- 1 Series appearances
- 1.1 Final Fantasy IV: The After Years
- 1.2 Final Fantasy: Legend of the Crystals
- 1.3 Final Fantasy VIII
- 1.4 Final Fantasy XIV
- 1.5 Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)
- 1.6 Theatrhythm Final Fantasy
- 1.7 Pictlogica Final Fantasy
- 1.8 Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade
- 1.9 Final Fantasy Artniks
- 1.10 Final Fantasy All the Bravest
- 1.11 Final Fantasy Record Keeper
- 1.12 Final Fantasy Explorers
- 1.13 Final Fantasy World Wide Words
- 1.14 Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
- 1.15 World of Final Fantasy
- 1.16 Final Fantasy Trading Card Game
- 1.17 Triple Triad
- 2 Guest appearances
- 3 References
Series appearances[edit | edit source]
Bartz is not seen, but Gilgamesh mentions his name after his defeat, and the party ponders who or what is Bartz.
Two it occurs two hundred years after the party saved Planet R from Exdeath, Bartz (along with Lenna, Galuf, Krile, Faris, Cid, and Mid) appears at the end. One of the OVA's protagonists, Linaly, is said to be Bartz's descendant.
In the Japanese version, Gilgamesh's line, "Huh? Was it you...?" when he appears is "「ん？ オマエなのか・・・・？ バ・・・・？」" ("Huh? Was it you...? Ba...?"). The "Ba...?" in the end could mean he was talking about Bartz (バッツ, Battsu?), though he does not appear in the game. It is possible that Gilgamesh, at first glance, thought Squall Leonhart was Bartz due to their somewhat similar appearances.
Bartz appears as a legendary (5★) Triple Triad card.
|Bartz Klauser Card|
|Obtain||Random drop from the trial "Battle in the Big Keep".|
Dissidia Final Fantasy (2008)[edit | edit source]
As a roaming adventurer traveling with Zidane, the two compete over finding a Crystal, but Bartz is captured and spends much of his storyline spying on Chaos's forces as he attempts to find his way back to Zidane. Bartz is pursued by his nemesis Exdeath, who acts with Kuja to trick him into endangering Zidane.
His alternate outfit is based on his conceptual artwork by Yoshitaka Amano, giving him white hair and a black, red and white outfit.
Bartz is confronted by Gilgamesh who has wandered into World B by chance while traveling between worlds. Wishing to have their promised rematch Gilgamesh does not realize Bartz cannot remember him, but Bartz accepts the challenge anyway.
Bartz emerges victorious, and Gilgamesh fades back into the Void. Bartz later accompanies Zidane and Squall to meet with Kuja, who is planning to betray Chaos, but the three are forced to fight him when Kuja is caught by the other Warriors of Chaos and attacks the three to save face. Bartz is incapacitated by Kain as part of the latter's plan to save his comrades from the manikins.
Bartz's third outfit is based on his Freelancer appearance, giving him a plain blue tunic with white leggings and sleeves and green boots. As a bonus downloadable fourth outfit, Bartz takes on his Dancer appearance, wearing black pants with a green sash and a red shirt opened down the front to expose his chest.
Bartz is a playable character and a representative of Final Fantasy V. His moveset is again revamped but instead of mimicking the other warriors he has a new moveset with a new set of weapons and original moves.
He is classed as a Specialist-type character, and his play style revolves around mastering a job that he uses to increase proficiency; once an attack is "Mastered", he gets a temporary buff that affects the job attack he used. By mastering all job attacks, he gets a variety of buffs.
His EX Skill, Good-Luck Charm, enhances the attack potency, defense, and movement speed for each mastered job, and make remaining jobs easier to master.
Bartz appears as a playable character. He can be obtained in Chapter 3 and joins the side of Materia in the cutscene "From Dimensions Beyond". He can equip Sword-type weapons. His ablity "Doublehand" allows him to be Masters when used three times increasing his BRV damage, whereas "Magic Missile" lowers target’s current BRV by 1/4 with an added follow up 1-hit Melee attack.
Since he was a child, Bartz has traveled the world with his father. Even after Dorgann's premature death, Bartz continues the journey with his faithful chocobo Boko to fulfill his father's dying wish. Upon saving a princess from being attacked by monsters on his travels, he is pulled into the battle of the crystals and throws himself into the struggle for peace.
Bartz appears as a default playable character, based on his Dissidia Final Fantasy appearance. Being among the faster characters, Bartz abilities prioritize on stamina and field stages. His Limit is weaker to due to his lower Strength, but can be boosted utilizing Earth Blues, which increases his Luck in battle stages. Overall, he's a good character for both music sequences.
Bartz is a default playable character. If the player did not select him among their party of four, he can later be unlocked by collecting Red Crystal Shards.
Bartz loses several treasure boosting skills in favor of increasing the parties luck and stamina in field stages. The player can choose to boost his already solid agility, focus on restoring the team's HP, or place emphasis on supporting the Chocobo during Feature Drive. A downside is that his limit is weakened due to losing out on his ability to boost his own Luck, but otherwise, Bartz is a jack-off-all-trades hero in Field Music Sequences.
Bartz is one of the 28 default playable characters. His Limit, Master Mime, deals damage to boss-type enemies in direct proportion to Strength and Magic.
Bartz appears as a playable character.
A young man with a strong sense of justice, rough around the edges but unable to ignore someone in distress. He travels the world to honor his father's dying wish.
Bartz is an ally and a summonable Legend. He is depicted in his default Final Fantasy V and default Dissidia outfits.
