, helping to make them useful outside of their songs.
The Bard appears on a silver card.
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