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The following is a list of available jobs from Final Fantasy All the Bravest.
Jobs[edit | edit source]
|Warrior||Final Fantasy||Lv 1||Attack||This novice swordsman, for whom all roads lead to war, is a fighter, not a lover.|
|Knight||Final Fantasy||Lv 12||Critical||The massive sword of this seasoned warrior proves that size does indeed matter.|
|Monk||Final Fantasy||Lv 8||Iron Fist||These ascetic pugilists seek no more in life than to pound their enemies to bloody pulps.|
|Thief||Final Fantasy||Lv 10||Back Attack||Great speed is good not only for dispatching foes, but also for stealing the hearts of the ladies.|
|Ninja||Final Fantasy||Lv 30||Shuriken||These masters of stealth and shadow tend to throw pointy things whenever fighting starts.|
|Devout||Final Fantasy III||Lv 50||Holy||Only those most learned in the ways of white magic dare don the cat-eared robe.|
|Magus||Final Fantasy III||Lv 53||Flare||These mages reveal little of themselves as possible to maintain their dark, brooding image.|
|Sage||Final Fantasy III||Lv 56||Meteor||Even these grandmasters of all magic are spent after casting their beloved Meteor spell.|
|Viking||Final Fantasy III||Lv 47||Thwack||Vikings who happen to find themselves in the Underworld are often mistaken for dwarves.|
|Dragoon||Final Fantasy III||Lv 33||Jump||Many feel that these knights posing as dragons should simply be dubbed lunatics.|
|Ranger||Final Fantasy III||Lv 2||Sharpshot||Sadly, this lone hunter and bowman has many animal companions, but very few actual friends.|
|Bard||Final Fantasy III||Lv 62||Requiem||Listen carefully to the lyrics. Despite their lovely voices, bards often sing quite hateful things.|
|Onion Knight||Final Fantasy III||Lv 70||Attack||This legendary amateur knight certainly looks the part, but lacks the skills.|
|Mystic Knight||Final Fantasy V||Lv 20||Firaga Sword||A cape, turban, and spell-imbued blade are the telltale signs of this swordmage.|
|White Mage||Final Fantasy V||Lv 3||Diaja||Weary of healing, this champion of divinity has forsaken cures, and here knows only to strike.|
|Black Mage||Final Fantasy V||Lv 5||Thundaga||Black magic is destructive power in its purest form. Some mages just want to watch the world burn.|
|Red Mage||Final Fantasy V||Lv 36||Dualcast||When red mages chainspell opposing elements, enemies have a tough time staying alive.|
|Blue Mage||Final Fantasy V||Lv 14||Missile||Casting Bad Breath causes prolonged nausea, but such is the blue mage’s dedication.|
|Time Mage||Final Fantasy V||Lv 40||Comet||These mages manipulate the flow of time to maintain their youthful good looks and exuberance.|
|Geomancer||Final Fantasy V||Lv 17||Branch Spear||The geomancer can summon the powers of nature, but not always control them.|
|Summoner||Final Fantasy V||Lv 75||Megaflare||Bonding with otherworldly creatures requires both ample magic and an open heart.|
|Berserker||Final Fantasy V||Lv 45||Rage||Oddly, this maniacal axe-wielding force of nature enjoys cosplaying as a wolf.|
|Samurai||Final Fantasy V||Lv 28||Iainuki||Though very proud of their tradition, samurai nowadays tend to drop the thees and thous.|
|Beastmaster||Final Fantasy V||Lv 24||Bomb||What surer path to victory than to send a bomb to go blow itself up in the vicinity of an enemy?|
|Dancer||Final Fantasy V||Lv 65||Blade Dance||These wild and free souls are ever seeking limber partners with whom to dance and gyrate.|
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