- Ability Cards
- Legend Cards
On the advice of his late father, this piano-playing youth now wanders the world.
Bartz is an exclusive character available from the Premium Character Shop as a random downloadable content. He uses the Master Mime ability during battle.
Bartz is a playable character who could be recruited during the Challenge Event Big Bridge Showdown as the First Time Reward for completing the event's stage Ronka Ruins - Interior on Classic difficulty. He has also appeared in Successors of the Dawn.
Bartz appears as a summonable vision and optional playable character. A 3-6★ Rare Summon, his job is listed as Adventurer, and his role is Physical Damage, although he has some Support abilities as well. He originally could awaken only up to 5★, but received a new form for the Final Fantasy V event The Big Bridge. His Trust Master reward is the passive ability Doublehand, which increases the equipped unit's equipment ATK by 50% and acuracy +25% when single wielding a one-handed weapon.
Bartz is a summonable champion.
He plays a fairly large role in the story. Throughout the game, he travels steadfastly with his chocobo companion, Boko. The party first encounters him on the Big Bridge, where Gilgamesh has been searching for him. The two encounter each other at various points throughout the game. Bartz and Boko also spend some time working together with Chocolatte.
- Who's Who
- CV: Jason Spisak / Soichiro Hoshi
- Age in Grymoire: 20
- Notes: Travels with a chocobo / Believes helping strangers is just what you do / Tied by fate to someone not-so-great
- Road Warrior
- Wherever the wind blows, there you will find Bartz and his constant companion, Boko. Sometimes treasure hunter, sometimes monster hunter, sometimes champion of justice—whatever Bartz is up to today, you know it'll be for the good of those in need. No matter how difficult the challenge, he'll solve it with style and aplomb before disappearing into the sunset.
- Bartz's quest to explore the world isn't mere fancy, but rather the dying wish of his father.
- Nothing can contain Bartz's boundless enthusiasm and thirst for adventure. With a sack over his shoulder and a song in his heart, he travels from place to place, a smile on his lips as he faces even the most hopeless of situations. He can even match the ever-exuberant Rikku's excitement levels, and that's no easy feat.
- Perhaps Bartz has doubts and worries like anyone else, and never lets them show. Or...maybe he really is just that carefree. But once Bartz decides to involve himself in something, he'll see it through to the end. "Never give up" is his motto, and he never has.
- Gilgamesh and I
- Bartz has a stalker he just can't shake, and that stalker's name is Gilgamesh. The Bartz here in Grymoire hasn't the slightest inkling why, but back in their world of origin, they have quite the history.
- Although Gilgamesh is extremely irritating, he's not really a villain. In fact, a man who sticks by his creed that doggedly deserves some admiration. Of course, if you asked Bartz if he liked the guy, he'd probably just smile and say, "Absolutely can't stand him!" But here in Grymoire, Bartz and Gilgamesh could end up making a pretty good team.
- First World of Origin:
- FINAL FANTASY V
Bartz appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as multiple Wind-elemental Forward cards and a single Light-elemental Forward card. His Manikin, Fallacious Wanderer, also appears represented by a card.
Several other cards show Bartz in different jobs, however, these are not considered Bartz cards.
Bartz appears as an opponent and on Triple Triad cards in the version available via the Final Fantasy Portal App. On Easy he uses the rule Three Open. On Normal he uses Same and Plus. On Hard he uses All Open, Same, Plus and Chaos, and the rare five star cards of himself can be won from him. He uses the trading rule One.
Guest appearances[edit | edit source]
Bartz appeared as part of the Final Fantasy collaboration. It event that started on March 21, 2016.
He was obtainable as a 5★ ranked unit named "Bartz" (バッツ, Battsu?), with a balanced type and a wood element. In his standard evolution, he becomes a 6★ ranked unit named "Adventurous Wind, Bartz" (探求の風・バッツ, Tankyū no Kaze Battsu?), with a balanced type and wood and light elements. In his ultimate evolution, he becomes an 7★ ranked unit named "Pixel Bartz" (ドット・バッツ, Dotto Battsu?), with a balanced type and a wood element. His enhance material was obtainable as a 5★ ranked unit named "Bartz's Brave Blade" (バッツのブレイブブレイド, Battsu no Bureibubureido?), with a wood element. It was obtained as a potential reward for defeating Gilgamesh.
As a 5★ ranked unit, Bartz wears his standard outfit and wields his Brave Blade while emitting a wind-like flurry and being surrounded by small blue crystals. His active skill is "It's just a trick I learned from my dad" and his leader skill is "Spellblade -Dual Wield-". After being evolved to his standard evolution as a 6★ ranked unit, he dons a red cape and emits a flurry of light while being accompanied by a giant blue crystal and Boko, his chocobo. His active skill is "It's just a trick I learned from my dad" and his leader skill is "Spellblade -Dual Wield- Rapid Fire". In his ultimate evolution as a 7★ ranked unit, Pixel Bartz appears as an animated sprite version of his initial appearance. His active skill is "The wind is calling." and his leader skill is "Good Luck Charm". As a 5★ ranked unit, his enhance material appears as its standard incarnation, a red sword emitting an aura of wind. Its active skill is "It's just a trick I learned from my dad".
Bartz appears as part of the Final Fantasy collaboration.
Yo-kai Watch: Wibble Wobble[edit | edit source]
Bartz appears in the Dissidia Final Fantasy collaboration event as a Rank SS Yo-kai of the Mysterious Tribe.