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Flintlock (魔砲士, Mahōshi?, lit. Magic Gunman) is a recurring job in the Final Fantasy series.

Appearances[]

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift[]

Flintlock is a job usable by moogles only. They can attack enemies from far away. Flintlocks use magic cannons which have a wide range, and are primarily used for support abilities such as Cure Cannon, which heals the unit as well as removes any status effects. However, they are also capable of offensive abilities such as Ether Boost.

Final Fantasy Tactics S[]

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Crystal Defenders[]

Flintlocks use their mighty firearms to deal sizeable magickal damage to single targets. However, reloading consumes much time.

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Crystal Defenders: Vanguard Storm[]

Flintlocks use their magick-infused firearms to both land and air target located diagonally from them.

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Final Fantasy Trading Card Game[]

Flintlock appears in Final Fantasy Trading Card Game as Water-elemental Backup cards.

Non-Final Fantasy Appearances[]

Puzzle & Dragons[]

The Flintlock appears as part of the Crystal Defenders collaboration.

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Etymology[]

Flintlock is the general term for any firearm based on the flintlock mechanism. The term may also apply to the mechanism itself. Introduced at the beginning of the 17th century, the flintlock rapidly replaced earlier firearm-ignition technologies, such as the doglock, matchlock, and wheellock mechanisms.

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